Discover the magic and festivity of a traditional European Christmas Market brought to life at Plant Riverside Savannah’s Entertainment District. Here you’ll find a small collection of stalls lined up right along the river, selling mulled wine, beer, pretzels, and chocolatey treats. There will also be a wide range of holiday-themed activities as well as live music performances.
Take a trip to Cape May, NJ, America’s Original Seaside Resort. Located on the Jersey Shore, Cape May is known for grand Victorian houses such as the Emlen Physick Estate Museum. Enjoy a trolley tour of the Historic District, visit the Cape May Lighthouse, shop at the Washington Street Mall, and have plenty of beach time.
We all know Savannah has a rich history, but the culinary side of the city gives us a whole new definition of rich. Come enjoy Pralines, Southern Style Seafood, Leopold’s Ice Cream, a Cooking Class and more. Savannah is historically delicious.
The Southern Coast is a land where live oak tress are draped with Spanish moss. Where the Capitol Cities have cobble stoned streets, manicured squares, pastel colored antebellum homes. The region is filled with charm and beauty, history that dates to the first colonies, people who speak with a proudly distinct accent and wonderful food mush of which comes fresh from the sea.
Can you believe it’s been almost 30 years since Forrest Gump sat on that bench and told us “life is like a box of chocolates?” It was in July 1994, that this slow, but sweet character played by Tom Hanks entered theaters—and our hearts. At U S Tours, we thought today, “for no particular reason” that we could celebrate and remember the simple life of Forrest, while touring movie sites, while eating shrimp, and while discovering the Southern beauty of Savannah and Beaufort – two towns that “goes together like peas and carrots.”