The river street is a great place for shopping and getting in to the local vibe. I would recommend going to the candy shop on the street. Stay at the Marriott Riverfront Hotel to have great river views like I did.
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I love this street! From the riverside candy store to many great restaurants, come see this wonderful city! You can see any ships that pass by. Many hotels line the street to chose from.
Savannah is a city of Atlantic coast port and tourist city in Georgia. Savannah is also the host city of the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Sailing Games! Founded in 1733, Savannah was the capital of Georgia, then the British colony, and later the first state capital of Georgia. Savannah was named after the Savannah River, which also originated from the riverbank. Today, walk to the Savannah River and view the Bund. Old roads to keep up the old look, cargo sculptures by the river, a long view of the suspension bridge between Georgia and South Carolina, the old power plant's remodeled gallery, old tools on the wall for visitors to visit, the trestle to each family.
South Carolina's most famous tourist city. Founded in 1670, it was earlier than the founding time of the United States. Population less than 130,000, but in 2019, it received 7.2 million visitors. 17 consecutive years, the United States tourism leisure cities ranked first, the world ranked 12th. Visitors have fallen by 64 percent since the outbreak. Look at the oldest house in the city, built in 1694, the city's ubiquitous old oak trees with scruffy mustaches, sea bridges, row houses of painted 18th-century old homes, front-line battlegrounds during the Civil War, and so on.
River Street is also a retail and dining area that attracts tourists. It was converted from a cotton warehouse. There are many Savannah’s most popular bars and most popular restaurants in River Street. You can choose one at will and you will not be disappointed.