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4.5/5Wonderful!(9,221 area reviews)
One of New Orleans’ oldest neighborhoods is popular for an ecclectic blend of romantic history, stunning architecture, jazz and black arts.
4.5/5Wonderful!(8,219 area reviews)
The fantastic nightlife and great live music are just a few highlights of Central Business District. Make a stop by Canal Street or Harrah's New Orleans Casino while you're exploring the area.
5/5Exceptional!(40 area reviews)
This historic area was named to remember the plantation lands upon which the city was built.
4/5Very Good!(890 area reviews)
Get to the heart of modern New Orleans and explore renovated warehouses and modern galleries in this chic district.
3/5(826 area reviews)
Visitors to New Orleans East Area enjoy its coffeehouses, and if you want to do some exploring, Fort Pike State Historic Site is worth a stop.
History buffs will enjoy exploring New Orleans, and visitors give high marks for the live music scene, entertainment choices, and fascinating museums. Tourists who journey to this walkable city can discover its bars, art, and local tours. Top sights in the city include Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Jackson Square, and National World War II Museum.
Known for its live music, jazz scene, and museums, the city's cultural venues include National World War II Museum, Audubon Insectarium, and Saenger Theatre. The city is notable for its historic sites and landmarks like Jackson Square, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve Visitor Center, and Cabildo. The picturesque setting of City Park and Audubon Park exemplify the city's natural beauty.
In New Orleans, there are 1324 hotels and other lodging accommodations so you'll have plenty of choices for a perfect holiday retreat. Here you'll find highly ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Other top sights in New Orleans include Mercedes-Benz Superdome and French Market.
To see more of the surrounding area, ride one of the trains from New Orleans Union Passenger Terminal or Slidell Station. New Orleans might not have very many public transit options to choose from so consider a car rental to maximize your time.