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New Orleans

TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City
A holiday is at its best when you let your hair down and go wild. At New Orleans, that is just how you will be. The city lights up with colour during its Mardi Gras festival, belts out jazz during the extravagant Jazz Fest and cooks up a storm with variations of French cuisine in the French Quarter—the oldest neighbourhood in the city. Boasting of an expansive and expensively maintained natural environment, the city offers Audubon Zoo, as well as the Garden District, the Woldenberg Park and the New Orleans City Park to delve into the beauty of nature. Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral, the French Market with its renowned beignets, and Preservation Hall decorate the port and can be explored on a Natchez, a team-boat variety exclusive for the area. Dig into the famous Po’ boy Submarine Sandwich and enjoy a Cocktial Tour here. Traverse through on a Segway or a bicycle and take in the famous sights and attractions of this culturally and historically rich city of the country. New Orleans offers an old world charm with the excitement of the present for the traveller with wanderlust.
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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras

Participate in the most lively and vibrant celebration that takes place in New Orleans every year—Mardi Gras. The festivities begin on the 12th night post Christmas and last for several weeks. Witness several parades featuring magnificent costumes, Mardi Gras beads, masks, and delicious king cakes. All the parades are woven to reveal the history of this great event dating back to the 1700s and have a unique theme attached to them. Choose your costume, cheer for the colourful parade, and gaze in awe at the elaborately ornamented floats. To cherish memories of this joyous parade, buy a Mardi Gras bead necklace or mask from a souvenir shop.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City French Quarter

French Quarter

Vieux Carre, more famously known as the French Quarter, is the oldest neighbourhood in New Orleans. A walk here brings history back to life; this is where the French traded in 1718. The highlight is the architectural grandeur of the various buildings along the streets. Marvel at the finely decorated balconies with ironwork, lovely green courtyards and fountains. Grab a drink in one of the many restaurants here. The neighbourhood is also dotted with music venues and makes up for an enchanting evening. Stroll down the French Market and pick up a souvenir. Book a guided tour that showcases the neighbourhood’s rich history and architecture.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Jackson Square

Jackson Square

Jackson Square is located in the centre of the French Quarter. A popular tourist spot, explore the various historic buildings surrounding the square. These include the St. Louis Cathedral, the Presbytere and Cabildo (Louisiana State Museums) and the charming Lower and Upper Pontalba Apartments, the oldest apartment buildings in the country. Watch the artists create beautiful paintings and sketches. Admire the wonderful display of their artworks around the iron fence as you enjoy a walk in this open-air artist colony. Grab a seat in one of the many restaurants here and soak in the serenity of this place.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Audubon Zoo

Audubon Zoo

Spanning an area of 58 acres, the Audubon Zoo is located in the historic Uptown New Orleans. With over 2,000 animals, the zoo ranks amongst the best in the country. Visit the two unique natural habitat exhibits—the Louisiana Swamp where you can learn about the Cajun people and their lifestyle and Jaguar Jungle that give insights about the Mayan civilization. Some of the most endangered animals housed here are the Amur leopards, Orangutans, white tigers, white alligators, and others. Engage in daily activities such as presentations, feeding times and educator chats. Come and discover the unique habitats of various animals at the Audubon Zoo.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City National WWII Museum

National WWII Museum

Situated in the centre of the city, the National WWII Museum focuses on the contribution made by world leaders and ordinary people with extraordinary courage who defended the nation from powerful wartime enemies. Interactive, oral histories and personal vignettes enable visitors to understand and experience the war time scenes. Browse through over 100,000 artefacts in the museum's vault including Allied and Axis uniforms, weaponry, vehicles, medals, diaries, letters, artwork, photographs, and other mementos. The museum also boasts of a noteworthy collection of memoirs of wartime experiences and accounts by veterans.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City New Orleans City Park

New Orleans City Park

Spanning an area of 1,300 acres, this is one of the oldest urban parks in the USA. Enjoy a walk in this colourful Botanical Garden blooming with flowers. Explore the fascinating art pieces in the open-air Besthoff Sculpture Garden. Go jogging or simply lie down on the grass and read a book. There are plenty of fun-filled activities for the whole family to indulge in, such astennis courts, an 18-hole golf course, the ever popular Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, and more. Marvel at the centuries-old oak trees that are the most iconic feature of this green oasis.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Audubon  Aquarium of the Americas

