2 days bus transportation via luxury motor coach with WIFI
2 nights hotel accommodation at student friendly location
Breakfast at hotel
2 Lunch vouchers
Admission to Historic Carriage Ride
Admission to Hop on Hop off trolly
Admission to Ghost Tour
Visit to Savannah Historic Squares
Self-guided tour of the Federal Reserve Bank Money Museum
Admission to Six Flags Great America
Visit to Centennial Olympic Park
A-Z Travel tour guide
Free chaperone spaces in double room based number paying passengers
All taxes and fees
Upon arrival in Savannah, meet your tour guide. One of the best things about Savannah is that it’s a pleasure to stroll. With over 900 buildings listed as historically or architecturally significant, a walk through Savannah’s Historic District has its appeal. Should you not want to walk through these charming streets and experience the numerous park-like squares for yourself, then why not enjoy a carriage ride through the old quarter, or a Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour is a great way to see the highlights of the city.
Food and Fun! On day two it’s time to shop and eat like the locals do. Start your morning with a walk down Savannah’s Broughton Street, and see all the small boutiques that make the street famous. People come to Savannah for this street alone, so if you’ve got a shopper in the mix, be forewarned. Another great spot to stroll some of Savannah’s best shops is the Savannah Historic Market. This is a great alternative if you’re going as a group, because in this historic setting you’ll find plenty to do and plenty to eat (try Belford’s Savannah or Tapas by Anna).
Tour the History! Part of the great thing about Savannah is that it’s chock-full of history. From as early as the late 1700s, things have been happening here, and with so much history you might figure that there would be a lot to explore – and you’d figure correctly. If architecture is your thing, consider stopping by several of Savannah’s famous historic homes like the Owens-Thomas House or the Juliette Gordon-Low birthplace home. Literary buffs will love the Flannery O’Conner house, while those that simply love the military side of things will want to explore the Old Fort. Come nightfall, a quintessentially Savannah experience can be had by combining history with entertainment in a nightly atmosphere.