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Forsyth Park picture in Savannah

The Forsyth Park Fountain is one of the most-visited attractions in Savannah. Duane Miller Getty Images

Savannah Cityscape picture in Savannah

Thanks to its charming atmosphere and cozy bed-and-breakfasts, Savannah is often regarded as one of America's top romantic getaways Sean Pavone Getty Images

Tybee Island Lighthouse picture in Savannah

After touring the Fort Pulaski National Monument, some recommend you head to this nearby lighthouse. Jung\x2DPang Wu Getty Images

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist picture in Savannah

This towering cathedral in Lafayette Square is known for its gold leaf designs, Italian marble altar and stunning stained glass windows. Dominik \x22Dome\x22 Flickr

Savannah Azaleas picture in Savannah

March signals two things in Savannah: the beginning of the heavy tourist season, and beautiful blooming azaleas. To catch them in full bloom, plan your visit for the middle or end of March. You'll spot them all over the city, especially in Bonaventure Cemetery. landbysea Getty Images

Juliette Gordon Low's Birthplace picture in Savannah

Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts, was born in this historic home. You can tour the home, but be sure to make a reservation. Billy Hathorn Wikimedia Commons

Savannah City Market picture in Savannah

This waterfront market is full of independently owned galleries, quirky shops and outdoor cafes. Alan Tobey Getty Images

Telfair Academy picture in Savannah

The Telfair Academy, along with the Owens-Thomas House, and the Jepson Center for the Arts comprise the oldest public art museum in the South. Dizzy Girl Flickr

Bonaventure Cemetery picture in Savannah

Keep your eyes peeled for the ornate tombstones of poet Conrad Aiken and songwriter Johnny Mercer in this hauntingly beautiful cemetery. JZHunt Getty Images

Mercer-Williams House Museum picture in Savannah

This house and museum is featured prominently in John Berendt's famous nonfiction book, "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Marje Cannon Getty Images

Inside the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist picture in Savannah

The cathedral's impressive organ pipes (located in the balcony) are among the many features travelers marvel at when touring this historic church in Savannah.  Jacqueline Poggi Flickr

Fort Pulaski National Monument picture in Savannah

Named for Revolutionary War hero Casimir Pulaski, it was here that General Robert E. Lee was first assigned after graduating from West Point. Steven Frame Getty Images

St. Patrick's Day in Savannah picture in Savannah

Savannah's St. Patrick's Day celebration has been going on for nearly 200 years. It's also the beginning of the city's busy event calendar. If you're hoping to join in on the festivities, make your travel arrangements at least six months to a year ahead of the parade. Courtesy Visit Savannah

Fountain in Forsyth Park picture in Savannah

Spread across 30 acres, Forsyth Park is the largest park in the Savannah Historic District. Sean Pavone Getty Images

River Street picture in Savannah

Running alongside the Savannah River in the Waterfront district is River Street, a lively area perfect for afternoon strolls. Courtesy Visit Savannah

Chippewa Square picture in Savannah

Designed in 1815, Chippewa Square borrows its moniker from the Battle of Chippewa in the War of 1812. A bronze statue of the colony's founder, General James Edward Oglethorpe, stands at the center. This is also known as the "Forrest Gump Square" since it's where bus stop scenes from the award-winning movie were filmed. Glowimages Getty Images

Savannah Antiques picture in Savannah

Antique shops can be found on nearly every block of the Historic District. Step inside a few to peruse centuries-old treasures. Courtesy Visit Savannah

Owens-Thomas House picture in Savannah

A shot of the back of the Owens-Thomas House, a 19th-century home that is now a National Historic Landmark for its stately architecture. Jon Seekford Flickr

Wormsloe Historic Site picture in Savannah

Right up there with Forsyth Park and River Street, Wormsloe Historic Site is one of Savannah's can't-miss attractions. brandonhirtphoto Getty Images

Tybee Island picture in Savannah

Just a half hour east of the Historic District, Tybee Island is home to 5 miles of beachfront, the famous Tybee Island Light Station and the Marine Science Center, among other attractions. Courtesy of Visit Savannah

Savannah History Tours picture in Savannah

You won't have any trouble finding a tour that suits your interests, Savannah boasts a bevy of city tours — from architecture to ghosts to photography — for a variety of travelers. Courtesy of Visit Savannah


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