Celebrate Irish Culture at Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade!

St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us, and for those of you that are planning a vacation in Savannah this March, you can celebrate with thousands of other spectators at Savannah’s enormous St. Patrick’s Day parade.  The event features fancy floats and an entire band of great musicians that will be playing traditional Irish tunes. Discover a new side to the cultural heritage of Ireland with this great opportunity, and don’t forget to wear your green clothing to blend in with the rest of the city. To make sure you have a hotel room, be sure to book your Savannah lodging ahead of time.

If you’re still in the mood for great cultural discoveries, the Savannah Historical Experience Tour will be right up your alley. Travel through the quaint Victorian District and view the smooth, flowing architecture adorned with intricate carvings and flower arrangements. You’ll also have your fill of some of the other beautiful sectors of the city, including Thomas Square, Victory Drive, Beach Institute and the Historic District. The area is packed with more than 250 years of history, and you can ask your knowledgeable tour guide any questions you may have.

After an educational overview of the city, you can try out an adventurous activity such as the Deluxe Land and Sea Savannah Package, providing you with several cruises and a trolley tour in and around the outskirts of the city. On land, you’ll take the Historic Savannah Trolley Tour beside places like the bustling City Market and River Street in true historic transportation. In addition, you’ll have the chance to experience the luxurious Davenport House and River Street Riverboat Cruise. Be sure to bring your camera for each location.

0 thoughts on “Celebrate Irish Culture at Savannah’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade!

  1. There sure are a lot of St. Patrick’s Day parades going on around the country! I wish I could travel to be part of one of them.

  2. Savannah is one of the few Southern destinations that I would really like to see. There is so much history there.

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