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Airports in Newark

Newark is served by Newark Liberty International Airport. Located in the city of Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A., it is the primary airport serving the U.S. State of New Jersey. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations including Dublin, Beijing, Calgary, Montreal, Delhi, London, Vienna, Amsterdam, Paris, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more.

Passengers can smoothly commute to and from the airport using monorail, buses, car hires, private limousine, and taxi services.

Explore Savannah

The oldest city in the US state of Georgia, Savannah is an industrial hub and an important Atlantic seaport. This city is known for beautiful parks, antebellum architecture, and horse-drawn carriages. The historic district of Savannah is replete with cobblestoned squares and parks shaded by oak trees covered with Spanish moss. Every year, the city attracts millions of tourists to its parks, streets, and remarkable historic buildings. Weather-wise, the best time to visit Savannah is from March to July. During these months, warm temperatures coax the tree leaves and azalea blooms. There are several festivals celebrated during this peak season.

Things to do in Savannah

Bull Street

Taking a stroll around Bull Street is the best way to getting to know about the city's historic district. The starting point is the City Hall and the US Customs House. To the south is the Johnson Square, which is the first square built in the new planned town of Savannah. There are hordes of other attractions on this street as well. Along this stretch are located several coffee shops, and restaurants. Visitors can also explore the street from the comfort of a horse drawn carriage.

Forsyth Park

The largest and most active park in the city, Forsyth Park was created in the mid 19th century. There is a large cast-iron fountain which is the focal point of the park. This fountain has remained the primary attraction in the park. This park is also an excellent area to walk, with paved paths and shady trees. Several interesting buildings are located around the park. Within the Forsyth Park, there is the Band Shell and Visitor Center with amenities including a snack bar and a cafe.


Fort McAllister State Historic Park

Fort McAllister State Historic Park boasts some of best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy. Fort McAllister was used during the Civil War. This historic park is an excellent example of coastal defenses during the Confederacy. On the grounds of the site are cannons and other military operational items. There is also a Civil War Museum boasting interesting displays and information.

Best Time to Fly to Savannah

Weather-wise, the best time to visit Savannah is from March to July. During these months, the warm temperature coaxes the tree leaves. A cache of festivals also falls in this season.

Savannah Travelers' Reviews

  Mrs
Had a great time visited Ridgeland, Orangeburg and Georgetown SC.
- Member  May 18, 2018
  Bean
Great place for history...family
- Douglas  Apr 05, 2018

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