Planning a vacation can be a lot of fun, especially when you decide to visit the charming city of Savannah. This historical destination is perfect for long walks, river cruises, ghost tours, and even long days at the beach. However, did you also know you can include numerous romantic activities in a vacation in Savannah, GA? You can! And I am going to share the best romantic activities in this city with you today.
As you walk through the historic district of the city of Savannah, you will find yourself passing by charming homes. The twenty-four historic squares only add to the charm, and I recommend you walk through them all. You can walk through this area at any time of the day. The evening hours really bring out the romance though. You can enjoy the setting sun, as you sit on a bench in one of the squares and unwind at the end of a long day. If you happen to be down by City Market at the end of the day, I highly recommend grabbing a wine slushie from the Georgia Tasting Room. It will taste amazing, as you sit and reminisce about the day.
Packing a picnic lunch to enjoy in one of Savannah’s scenic spots is one of the most romantic activities in this city. A couple favorite locations to spread out a blanket include Bonaventure Cemetery, Forsyth Park, and Skidaway Island State Park.
If you don’t mind a little sand, you can change that picnic lunch into a picnic breakfast out on Tybee Island. Watching the sun come up over the water is a spectacular sight you won’t want to miss while on vacation in Savannah, GA. You can either walk onto the Tybee Pier and sit under the pavilion or grab a section of the sand when you arrive. Once the sun is up, I recommend holding hands as you take a long walk on the sandy shoreline. Then write your names in the sand and take a selfie before you venture out on the next adventure of your day.
After you arrive in Savannah, you will quickly realize that you will do a lot of walking during this vacation. One of my favorite walks is in any of the nature areas in this city. Wandering through the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens will add romance to any day. And yet, so will visiting the wildlife over at the Oatland Island Wildlife Center.
There are so many places to enjoy a romantic dinner while on vacation in Savannah, GA. 700 Drayton Restaurant can be found inside a 19th century mansion. This restaurant overlooks Forsyth Park, so you will have amazing views as you dine. Other romantic restaurants in Savannah include the Olde Pink House, Elizabeth on 37th, and Circa 1875.
After a nice romantic dinner, you can head over to the nearest rooftop restaurant to enjoy a few cocktails. Peregrin, a rooftop bar at the top of the Perry Lane Hotel, is perfect if you want views of Savannah’s historic district. However, if you are in search of views of the river, I recommend visiting Top Deck, which is above the Cotton Sail’s Hotel.
Before you end your vacation in Savannah, GA, you must enjoy a couples’ spa treatment. There are multiple spas to choose from in this city, but the Magnolia Spa at the Marriott Savannah Riverfront stands out as one of the best.
These are a few of the romantic activities you must consider when you are planning a vacation in Savannah, GA. There are others and we can discuss those, as I am planning your next romantic vacation.
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