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New Orleans Tours and Tickets

With New Orleans tours and tickets, immerse yourself in a land of distinctive Creole cuisine, jazz music, vibrant nightlife, and festivals like Mardi Gras. Touted as the ‘most unique’ city in the United States, New Orleans will leave you awe-struck with its cross-cultural heritage and pop culture. Go on a riveting French Quarter tour and learn about its history and remarkable architecture, enjoy a jazz cruise with your special someone, take a plantation tour, soak in the relaxed vibes of the locals, and much more at Crescent City. There is something for everyone with a range of experiences to things to do in New Orleans that will cater to every kind of traveler such as French Quarter tour, Plantation Tour, and more.
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Our tips for New Orleans

  • Weeknight sessions are always a good idea. Don’t limit your nights out to the standard Friday and Saturday, there are more things to do in New Orleans on a weeknight than on a weekend in a city with ten times the population. Avoid the New Orleans sightseeing riff-raff found on the weekends and head out Monday to Thursday for a more authentic night here.
  • Enjoy the great outdoors. Louisiana is home to some epic natural wonders. Be sure to snap up a New Orleans day trip to the swamps and bayous beyond the city. The swamps’ murky waters are home to 10-ft long alligators, poisonous snakes and lots more.
  • Do voodoo. No New Orleans day trip is complete without discovering the spookier side of the city. The former home and final resting place of Marie Laveau, the world-renowned ‘Queen of Voodoo’ put the St Louis Cemetery on your New Orleans attractions hit list.

Good to know

Located in the southeastern region in the state of Louisiana, New Orleans is a bustling metropolis known for its unique culture, thriving music and art scene, dialects, and delectable Creole cuisine. The city is famous for its annual celebration of Mardi Gras. The French Quarter is located in the heart of the city that is the most popular attraction. It is touted as the ‘most unique’ in the United States and ‘Hollywood South’ owing to its unique role in film production.

New Orleans was founded in 1718 by French colonists. In 1857, the first Mardi Gras celebrations were held in New Orleans. People wear colorful masks during the Mardi Gras float.

The city is also a hotspot for Jazz clubs. The oldest Jazz bar, Preservation Hall, was opened in 1961. The French Quarter is the most visited tourist spot in NOLA which has ghost mansions. Nicknamed as the ‘Crescent City’, New Orleans is also popular for its tombs that rise above the ground.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit New Orleans?

    The South is known for its hot weather, lakes and swamps, and the city of New Orleans is no exception. A relatively hot and sticky city, only the bravest of souls travel to New Orleans during the summer months of July and August when 100-degree (Fahrenheit) temperatures and almost 100% humidity come out to play. When considering what to do in New Orleans, try your luck from February to May for the most pleasant weather.

  • Q: How do I get around New Orleans?

    Finding your way through New Orleans is relatively painless thanks to good transport links and a compact city centre. The city centre can be navigated on foot. However, if you're tired, streetcars (trams) are your best bet, with services running regularly each day. Save your hard-earned dollars and opt for a bicycle over a car hire during your New Orleans day tours. With so many architectural gems to take in, and neighborhoods residing close together, bike riding is the best way to get from A to B quickly and sightsee along the way too.

  • Q: Any tips for staying safe in New Orleans?

    New Orleans is a relatively safe city, though it’s always good to keep your wits about you when visiting a new destination. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch. Scam artists operate throughout New Orleans, and while engaging with locals is a must, do be sure to keep your wits about you. If something seems off, it usually is. As always, keep all your personal belongings safe and secure when in the busy city centre or known tourist sites. Dial 911 in an emergency.

  • Q: What are the shopping options in New Orleans?

    The French Quarter and Magazine Street are known for a vast array of retail choices such as Saks Fifth Avenue, The Shops at Canal Place, The Shops at Jackson Brewery, and so on.

  • Q: What are the best walking tours to take in New Orleans?

    Some of the most popular tours in New Orleans include Ghosts and Spirits Walking Tour, Original Cocktail Walking Tour, Oak Alley Plantation Tour, New Orleans Crimewalk Tours, and so on.

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