Savannah, Georgia is the quintessential Southern city. It seamlessly folds into its vibrant culture every worthwhile aspect of life from areas all over the Southeastern United States and emerges as the crown jewel.
The Historic Landmark District begins along the southern bank of the Savannah River. Each careful step along cobblestone River Street takes visitors and residents alike, more than 250 years back in time. Place a hand on the relentless masonry of any of the warehouse-style brick buildings, now converted to restaurants and shops, lofts and residences, and the magic of this unique place will capture you.
Up weathered stone steps on bustling Bay Street, the city proper begins. This is a place populated by architectural masterpieces, celebrating Victorian, Antebellum, and Greek revival styles among others. Many times a walk through the city feels more European than Southern American. Under the canopy of monolithic, Spanish moss laden live oaks, 22 squares reserve a significant portion of land, making the city as green as it is constructed and as traditional as it is progressive. With history, events, festivals, and artistic culture not to be missed, Historic Savannah is not just a place to live, but a place to be lived.