Expert Travel Advice to New Orleans

Top Answers To New Orleans Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user asked:
    Anonymous user answered:
    The Big Easy typically slashes rates and offers loads of freebies during the first three weeks of December. Visit a site like http://fqfi.org/christmas for seasonal specials.
  • Anonymous user asked:
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    when is the jazz fest this year?
    Anonymous user answered:
    April 29-May 8
  • Kate answered:
    I think it depends on how you define "safe." New Orleans is a city with the obvious pros and cons that come with that. In most cases, if you use common sense, you'll be fine. Don't walk down dark, lonely streets. Don't count cash in public. Things like that. But Orleans Street is in the heart of the Quarter, and chances are good that there will be plenty of people around at most hours. I've been to NOLA more times than I can count and have never been so much as pick-pocketed.
  • Chuck answered:
    What to do depends on your age and what you like to do. Some definite must do's: take a walk along Bourbon Street and Royal Street, ride the streetcar down St. Charles Ave, visit the French Market, eat beignets at Cafe du Monde, walk along the Mississippi River on the Moonwalk, see the St. Louis Cathedral and Jackson Square. If you are staying in the city of New Orleans; all these are within walking distance. Other things to do: visit the aquarium, insectarium, or any of the museums. (pick up a visitors guide at the airport or a hotel for a small map and list of all things to do). A walk around the French Quarter......the small streets, balconies, and interesting architecture will relax your soul. Interesting restaurant Sylvain at 625 Chartres. Take a short trip to Magazine Street for shopping and lunch. Enjoy...... Enjoy

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