• St. Paddy’s Day 2021: What to Expect

    Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day celebration is traditionally one of the largest in the United States. In 2020, the city canceled festivities due to COVID-19. For 2021, officials are working with the Coastal Health District to determine whether the city will host major events.   The St. Patrick’s Day Festival kicks off events on March 12-13 along River Street and City Market. Festivities take place from 10 a.m. to midnight each day as restaurants, bars, beer, and

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  • 8 Must-Do Spring Activities for First-Time Savannah Visitors

    Savannah’s beauty practically sings in the springtime, with great weather making it prime time to stop and smell the flowers. There are plenty of other activities to enjoy as well.   Stroll the Squares Our 22 historic squares get a lot of attention for a good reason, with giant oaks and sparkling fountains. Charming homes surround each square, along with historic churches, restaurants, shops, and museums. Forsyth Park is the most well-known, but visit some

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  • FAQ: Spring Break 2021 on Tybee Island

    When the days get warmer, the sun shines brighter, and the birds start singing, you know it’s spring. That’s the perfect time to leave your worries behind and head to Tybee Island for a beach vacation! Pack the sunglasses and sunscreen for your family-friendly spring break. If you’re wondering whether this is a good year for a trip to the coast, the answer is “yes!” Here is everything you need to know.   Q: What can you

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  • Warm-Up this Winter in Savannah’s Top Coffee Shops

    Though the weather outside rarely gets frightful in Savannah, it's still delightful to warm up with a hot drink. Fortunately, the city's historic district is chock-full of specialty coffee shops where you can get a steaming cup of a robust and delicious brew.   Savannah's coffee scene is growing, and each of its cafes offers a setting as eclectic and unique as the city itself.   Located across from Forsyth Park's southside, the Sentient Bean is one

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