With Savannah offering endless attractions, it’s easy to miss a few highlights! There are so many exciting things to do in Savannah, and it can be difficult to scale down the list of activities to comply with your schedule. To make your itinerary creation a little easier, we’ve compiled this helpful list of 15 things to do in Savannah! http://blog.visitsavannah.com/tours-adventure/things-to-do-in-savannah-3/
Between milestone birthdays, bachelorette parties, sisterhood reunions and much needed vacations, there are plenty of reasons to gather your gal pals and get out of town! Here are seven ways to have the best girls’ getaway ever in Savannah!
Weekend getaways are supposed to be easy, but when it comes to going on vacation with our dogs, things can get a little more complicated. Knowing the best dog-friendly places to stay, shop, and eat in a new locale can be difficult, so our pal + west elm LOCAL maker Liz Martin from Charleston Weekender did a little research for us on a recent trip to Savannah. Below are Liz’s suggestions for places you and your four-legged friends can enjoy! http://blog.westelm.com/2017/05/19/
In Savannah, there are endless options for satisfying your sweet tooth! If you love sweets as much as we do, head to these Savannah eateries to get a taste of these famous sweet treats. http://blog.visitsavannah.com/food-drink/savannah-desserts/
Memorial Day is a time to remember service men and women who have served our country in the armed forces. Savannah is a thread woven through the history of many wars, and the city is filled with ways to commemorate our heroes. Visit these history-filled places to honor Memorial Day in Savannah. http://blog.visitsavannah.com/history/6-ways-to-honor-memorial-day-in-savannah/
In Savannah, spring presents the perfect opportunity to gather your friends and have a delicious picnic lunch! Sit underneath live oaks and enjoy the sunshine, munch on fresh fruit and sip on Southern sweet tea. Grab a big blanket, your favorite lunch and cute picnic basket and head to one of these Savannah picnic spots! http://blog.visitsavannah.com/outdoor-activities/5-picnic-places-savannah/
Truly Off the Beaten Path. This is the "catch of the day" restaurant that you have been searching for; of course if you travel down the road far enough, you will land at MARKER 107. This low country spot is a great place for seafood, obviously, since they have the fishing boats docked right outside. Definitely not a tourist trap. So if you really want to eat like a Coastal Georgian, take the trip outside of Savannah to Kilkenny (YOU BASTARDS!) and indulge in what ever comes o
I think Jimmy Buffet would feel at home here. G's Pig & Shrimp is the quintessential outdoor beach eating experience. With some of the best damn fried shrimp,fall off the bone ribs and ice cold beer, this spot feels like Margaritaville. Don't be hesitant to stop here because of its shack like decor; You will not be disappointed.Enjoy! http://www.tybeebbq.com/