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3 days in Savannah Georgia: Ultimate Guide 2022
Savannah Georgia is one of my favorite cities that I have ever been to! It has rich history, beautiful architecture, and incredible food.
Although I was only there for 3 days, I do think I was able to get a great overview of the city and what it has to offer. In 3 days I was able to fall in love with this beautiful city!
I will say that I went in August and boy was it extremely hot and the humidity was out of this world! So come prepared if you come in the summer months.
I will walk you through what I did on my 3 days in Savannah Georgia and other things you can add to your Savannah itinerary.
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Day 1: Getting a feel of Savannah
For our first day in Savannah, we just walked out of our hotel and walked and explored what was around us. I will suggest getting an hotel in the historic downtown section of Savannah. It is so beautiful and it is in walking distance to so many things.
This photo was taken right outside of our hotel and it looks even more beautiful in person.
We were in walking distance to the river street which is of course right next to the river. It is a historic area with cobblestone streets and a ton of cute shops and places to eat.
Here are two photos I took of the cobblestone streets and the super steep hills and steps you have to climb up or down. These steps were so steep it was a workout in itself to climb up. The second photo is one of my favorites because those trees were everywhere and they are so beautiful!
Another place I suggest walking through is all of Savannah’s squares! There are 22 squares that are these tiny little parks throughout the city. I do not have any photos but they are just so magical!
For dinner we went to Vic’s on the River. Some of the best food I ever had! Here I am on these cute little balconies in the restaurant that is overlooking the river!
This peach alcoholic drink was fantastic!
Fried green tomatoes for an appiteizer.
Crab cakes and risotto for dinner
My mouth is watering just looking at this yummy fried chicken!
And a classic creme brulee for dessert!
Day 2: Wormsloe Historic Site and Forsyth Park
Wormsloe Historic Site, once known as Wormsloe Plantation and was home to Noble Jones, one of Savannah’s earliest settlers. This Historic site is known as one of the most beautiful sites in all of Georgia, and the most photographed.
First thing in the morning we went right to the Wormsloe Historic Site which is about 20 minutes from downtown Savannah. This is not a free open site to visit at any time. There is an admission cost to enter and the gates are locked until opening time.
Once you enter the gates there is long dirt road lined with the most gorgeous oak trees. It looks like something out of a movie. In fact, many movies were filmed on this exact site! When you reach the end of the road there is a visitors center with a gift shop and a museum. I highly suggest going through the museum and learning about the history behind this site and not going just for the photos of the tree lined road.
This was probably my favorite part of the trip because the oak trees with the Spanish moss draped down was absolutely breathtaking!
After visiting Wormsloe Historic Site, we headed back to downtown Savannah and went to Forsyth Park. We went right to Collins Quarter right in the middle of Forsyth Park for brunch! Collins Quarter was a super cute place to eat and I had an amazing breakfast sandwich with hasbrowns!
For the rest of the day we walked around the park and then went back to the hotel to rest and get ready for dinner.
For dinner we ate at The Olde Pink House which is probably one of the most famous restaurants in Savannah! I don’t have any photos of the meals but it was incredible.
Day 3: Jones Street and the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
On day 3 we had to stroll down what is named one of the prettiest streets in the country, Jones Street. And yes it was just as beautiful and picturesque as I was expecting.
After that we went to go visit the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Unfortunately it was closed and firetrucks were outside so we weren’t able to go inside.
Day 3 for us was more of a half day because we were driving down and heading to Clearwater Beach, Florida for the remainder of our trip. If you are interested in reading about things to do in Clearwater, stay tuned because that post will be up soon!
Savannah truly felt like it was out of a fairytale. It was just a beautiful, magical city. I would definitely go back and visit again in a heartbeat! But I would not go in August because of that humidity LOL!
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