Audubon Aquarium of the Americas

The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas features a fascinating display of over 15,000 sea creatures of 600 species. Marvel at an exotic mix of payara piranhas, pacu fish, freshwater stingrays, and many more rainforest sea creatures at the Amazon Rainforest. Gaze at the unique jelly fish at the Jelly Gallery. Spot a clownfish, royal blue Tangs and lionfish in the Living in Water exhibit. Watch the playful sea otters, the elegant seahorses, mischievous penguins or touch a stingray at the Stingray Touchpool. There is also a shark touch pool! Go ahead and touch it while also gaining fascinating insights from the naturalist about this deadly creature.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Garden District

Garden District

The Garden District, noteworthy for its fine collection of antebellum mansions and beautifully landscaped gardens, is one of the most picturesque neighbourhoods in New Orleans. Embark on a free self-guided walked tour of this district that has featured in many Hollywood blockbusters. Head to the intersection of Prytania Street and Washington Avenue, where you will find numerous cafés and shops buzzing with activity. Explore the Lafayette Cemetery No. 1, the city’s oldest and most beautiful cemetery and learn interesting historical facts about it. Enjoy a brunch and indulge in some retail therapy at Magazine Street that is dotted with art galleries and vintage boutique stores.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Royal Street

Royal Street

Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in the city that runs through the French Quarter. Walk down this lovely street that is speckled with historic buildings, antique shops, art galleries, and heritage hotels. The perfect place for shopping; find some rare pieces of furniture, relics, shoes, silver jewellery, designer clothes and more. From 11 am to 4 pm the street is a pedestrian-only zone, enjoy live entertainment by street artists playing jazz music and performing acrobats. Sit in a quaint café or in the outdoor seating area of a restaurant and spend a relaxed afternoon here. Dig into some delicious snacks while admiring the well-preserved architecture. Do carry your camera along!

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Mardi Gras World

Mardi Gras World

Can’t attend Mardi Gras? Fret not, head to Mardi Gras World and experience the feel of the festival all-year round. Take a guided tour of the largest float designing and building facility of the world and gain insights on the history of this famous festival. Get a peek into the painstaking efforts that go behind making this event a huge success year after year. Witness the artisans create floats that are used in the final parades. Immerse yourself in the fun-filled spirit of the festival as you try out a costume and take pictures with the magnificent floats in the backdrop.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street has quite a contrasting appeal. On one hand it is steeped in history with the many historical buildings dating back to the 17th century. On the other hand it boasts of some of the liveliest Burlesque Clubs, DJs, bars, and jazz venues. Marvel at the authentic French architecture of Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop that was one of the few structures saved from the Great New Orleans Fire of 1788. It also has some of the hippest bars in the city. Enjoy a live jazz show, befriend the locals and sip on a recommended local spirit in one of the many bars, clubs here.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)

New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA)

This museum is an art lover’s fantasy. Located in the City Park, NOMA displays fine works of art ranging from the ancient to modern times. The museum boasts of a collection of close to 40,000 objects. The most outstanding collection is that of French and American art, photography, glass, and African and Japanese works. Take a stroll in the adjoining Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden featuring over 60 sculptures beautifully placed along footpaths, lagoons, oaks, pines, and bridges. Other noteworthy exhibits include paintings and sculptures by world-famous artists such as Picasso, Braque, Dufy, and Miro.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Shopping on Magazine Street

Shopping on Magazine Street

Magazine Street is a Mecca for shopaholics. Feel the infectious mood of the people exploring the various antique shops, art galleries, chic boutiques, and coffee shops lined on this six-mile long stretch. Shop for silverware, eye glasses, accessories, antiques, scented candles, ladies fashion apparel, items of European origin, and more. A Mecca for art lovers, you can get everything here from paintings to sculptures, to contemporary art. Men, women and children’s apparel stores too are lined here. Look out for sales, exclusive offers, happy hours, and trunk shows as well.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Louisiana Children's Museum

Louisiana Children's Museum

Spread across two floors and covering more than 30,000 sq ft, Louisiana Children's Museum is packed with a lot of fun things to do for the kids. The interactive exhibits relating to art, music, science, math, and health are sure to enthral them. Let the kids be agile at Body Works that has climbing walls, mountain peaks and more. They will gain fascinating insights about magnets, light and more in Fetch (museum exhibit). For those with an artistic bent of mind, there is Art Trek, toddler games at First Adventures and many other exhibits that cater to different age groups and varied interests.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Preservation Hall

