FRENCH QUARTER TOUR
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French Quarter Tours

Soak in the vibrant atmosphere of New Orleans’ most famous area and book French Quarter tours. Roam the elegant streets, enjoy rides on horse-drawn carriages, admire the eclectic mix of architectural styles, visit the legendary Bourbon Street and more. Choose from a veritable panoply of tours ranging from informative walking tours to pub crawls, paddle wheeler sojourns to thrilling nocturnal romps in search of ghosts and vampires. Explore the streets with enthusiastic and friendly guides in tow and see the historic monuments, tuck into sumptuous meals at the restaurants and enjoy live music at the jazz clubs. Book well in advance for the best rates and select a tour that’s perfect for you.
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Our tips for French Quarter Tour

  • Bourbon Street can get pretty wild and crowded after dark. If visiting in the evening, keep your wits about you and keep your wallet safe.
  • You can also head down Royal and make your way over to Frenchmen Street for the best entertainment in the city.
  • Wear comfortable shoes: There’s a lot of walking to be done so make sure that you strap on a pair of comfy walking shoes. The French Quarter is best explored on foot.
  • You can drink on the streets of the French Quarter but don’t make the mistake of carrying a glass bottle with you. You must consume alcoholic beverages from a plastic to-go cup.

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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 in February to May for the most pleasant weather.

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