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
Steamboat Natchez, New Orleans
A cruise on the steamboat Natchez brings the golden era of New Orleans back alive, when numerous steamboats trafficked the Mississippi River. A jazz band makes the experience complete.
Lafayette Square, New Orleans
Lafayette is a public square not far from the French Quarter bordered by several government buildings, the most impressive of which is the neoclassical Gallier Hall.
Lee Circle, New Orleans
A tall column topped with a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee towers over Lee Circle, a traffic circle in the warehouse district of New Orleans.
Garden District, New Orleans
The Garden District is a residential district famous for its beautiful mansions with lace balconies and cast-iron fences that enclose lush gardens. An absolute must for any visitor to New Orleans.

Random New Orleans Tours & Activities
Private Literary History Tour, New Orleans
  • Average Rating:4.0/5 stars
  • Duration: 2 hours
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