Top Travel Tips for Visiting Savannah, Georgia

Jessica Ufuoma
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Savannah is a coastal haven in Georgia City which is separated from South Carolina by the Savannah River. There's a lot to do there and it is a very picturesque area. You'll find lots of historic districts, cobbledstone streets and beautiful parks. If you're thinking about exploring Savannah, Georgia whether as a local or visitor, here are some travel tips to enhance your experience in the city.

1.) Make sure to try the Spiced Lavendar Mocha at the Collins Quarter

What's the point of visiting Savannah and not going for brunch? There are a lot of brunch spots in Savannah with very exciting menus and affordable prices but one place you definitely want to visit is the Collins Quarter. This is located in Downtown Savannah and has a decadent champagne breakfast menu, delicious lunch and dinner in a very laidback and casual cafe setting. When in Collins Quarter, one thing you want to try is the Spiced Lavendar Mocha. It is amazing and unlike anything you've ever tried before.
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2.) Go shopping for the best antiques in Wright Square Vintage and Retro Mall

Are you an antique lover? Then you can really go all out in Savannah. While there are lots of places where you can shop for really good antique, the Wright Square Vintage and retro mall have some of the best pieces for every budget. There are thousands of unique items from over 30 antique dealers to choose from and new items arrive daily so you can bet there will always be something new to find.
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3.) Make lunch reservations at the Olde Pink House one month in advance

The Olde Pink House is located in the heart of historic Savannah, Georgia and is Savannah's only 18th century mansion. It is very popular for memorable dining experiences and serves seafood that is caught daily and served fresh. Due to its popularity and uniqueness, this place is always fully booked up to one month in advance so if you're planning a trip to Savannah and want to eat here, make sure to make lunch reservations well in advance, at least one month in advance. You can reserve on OpenTable here.
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4.) Happy hour at the Peregrin Rooftop Lounge is a must

After a beautiful day exploring the city, you may want to wind down with a drink or two and what better place to do so than at the Peregrin Rooftop Lounge? You'll find some of the best views of the city from the rooftop deck and you can try some hand-crafted premium cocktails and vibrant dishes. This is the perfect way to end the day and enjoy views of the city.
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