There’s nothing like Southern hospitality, and Savannah, GA knows all about it. Known as the “Hostess City of the South,” this historical riverfront hotspot is Georgia’s first city. Practically bursting with history, Savannah shows off its origins with monuments, historic mansions and forts, and the city’s historic district offers 24 squares of entertainment and gorgeous architecture. Savannah Walks explores the city through various themed walks; learn about the area’s fascinating and sometimes controversial past in the Savannah Stroll, or focus specifically on its war history with the Civil War Walk. Like every good Southern city, Savannah has its share of hauntings and legends, which tourists can learn about in the Ghost Walk. Tourists can discover the history of the building of the railroad system in the 1830s at the Central of Georgia Railroad, where they can stop by a blacksmith shop, walk through a cotton yard and check out a depot that played its part in first connecting the Southern states. The beautiful Savannah River provides a flourishing waterfront business, with markets, art and unique shops lining the edge of the city. The triple-decker, red, white and blue River Street Riverboat leads up to 600 passengers around the river on a narrated, sightseeing cruise and dinner entertainment cruise.