1. New Orleans French Quarter
A place where you can find yourself surrounded by both the past and the present. Considered New Orleans’s historic heart, the French Quarter is known for its colorful buildings and their cast-iron balconies which only adds to its bright nightlife scene. Now the home of a French Market, modern boutiques, antique stores, and old restaurants, the French Quarter has something for everyone who visits.
2. New Orleans Swamp Tours
3. The National World War II Museum
4. Steamboat Natchez
Visitors can board the last authentic steamboat on the Mississippi River when they step foot on the Steamboat Natchez. Guests can experience live historic and port narration while enjoying the option of New Orleans favorite meals and beverages. Each cruise features a traditional jazz trio and professional New Orleans musicians, depending on the time of day. With three cruises to choose from, guests are sure to have a great time on the mighty Mississippi.
5. New Orleans Cuisine
Perhaps one of the most known calling cards of New Orleans is the culture of good food. Restaurants, such as Coterie Nola and Café Du Monde, are run by New Orleans locals, taking pride in serving the most authentic dishes. Whether it be savory crawfish etouffee or sweet French style donuts, visitors are sure to find a meal that satisfies their tastebuds.