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Getting here

Savannah Hilton Head International Airport is located 15 miles from the Historic District. The airport offers regular flights to more than 30 non-stop destinations.
Savannah is also easily accessible from all points along the east coast via Interstate 95, or from the west by Interstate 16. We recommend getting driving directions on Google Maps.
If you plan to come by bus, Savannah is a hub for Greyhound Bus Lines. For a Train trip, Amtrak rolls through Savannah on its Palmetto and Silver Service lines.

Savannah Belles Passenger Ferry

The City of Savannah offers a transportation system that can move downtown visitors by road, rail, and sea at no charge. Currently, only Belles Passager Ferry is in service. The boats depart from Rousakis Plaza on River St. and provide ferry service between River Street and Hutchinson Island. Bicycles and strollers are welcome on board. Click here for more info.

Old Town Trolley Tours

The Hop on Hop off Old Town Trolley Tours provides the sightseeing with the best attractions in Savannah. For more than 30 years, it has been a perfect combination between transport and entertainment. It is a fully-narrated tour transport you to more than 100 sights and points of interest, including those on River Street, in the historic district, the country squares and downtown. Click here for more info.

Ghosts and Gravestones Tours

Savannah is the scenery for many ghost stories and home to several sites known by supernatural activity. That’s why the city has been voted as America’s Most Haunted City. The ghost tours show the visitors Savannah’s darkest side, with a night sightseeing and most haunted tales in the historic districts. Click here to learn more.

Tybee Island

Tybee Island is located just 20 minutes from Downtown Savannah. You can enjoy the sandy beach,  an eco-kayak tour, nature walk, or sunset cruise. Discover this classic coastal town and its attractions, such as Tybee Lighthouse, Marine Center, the Crab Shack and much more