Preservation Hall

Established in 1961, the Preservation Hall hosts original New Orleans jazz music every evening between 8 pm to 11 pm. Listen to New Orleans original jazz music orchestrated by some of the most passionate music bands in the country. Check out the events calendar and book your tickets to enjoy a hair-raising concert that will leave you mesmerised. Here, time stands still as the renowned performers showcase their musical feat and entertain visitors. If you love music, any kind of music, this is not to be missed. A 45 minutes show may seem short, but it’s all worth it.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City St. Louis Cathedral

St. Louis Cathedral

St. Louis Cathedral is the most iconic structures of New Orleans. Nestled in the picturesque French Quarters and facing the Jackson Square, this cathedral is one of the most prized possessions of the city. Marvel at the stunning stained-glass windows, paintings and the eye-catching Rococo-style altar. Take a self-guided tour or book a guided one and gain insights about the rich history and architecture of this religious place that is regarded as one of the most important ones in the country. Admire the Renaissance Spanish Colonial style architecture of the cathedral that looks particularly stunning in the evening when it is illuminated.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Mercedes-Benz Superdome

Located in the busy Central Business District of New Orleans is the 13-acre Mercedes-Benz Superdome. It is a sports as well as a exhibition venue that has hosted performances by some of the most well-known international artists such as Beyonce, Guns N' Roses, numerous music festivals, and also, sports events. Admire the 83 m dome, which has a multi-ringed frame and is regarded as one of the most recognisable landmarks of USA. Look at the events calendar and catch a spectacular music show or football matches here.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City  Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

For those who appreciate art, Ogden Museum of Southern Art is a feast for the eyes. Admire an impressive collection of over 4,000 art works including paintings, watercolours, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, wood and craft. The theme is primarily Southern Art and reveals the rich culture, history and heritage of American South from 1733 to the present. Take a docent-led tour available at the museum on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month. Witness the museum's renowned music series every Thursday night and be entertained by true southern style music.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Louisiana State Museum

Louisiana State Museum

The Louisiana State Museum is an ensemble of everything historic about New Orleans. It comprises of a total of 13 properties including historic structures, museums and modern purpose-built buildings dotting the city. The ones that you must definitely visit are the Presbytère and the Cabildo buildings. These two buildings fringe the Jackson Square in French Quarter. Cabildo was the official seat of the former state government until 1853 and later transformed into a museum. Explore the various artefacts in Cabildo displaying a rich collection of the state’s history and culture. Marvel at the architectural beauty of Presbytère—a fine example of colonial Spanish architecture.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SoFAB)

Southern Food and Beverage Museum (SoFAB)

Discover the unique food culture of the South at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum. This fascinating museum shares and celebrates a potpourri of cultures that has enhanced the South’s culinary scene. Within the premises of SoFAB is the Museum of the American Cocktail’s (MOTAC). At the restaurant inside you can relish delicious flavours of the South and some other innovative dishes by experienced chefs. Marvel at an interesting collection of traditional bartending tools and equipments, antique bar glasses, old drink menu cards, and more at MOTAC.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Woldenberg Park

Woldenberg Park

Located along the magnificent Mississippi River, enjoy a pleasant walk or jog in Woldenberg Park where a gentle cool breeze blows almost every morning. Or, indulge in a bike ride while taking in the serene nature. Read a book or enjoy a picnic spread with your family here. Marvel at the many sculptures here and simply relax gazing at the ships on the river. The park also hosts a number of concerts in the outdoor amphitheatre through the year; the April Festival features music performances by the best performers of the city.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Famous Door Club

Famous Door Club

Enjoy a night out at Famous Door Club. It is one of the best rock music club and bars in New Orleans located on Bourbon Street. Dance to the music spun by the live DJ, sip on your favourite drink at the cocktail lounge, and enjoy the warm hospitality here. Opened in 1934, it is the oldest club on Bourbon Street and is a real crowd puller. This club has seen some of the most admired artists play live music. Great music and inexpensive drinks, the Famous Door Club offers a perfect combination for an amazing night.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Mississippi River Cruise

