New Orleans
closeThanks to its French roots and blend of different cultures, New Orleans has a distinct character which sets it apart from the rest of the country. This is manifested in its unique architecture, food and music.
Despite the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, the city's historic French Quarter is as lively as ever before, especially during Mardi Gras, the famous carnival celebrations that are held here each year.
Random New Orleans Highlights
St. Louis Cemetery no. 1, New Orleans
There are many interesting cemeteries in New Orleans, and St. Louis Cemetery #1 is certainly one of the most intriguing. Many of New Orleans's famous citizens have their final resting place here.
Audubon Zoo, New Orleans
The Audubon Zoo, which occupies part of the Audubon Park, has a large number of animals exhibited in natural habitats such as the Louisiana Swamp where visitors can see a group of large alligators.
Supreme Court Building, New Orleans
In the early 20th century, a block of historic houses were demolished in the French Quarter for the construction of the new Supreme Court Building, a massive Beaux-Arts structure.
Moon Walk, New Orleans
The Moon Walk is a riverside promenade created in 1976. It's a great place for a walk along the Mississippi river where you can escape the humidity of the city while watching boats pass by.

Random New Orleans Tours & Activities
Haunted French Quarter Tour, New Orleans
  • Duration: 2 hours
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