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About New Orleans

New Orleans is located along the Mississippi River. It is on the southern region of Louisiana in the United States. The city is renowned for its distinct music, cross-cultural multilingual heritage, amazing Creole and Cajun Cuisines, fresh seafood, great shopping avenues, vibrant farmer markets, unique dialect along with endless opportunities of fun and entertainment is truly a multifaceted city that allures visitors with its charisma and boundless energy. No matter at what time you visit, the calendar of New Orleans overflows in celebrations. Decked with beautiful architecture, vibrant street culture, stunning art galleries and museums etc make the city worth visiting. So plan a holiday trip and fly to New Orleans a city with countless reasons to visit it again and again.

Major Attractions

New Orleans is one of the most unique cities in the United States. Its vibes and passion is just unmatched. From music to food to culture to architecture there is so much to explore and enjoy. Some of its must-see attractions are:-

French Quarter:-Often referred to as Crown Jewel of New Orleans it is the most famous neighbourhood of the city which represents an amalgamation of both old and new. The French Market, stunning architecture, modern boutiques, antique stores, restaurants, and artisan cocktails everything over here is worth visit.

St. Louis Cathedral:- It is among the tallest and most striking structures in the French Quarter with a long and interesting history. It is one of the oldest continuously active Roman Catholic Cathedrals in the country originally built in 1727 dedicated to King Louis 1X of France is truly an international icon worth exploring.

The City Park:-Enjoy a breath of fresh air in New Orleans City Park spreading in more than 1,300 acres and contains numerous attractions. Do visit the New Orleans Museum of Arts and Sculpture Garden, Botanical Garden, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, Storyland and newly added City Splash water Park etc. It has one of the world’s largest stands of the mature live oak tree which is about 800 years old.

Jackson Square:- It is one of the most sought-after National Historic Landmarks of the city nestled in the centre of the French Quarter. Host to numerous events and celebrations it welcomes around 2 million visitors every year. Featured in numerous films and T.V Shows it has earned its name from the bronze statue of Andrew Jackson located in the centre of the square.

The National WWII Museum:-Opened on June 6, 2000, it is one of the most visited museums in the city visited by 2 million visitors from all corners of the world. It is designed by the U.S Congress as America’s official WW II Museum is a must-see for a history lover. Decked with powerful images, artifacts it showcases the sacrifices of the people of America who had participated in the war and their role.

Major Airports in New Orleans

Major Airports serving the area of New Orleans include:

  • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the major international airport owned by the city of New Orleans is 11 miles west of downtown is the primary commercial airport for the New Orleans metropolitan area and southeast of Louisiana.

Major Airlines flying to New Orleans

  • AeroMexico
  • AirTran Airways
  • Allegiant Airways
  • American Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Copa Airlines
  • Condor Airways
  • Choice Air
  • Delta Airlines
  • GLO Airlines
  • JetBlue
  • Southwest Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • US Airways
  • Air Canada
  • Spirit Airlines
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Qatar Airways
  • KLM
  • Virgin Atlantic
  • Air France
  • Alitalia
  • Emirates Airlines
  • Lufthansa

When to book flights for New Orleans

For a perfect holiday trip to New Orleans when you can save the money as well is August and the most expensive month for flight booking to New Orleans in August. From February to April is the peak season with the best weather and due to the city’s two biggest events, Mardi Gras and Jazz Festival.  The months of September and October are the offseason. Heat and humidity drive the residents away from the city. During this time you can get cheap hotels and flights to New Orleans. To ensure the cheapest flights possible to New Orleans book at least 25 days in advance. At present Tuesday is the most economical day to fly to New Orleans and Friday is the most expensive one.

Best time to visit

There is never a single dull moment in the city of New Orleans. Music, food, entertainment, festival etc happens throughout the year. If you are looking for the best time to visit New Orleans then do visit it from February to May when the weather is comfortably cool and the city is preparing for its much awaited festivals Mardi Gras. If you are not interested in the festivals then plan to visit it in December and January when the city is calm and the hotel accommodations are easily available. To save on accommodations and airfare, visit the city in summer and fall.

Useful travel tips

  • On a visit to New Orleans then buy the Go New Orleans Pass, a prepaid sightseeing card that helps you to save time, money and enjoy stress-free sightseeing of the city and gives you free entry to explore more than 25 attractions
  • New Orleans is an easily walkable city and thus there is no reason to rent a car during your visit. You can easily explore the city and access its neighbourhoods on foot or on a bicycle.
  • Alcoholic beverages are available in the city around the clock
  • Don’t pick beads from the ground
  • No matter which month you visit the city, be prepared for rain so pack accordingly.
  • Don’t walk alone in the city after midnight and take proper precautions