Introducing New Orleans

This famous Louisiana city sits right on the edge of the Mississippi River and to the rest of the world, it’s famed for its 24 hour entertainment and nightlife, a city that truly never sleeps. From the pokey jazz venues in the French Quarter to the famous burlesque and cabaret clubs, or the stylish wine bars that line the river, there’s a place for very type of drinker and every type of traveller after hours. In the day, visitors will be able to explore the city’s beautiful parks, take the kids to the zoo or the numerous museums, or just stroll around this strange and wonderful world to soak up the local culture. A culture which reflects a melting pot of French, African and American culture. And when it comes to the food, prepare yourself for flavour and spice. Cajun and Creole delicacies feature heavily on menus and you’ll also come across tasty street eats such as chargrilled oysters, Po’ Boys sandwiches and sweet Beignet pastries.

Highlights of New Orleans

French Quarter
Also known as Vieux Carré, the French Quarter is the oldest neighbourhood in the city. It features incredible architecture, a fantastic mix of restaurants and great places to listen to jazz music.
Jackson Square
Visit this famous historic park located in the French Quarter, featuring incredible colonial architecture.
The Lakeview neighbourhood is a bit of walk from the Downtown area but it’s worth it if you’re after fresh seafood and great al fresco dining.
Garden District
Garden District, also known as Central City, is great place to come if you’re after the best nightlife. There’s a huge choice of bars and taverns and some cool places to eat also.

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