Savannah is one of the top tour and leisure destinations in the U.S.

You won't find a more beautiful place to visit than Savannah - or a friendlier one. Here are just some of the accolades Savannah has recently received. And you’ll find they’re all so true!

"Top 25 City for the Arts", American Style Magazine

15 Coolest Cities in North America",

"Best Southern City", Southern Living Magazine

"Top 10 American Travel Destination", Conde Nast Traveler Magazine

"50 Great Cities to Visit in America",  London Daily Telegraph

"America's Prettiest Town's", Forbes Traveler

"Top 10 Trips to Reboot Your Life", Out Magazine

"America's Most Mannerly City", Charleston School of Protocol & Etiquette

Savannah is home to one of the largest National Landmark Historic Districts in the United States.  This 2.5-mile district, which runs from River Street to Forsyth Park, features plenty of quaint shops, charming boutiques and world-class restaurants nestled beneath a canopy of Live oak trees. Georgia’s First City also features stunning examples of Federal, Italianate, Georgian and Victorian architecture.

Green SquareThe Historic District’s 22 squares, which formed a vital part of General James Edward Oglethorpe’s original city plan when he founded Savannah in 1733, serve as the heart and soul of downtown Savannah and have been widely praised for their beauty. Southern hospitality still reigns supreme in Savannah, a city with three centuries of history.

In addition to offering a vast array of family-friendly recreational activities and dining options, Savannah is a bustling port city that uses state-of-the-art logistics and intermodal technologies to handle the fourth largest import/export volume in the U.S.  It is also the headquarters of Gulfstream Aerospace, famous for its high-end executive aircraft.