Plan Your Trip

Plan Your Trip

Know Before You Go

New Orleans, often dubbed "The Big Easy," is a vibrant and culturally rich city nestled in the southeastern part of Louisiana, USA. Known for its lively music scene, delicious cuisine, and unique blend of French, African, Spanish, and Creole influences, New Orleans is a melting pot of traditions and celebrations.

“Everything in New Orleans is a good idea.” - Bob Dylan

Explore the French Quarter

Wander through the historic streets of the French Quarter, immersing yourself in the lively atmosphere. Check out iconic sites like Jackson Square, enjoy live jazz in the street, and don't forget to try beignets at the famous Café du Monde.

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Attend a Jazz Performance

New Orleans is hailed as the birthplace of jazz, and you can't visit without experiencing its soulful music. Head to venues like Preservation Hall or the Spotted Cat Music Club for an authentic jazz experience that will transport you to the heart of the city's musical heritage.

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Take a Steamboat Cruise on the Mississippi River

Step back in time with a leisurely steamboat cruise along the mighty Mississippi River. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city skyline, live jazz music on board, and learn about the river's historical significance to New Orleans. It's a relaxing and informative way to experience the city from a different perspective.

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Garden District Stroll

Take a leisurely walk through the picturesque Garden District, known for its beautiful antebellum mansions, tree-lined streets, and charming atmosphere.

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Art and Culture at NOMA

Head to the New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) in City Park to explore a diverse collection of art, including works from the region, as well as pieces from around the world. The surrounding City Park is also a great place for a relaxing outdoor experience.

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