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Savannah

Whether on foot, trolley or horse-drawn carriage, there are several ways to explore the nooks and crannies of Savannah’s cobblestone streets and 22 iconic Spanish moss-draped squares. Balmy temperatures mean highs in the low 70s from January through March, perfect for strolling and working off all the delicious Southern food.

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Originally developed as a fire prevention method, Savannah's city squares are named in honor of renowned figures of the city's past. Many storied sites dot these squares, including The Mercer House from "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." Forsyth Park, and its pretty fountain, is a popular spot for tourists and locals.

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Tap into your sixth sense with a visit to America’s most haunted city. Restless spirits are said to haunt historic homes and cemeteries. Go on a ghost tour around the city’s historic district (even in a hearse if you want!) or go further afield to spot Little Gracie's grave at Bonaventure Cemetery.

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Walk past former cotton warehouses and feel ballast stones underfoot on River Street. Now a lively hotspot in Savannah, River Street showcases top restaurants with water views, as well as samples and take-home treats like pralines at Savannah’s Candy Kitchen or honey and mead at Savannah Bee Company.

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Rich southern flavors and quintessential coastal fare combine in menus as you eat your way through this foodie fave. Stuff yourself silly at Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room for lunch, stock up on local produce at the Forsyth Farmers Market on Saturdays and indulge in a sweet Savannah treat any time of the year at Leopold’s Ice Cream.

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