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City Market acts as one of the central hubs in downtown Savannah. A great place to grab a drink and people watch; City Market offers an array of entertainment. Small shops line the brick street where you can view local artistry or grab a bite...More
This is a nice place to walk around or kill time.
For those looking to loose some money on overpriced tourist trinkets perfect spot.
Nice art galleries and displays, by local SCAD students current and past. This was nice to see.
Grab a drink, and...More
Equal mix of restaurants, shops, bars, street acts and spontaneous merriment, this is THE place for people watching and nightlife in Old Savannah. High energy and bustling with people of all ages and backgrounds. Enjoyed spending some time strolling around this several block area.
It was a nice stroll... paid for parking is close by. A few cute stores, but most of the items are touristy stuff, meaning overpriced and found in all tourist places. There are a few stores that are unique, like the cookie store called Byrd...More
This is a very pleasant place to stroll by in the historic district and have an opportunity to have dessert, enjoy a pleasant walk, or potentially have dinner or a drink. There are multiple stores, museums, and restaurants right there where you can spend an...More
City Market was just 2 block from our hotel so we crossed it at least 4 times a day. Plenty of shops, bars and restaurants. The dot free bus stop is located here by the welcome tourist center. It's a good spot to meet up...More
We visited City Market as a stop on our hop on and off trolley tour. The art galleries were fun to walk through, and we ended up making several purchases from local artists. Finished off our explorations with moonshine smoothies from the Georgia Tasting Room-...More