A Time Traveller’s Guide to Savannah, Georgia

While you’re stuck at home, dreaming of warmer weather, you might want to take a tour of the beautiful town of Savannah, Georgia. Online, that is. Savannah is known for its classic Southern architecture, museums, Spanish moss, antiques, and ghosts. And the people there take hospitality seriously.

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The open container policy is a unique characteristic of the city, meaning it is 100% legal and 100% part of the Savannah experience to sip and savour while wandering the streets of the Historic District (provided you’re drinking from disposable cups). Throughout the historic district, there are hundreds of centuries-old live oak trees which are the true jewels of the city. Visiting in the mid to late fall is quite lovely with cooler temperatures and less humidity. It’s said that Savannah was spared from the destruction of the Civil War because of her beauty. There are numerous secret gardens to discover and wandering the many squares (all 22 of them) can fill an entire day – don’t miss the picturesque Wright Square one of the original four, where the city’s first burial ground lies beneath your feet.

Check out Savannah’s best places to shop, eat, have fun, and learn some history, from a travel pro who’s also a resident at Messy Messy Chic.

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