#10 The Beaches of Tybee Island
This easily accessible barrier island is just a short trip from downtown Savannah, GA. It’s a popular tourist spot where you’ll be able to enjoy the view of the ocean and smell of the warm, salty air. There are a few mom-and-pop stores lining the pier, but overall, the location is very down to earth and well-kept.
#9 Chippewa Square
For a particularly lazy afternoon, stop by Chippewa Square in the heart of Savannah’s historical district. Familiar benches line the brick-paved path through the park, providing a shady respite beneath trees draped in Spanish moss. Tickle your sweetie’s funny bone with your best Forrest Gump impersonation as you explore this backdrop for the famous bus stop scenes from the movie.
#8 Skidaway Island State Park
Active couples can hop out to Skidaway Island for an afternoon of peace, quiet, and solitude. This sub-tropical state park offers paved, yet adventurous trails for walking, hiking, and biking. Enjoy the local wildlife while awing at the sweeping views from the observation towers.
#7 Oglethorpe Square
Relax and enjoy the sights and sounds of Oglethorpe Square, the “Central Park” Square of Savannah. This picturesque scene is always equipped with an afternoon of merriment, whether you enjoy perusing a fresh-air market or kicking back, taking in live local music over a private picnic.
#6 River Street
River Street, paved entirely by cobblestone, provides an offbeat path for viewing a taste of Savannah’s celebrated historical architecture. While enjoying the musical air of street musicians, you can take in a variety of smells from the swanky pubs and bistros as you stroll hand-in-hand beneath the mossy oak trees adorning this riverside treat.
#5 Jazz’d Tapas Bar
Those seeking a lively night can stop by Jazz’d Tapas Bar for a late night snack and live entertainment all from the basement of the historic Kress building. Choose from their eclectic drink menu, which boasts over twenty-five types of martinis, kick back and enjoy the sultry jazz music just feet away, and watch the hours pass well into the morning.
#4 Broughton Street
Both the hip and the hip-to-be-square can take delight in the eclectic shops and posh restaurants which line Broughton Street. When you’re not admiring the architecture, you’ll be fervently purchasing the perfect gift for your sweetheart at 24e Design Co.
#3 Forsyth Park
A little touch of nature tucked away in the hustle and bustle of Savannah’s historic district. Larger than the iconic squares, this pet-friendly park features a large band shell, which hosts the free Savannah Jazz Festival, providing the perfect setting and ambiance for a romantic evening out.
#2 Cha Bella
A truly unique dining experience, Cha Bella, is located in the North Historic District. Here, they are consistently plating up organic, seasonal fare for both the eco-friendly and foodies alike. Call ahead to participate in one of the many “Farm to Table” events for an extra special treat.
#1 Vic’s on the River
Offering live music every day of the week, Vic’s on the River is the perfect place to impress your loved one. Valet parking and hand selected wines are all part of the everyday fanfare which makes Vic’s the number one romantic place of Savannah.
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