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Savannah is a city located in Chatham County, Georgia (USA). One of the most beautiful cities in the world and a wonderful place to make your home or vacation destination. Savannah is the beautifully preserved hidden treasure of the Low Country. Savannah is not only a top tourist destination but also an ideal city for business or family. Savannah is home to Hunter Army Airfield and Fort Stewart military bases.

Savannah is known as America's first planned city. Savannah allows you to experience the history, wonder, elegance and mannerisms of the Old South. Savannah is where you'll find amazing architecture, spooky cemeteries and rich history—along with global sophistication, funky nightlife and fabulous food. Savannah is served by Savannah-Hilton Head International Airport, near Interstate 95. Savannah had 24 original squares; 21 are still in existence.

Savannah's architecture and history are internationally known, as is its reputation for Southern charm and hospitality. Savannah definitely has diversity when it comes to places in which to live. Here you can have your choice of surrounding yourself with history, stepping back into small-town America, enjoying the security and luxury of a gated community or lazing the day away in a laid-back cottage at the beach.

There are so many things to do in Savannah that it may be difficult to fit it all in one vacation. The area features all manner of historic homes and architectural styles plus a wide variety of walking, trolley, horse-drawn carriage, biking, and pedicab tours.

Here you'll find some wonderful hotel accommodations in Historic Savannah.   First class Savannah hotels, charming bed and breakfast inns and all types of hotels are ready to take your reservation! With no skyscrapers, few modern-looking structures, and the shopping malls placed mercifully, inconveniently on the periphery of town, this burg of 150,000 souls keeps the soul of the Old South alive for residents and guests alike.

The city is the home of four colleges and universities offering bachelor's, master's and professional doctorate degree programs: Savannah College of Art and Design, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Savannah State University, and South University. The Savannah College of Art & Design will host the annual Savannah Film Festival, featuring the best in independent and innovative film from around the world.

Savannah is often referred to as the Hostess City of the South. Savannah enjoys a subtropical climate that makes outdoor activities possible year-round. The summers are hot and the winters are mild. The rainy season is usually in the summer. The Savannah region's mild climate offered perfect conditions for growing cotton, which became the dominant commodity after the American Revolution. Cotton was king in Savannah in the early nineteenth century, contributing to the city’s opulence and wealth.
Savannah has developed as a modern city with an emphasis on outdoor activities that take full advantage of the subtropical climate and mix of fresh and salt water. Savannah has always attracted visitors, but tourism on a scale large enough to be considered an industry is a relatively recent innovation. Its tourism charms can generally be grouped into two parts ~ the gifts God gave the area, like its beaches and climate, and the gifts of the past, like the still viable city plan, and the stately mansions which were spared the torches of the Civil War.

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The city's location offers visitors access to the coastal islands and the Savannah Riverfront, both popular tourist destinations. Tybee Island, formerly known as "Savannah Beach", is the site of the Tybee Island Light Station, the first lighthouse on the southern Atlantic coast. Savannah is also noted for its St. Patrick's Day celebration, the second largest in the United States behind New York City.

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