New Orleans- “The City of Happenings”

New Orleans is a major port in United States and the largest city and metropolitan area in the state of Louisiana. It is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife, accommodation and many more. The root of jazz and a blossoming culture New Orleans founded in 1718 and is the nation’s oldest cities. New Orleans has an atmosphere rich with a mix of French sophistication, Creole, African-American, Caribbean, Irish, Haitian, German, and Vietnamese.

New Orleans is known for host of many attributes like its famous Creole food, abundant alcohol, music of many styles, nearby swamps and plantations, 18th & 19th century architecture, antiques, gay pride, streetcars, museums. New Orleans has nicknamed the Big Easy. The city also offers many attractions for families with children and those interested in culture and the arts. It is a city with a majority Roman Catholic population owing to its European origins.

The most famous festivals like Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest attracts millions of tourists. The city also hosts numerous smaller festivals and gatherings like the French Quarter Festival, Creole Tomato Festival, Satchmo SummerFest, the Essence Festival hosted by the magazine, Halloween parading and costume balls, Saint Patrick’s Day and Saint Joseph’s Day parading, Southern Decadence, and so many more.

Things that you must do and visit in New Orleans:-

jakson square

Jackson Square: - It is a historical park in the French Quarter on New Orleans, Louisiana. It was declared National Historic Landmark in year 1960. And the American Planning Association designated Jackson Square as a one of America’s Great Public Spaces. At the Square’s crown there are three 18th-century architectural glories: the Cabildo ( a former city hall where the Louisiana Purchase was signed), St. Louis Cathedral and the Presbytere. In this you can watch showcasing Living with Hurricanes, Katrina and beyond, a fascinating exhibit on the infamous storm.

Magazine Street: - Royal Street and its antique shops attract many visitors. Stores to explore include Derby Pottery for its handmade tiles and Crescent City water-meter clocks, Hemline for its local fashion sense and sensibility, Dirty Coast for localized, graphic T-shirts, Louisiana for jewelry and Perlis, a preppy clothing store known for its crawfish-logo polo shirts.

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras: - Mardi Gras is the biggest free party in the world. Everyone must experience at least once. If you were seen it on TV, then you know nothing about Mardi Gras. Come see for yourself.

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival

New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: - New Orleans other major event that is not to be missed is The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. And is held on the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May and attracts artists and visitors from all over the world.

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Ogden Museum of Southern Art: - The Ogden Museum of Southern Art and its collections of paintings, photography, and ceramics from below the Mason-Dixon Line are located in the city’s Warehouse District. Go late on a Thursday for the chance to enjoy Ogden after Hours, when local musicians play while patrons dance, drink, and mingle in the galleries.

Food and Drinks: - When you come to New Orleans leave your diet schedules at home. New Orleans is home to a wildly eclectic selection of iconic drinks. Most famous drinks are the Sazerac, the Obituary Cocktail, and the Ramos gin fizz. And the famous food is Creole food, Gumbo, Jambalaya, Andouille, Po-Boy, Red Beans with Rice and many more that you must try when you visit New Orleans.


Shopping: - From the French Quarter to Magazine Street, New Orleans offers an array of retail choices like The Shops at Canal Place, Saks Fifth Avenue, The Riverwalk, Jax Brewery and also hundreds of boutiques, art galleries and antique stores throughout the city along. Tax-free shopping offers international visitors even more reasons to experience New Orleans.


Enjoy Nightlife: - New Orleans offers many nightlife options from incredible live music on Frenchmen Street to cocktails parties. Harrah’s Casino caters to the high rollers at heart and the city is home to slick nightclubs. So come, leave the stress of your everyday life behind put on your dancing shoes and get ready to have the great time of your life.

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