Savannah, Georgia, is a Southern escape where art, period architecture, trendy boutiques and ghost stories are all set under a veil of Spanish moss. It is consistently named one of the “world’s friendliest cities” by Condé Nast Traveler readers.
The city is famous for its unique coastal cuisine, with restaurants serving fresh crab legs and oysters, as well as peel-and-eat shrimp, and lobster tails. Restaurants specialize in everything from traditional Southern favorites to some of the finest international cuisine.
America’s first planned city, Savannah was designed by Gen. James Oglethorpe with 24 tree-lined squares meant to serve as public gathering spaces. Today, 22 squares remain, still used as gathering spaces, as well as the perfect respites and walk¬ing areas.
In September, the temperature ranges from 85 degrees during the day down to 70 degrees in the evening.
The following are among the many museums in the city:
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