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All reviews shops and restaurants cobblestone streets candy stores cargo ships street performers t shirts free ferry cotton exchange waving girl nice walk lots of fun walk around visiting savannah historic district stroll ballast hyatt
River Street Savannah is gem along the Savannah River, the area contains amazing architecture and has an old world fee. You can enjoy the ships, shops, restaurants. bars and quaint boutiques. Great place to hang out. Jolly Chriss.
We'd heard a lot about River Street, so made sure we visited both at night and during the day to check out the different atmospheres. It's nice to walk along the river, watch the world go by, and check out the various shops etc. We...More
After gorging on food from one of its restaurants..walk it off by going through some unique shops. Don't get dessert just stop by the sweet shops along the way! River view includes the huge old fashioned dinner cruise paddle boat, the waving girl and a...More
Such a cool place, we really enjoyed the walk along the cobblestone, some great restaurants and shops to look in aswell, we stopped at Spanks for dinner was excellent, I would definitely return if I ever go back to Savannah
We walked all along River Street - On the walkway next to the water was nice. It was overly crowded along the walkway were the shops are. It seemed very touristy to us. We strolled the one time and that was it for us in...More
River can be though of as the entertainment district of Savanah. Lined with various restaurants, bars and shop. On selected weekends you may find entertainment on the stage and crafters lining the river walk. As I said something for everyone.
Buildings date back to times when cotton was grown inland in Georgia, bought by factors, unloaded from carts, and shipped to Europe. Savannah started as an active sea port, and still is. River Street is full of amazing candy stores, restaurants, bars and other shops....More
Was crowded and had a lot of the typical tourist shops and restaurants. I’m not into purchasing souvenirs so it’s not for me. There is a small open market that has some nice handmade items that I liked.