Mississippi River Cruise

There are a number of cruises departing from New Orleans that takes you sailing over the Mississippi River. These cruises last anywhere from two hours to two days depending on the type of cruise you choose. Book a two-hour dinner cruise on a steamboat. Sail along the serene Mississippi River while enjoying the dazzling New Orleans skyline. On board, listen to the pleasant live jazz music along with your family or partner. Relish a delicious dinner onboard while enjoying great views of the city and soulful jazz music.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo

Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo

You may or may not believe in black magic, however, a visit to the fascinating Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo is a must. Follow your curiosity and explore this shop that also has a small museum and a shrine. Check out the various tribal masks and statues depicting the psychic connection of various voodoo practitioners from around the world. For those of you keen on receiving more knowledge about this field, listen to the spiritual readings by the lady in black. She shares her deep knowledge of this subject with visitors from 12 noon till closing time daily.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Po' boy Submarine Sandwich

Po' boy Submarine Sandwich

Po' boy or poor boy is a submarine sandwich that is an integral part for any local here. This classic home speciality dates back to the Great Depression Period when a bunch of workers opened a small shop selling these juicy and sumptuous sandwiches. Little did they know that it would become so famous and be eternally etched in the culinary diet of the city. Bite into this sandwich made of French bread and stuffed with fried shrimp, oysters, catfish, soft-shell crab, or roast beef smothered in gravy. Some of the best places to enjoy this delicious snack are Parkway Bakery and Tavern, Mother's Restaurant, Killer Poboys, and Frankie & Johnny's.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Cocktail Tour

Cocktail Tour

Book a New Orleans Original Cocktail Walking Tour with Grayline (tour operator). Meet at the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office and embark on a 2.5-hr tour of sampling and learning about the history of New Orleans' various cocktails. Marvel at the stunning architecture of the various buildings in French Quarter and follow your guide into one of the bars here. Your knowledgeable guide will enlighten you with fun facts about the city’s centuries‐old cocktails. You will also visit a historic wine cellar and dining room. The best and oldest drinks include the Sazerac and Pimm’s Cup. Fret not, you will get ample of opportunity to sample both of these.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Frenchmen Street

Frenchmen Street

Soak in the local culture and sway to the tunes of Jazz, Latin, Blues, and Reggae being played at the many clubs on Frenchmen Street. It is just a stone's throw away from Bourbon Street and French Quarter. You will notice maximum crowd gathered around the Faubourg Marigny neighbourhood. This is the venue that features a diverse range of music every day of the week. Join the crowd and dance the night away. There are quite a few eateries that are open late into the night on Frenchmen Street, so indulge in a late night snack here.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Southern Seaplane Tour

Southern Seaplane Tour

Enjoy a bird's eye view of the wonderful landscape that makes up New Orleans and its surrounding region. Book an aerial tour with Southern Seaplanes to enjoy panoramic views of the wetland and marshes. Pick from a number of tours such as Bayou Tour, Save Our Coast Tour, Cajun Heritage Tour, and Fort Pike Tour. The flight time is about 30 min to one hour depending on the tour you take. Each tour offers a mix of nature, wildlife and a glimpse into the delicate ecosystem of the Louisiana swampland.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Bike Tour

Bike Tour

Discover the city's rich history, breathtaking architecture and picturesque parks with the dazzling Mississippi River flowing by on an exciting bike ride. Lasting for about three and half hours, the tour covers a ride to some of the city’s popular neighbourhoods. View the French Quarter, Treme Neighborhood, Faubourg Marigny, Esplanade Avenue, among others. Your guide will acquaint you with the city's jazz culture, the tombs of the 1854 St. Louis Cemetery No. 3 and the musical vibes that permeate in Faubourg Marigny. Ride along the lush green City Park or Louis Armstrong Park and surround yourself with nature.

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TraveLibro United States of America New Orleans Featured City Segway Tour

Segway Tour

Book the classic New Orleans Segway Tour that lasts for about three hours. Begin with a short session of learning to use the machine and then set out to explore the city along with your guide. Ride through the architecturally marvellous French Quarter, the pristine Mississippi River Front and the culturally rich Treme Neighborhood boasting of some of the finest jazz venues. Admire the beauty of the historic Jackson Square, the lively Bourbon Street with quaint Creole cottages and hip clubs, and more. If it is the Segway ride that fascinates you more than the history and culture of the city, then consider this two-hour express tour.

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