Flights to Savannah
Glimpse a world of disreputable antique belles
Travel back in time to the oldest city in the state of Georgia with our flights to Savannah. Less refined and more sober than Charleston, South Carolina, Savannah has retained the usual array of pretty colonial mansions, but prides itself on a grittier southern heritage. From southern food to the great outdoors, indulge your southern appetite with our flights to Savannah.
In true Southern style, Savannah prides itself on comfort food and dive bars. Mrs Wilkes’ is a downtown institution, where locals and tourists line up for hours to receive platefuls of the good stuff – fried chicken, collared greens, mac ‘n’ cheese, beef stew and, of course, biscuits.
Make the most of Savannah’s great coastal location while you’re visiting the area, and take a trip to neighbouring Tybee Island. Between the rambling boardwalk and striped lighthouse, the scenes here are rather more conventional.
Mirrored sand flats
Take leisurely strolls along great, mirrored sand flats that merge between sky and sea for an altogether different experience of the area.
Rent a kayak and boat out to the pristine island nature reserve of Little Tybee Island, where you can explore rich salt marshes and subtropical forests among the wilderness.
Food and wine fest
Swing by for the Savannah Food and Wine Festival in November for a week of gourmet fun and a real taste of the South.
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Fly with our partner Delta Air Lines to Savannah Hilton Head International Airport.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Savannah is the US Dollar (USD).
Chatham Area Transport (CAT) provides bus services in Savannah, including connections with the airport. You can also rent a CAT bicycle from one of many cycle stations based around the city.
Savannah is 5 hours behind London (GMT).
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Savannah. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.