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Savannah is one of the most beautiful cities in the country, IMHO, maybe even the world. Settled in 1733, it was one of America’s first planned cities and one of its oldest.
Walk in the Historic District and you’ll see breathtaking architecture. The streets are lined with century old live oaks, draped with moss.
Savannah’s history has been preserved by its residents. You’ll see squares filled with historic homes on the Savannah Historic District Savory Foodie Tour by Junket.
Savannah is considered one of the food capitals of the South. From down home cooking to creative seafood to gourmet dining, you can find it all here. Plus some of the best desserts and candy in the country.
You’ll meet your knowledgeable guide at the Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist.
Then you’ll pass by the Old Sorrel Weed House, one of Savannah’s most stunning and haunted houses. You’ll hear its dark history of infidelity and death. This house has been featured on “Ghost Hunters,” HGTV‘s “If Walls Could Talk,” Travel Channel’s “Most Terrifying Places In America,” the History Channel, Conde Nast and USA Today.
Your group will stop at Chocolat by Adam Turoni for some delicious treats. You’ll pass by Juliette Low’s birthplace.
You’ll also pass by the Historic City Market. You can spend a few minutes looking over the Market’s distinctive art offerings.
Your tour will stop at Rise Southern Biscuits & Righteous Chicken. You can sample 3 Southern staples at one time. The Little Crown by Pie Society, is a meat pie eatery. Try their famous pork pie “prepared properly.”
Tondee’s Tavern was originally a bank and served as headquarters for a Union general in the Civil War. Today people go there for its gumbo which you can try.
You’ll pass by the African American Monument that’s meant to symbolize the new beginnings. You’ll see the Savannah Belle Ferry, a steamboat replica used for cruises by Savannah Riverboat Cruises.
You can take a few minutes to browse through River Street Market Place. Your tour will end at Savannah’s Candy Kitchen where you can try one of Georgia’s most famous sweets, the pecan praline.
You’ll get a new perspective on Southern cuisine as you sample your way through Savannah’s Historic District.
Book your tour here and you can save $13.50 (14% discount) on each ticket.