Savannah The Coast

Established in 1733, Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia and the location of one of the largest National Historic Landmark districts in the country. This eccentric Southern city beguiles with Old World glamour and romance, culture, and entertainment. Savannah's stunning architecture, 21 historic squares and Low Country landscape make the city a top travel destination.
  • Historic District Mansion

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  • Savannah Garden

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  • Savannah Skyline

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  • Savannah Cotton Exchange

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  • Visit Savannah

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  • The Owens-Thomas House

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  • Savannah's Ironwork

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  • Savannah Trolley Tour

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  • A Savannah Square

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  • Bonaventure Cemetary

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  • The Georgia Queen

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Welcome to Savannah! We're more friendly than formal here in Savannah. Whoever you are, wherever you're from, we'll welcome you with true Southern hospitality, just as we've been welcoming guests since 1733. Hip and historic, robust and refined, Savannah is where you'll find amazing architecture, spooky cemeteries and rich history-along with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. It's where history resonates into the present day, and where memories are still being made. Please come see us soon! Visit Savannah is the destination marketing organization for Savannah and its surrounding areas.

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Visitor Information Center

101 East Bay Street
Savannah, GA 31401

By Car: If you drive, you can get to Savannah via Interstate 95 (North/South) or Interstate 16 (East/West) which is located just 10 minutes from Savannah’s Historic District. By Air: The Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport offers 13 non-stop destinations and boasts approximately 82 daily flights in and out of Savannah. Scheduled airlines include American Eagle, Continental Express, Delta, Delta Connection, United Express and US Airways. By Rail: Savannah is a major stop on Amtrak's Palmetto and Silver Service between New York and Miami. Daily service to and from Savannah is available aboard the Silver Star and Silver Meteor. Passengers can travel coach or, with reservations, first-class in superliner sleeping cars. Sightseeing lounge cars are also available. By Bus: Buses travel around the clock, so visitors can travel to Savannah by day or night from all over the United States, Canada and Mexico. Savannah is a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines.

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Phone: 912-644-6400

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