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5 Reasons to Visit Savannah during the Holiday Season!

#1 Reason to Visit Savannah: Escape the Winter Blues!
With sunny winter days and temperatures averaging in 60s it is not surprising that Savannah has always been popular with Snowbirds seeking to escape the Winter Blues!

#2 Reason to Visit Savannah: Better Bang for your Buck
As a many a savvy traveler will know the winter months are a great time to visit Savannah! Fewer crowds, sunny weather and rates are up to 30% off regular rates!

#3 Reason to Visit Savannah: 41st Annual Holiday Tour of Homes!
The Holiday Tour of Homes is in its 41st Year and is a unique opportunity to sneak a peek inside some of Savannah’s stunning private homes in their festive finery!

#4 Reason to Visit Savannah: Savannah Philharmonic: Holiday Pops
There is nothing like holiday music to put you in the mood for Holly Jolly season! Enjoy musical cheer in the breathtaking interior of St John’s Cathedral distinguished both by its stained glass windows as well as laying claim to being the oldest cathedral in Georgia!

#5 Reason to Visit Savannah: Savannah Harbor Festival of Lights
A relative newcomer to the Savannah festival scene, the Festival of Lights is now coming up to its fourth year! The festival kicks off just in time for Thanksgiving weekend and runs for the entire Holiday Season. Take a tour of Hutchinson Island by Trolley Tour or self drive and enjoy a taste of Vegas in Savannah!

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5 Reasons to Visit Savannah during the Holiday Season!

#1 Reason to Visit Savannah: Escape the Winter Blues!
With sunny winter days and temperatures averaging in 60s...