Fall in love with this charming Southern city, where art, period architecture, trendy boutiques, and ghost stories are all set under a veil of Spanish moss. Established in 1733 as Georgia’s first city, the coastal town of Savannah is known for its antebellum architecture, centuries-old oak trees, and its authentic Southern cuisine.

Stroll along the cobblestone streets or explore by bicycle. Hop a trolley or settle into a horse-drawn carriage to experience the neighborhoods and riverfront. History buffs will enjoy exploring Old Fort Jackson, Fort Pulaski National Monument, and Bonaventure Cemetery. Tee off on the first golf course in America, charter a fishing boat, or paddle a canoe or kayak out to the salt marshes, barrier islands, and swamps.