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Visit NOLA – New Orleans Roaming Notes


New Orleans

No matter the time of year, New Orleans ( NOLA ) welcomes its visitors in a grand way to experience Caribbean, Spanish, French and African cultures colliding in a brilliant explosion of flavors, emotions and sounds. Music is everywhere, people live to eat and every day is a party here in the birthplace of jazz, which is also home to Creole cuisine, centuries-old Spanish oak trees and clacking streetcars. With a unique combination of city life, swamp tours, festivals, historical significance and revelry during Mardi Gras, New Orleans has the recipe to captivate everyone.

Start location: New Orleans, LA
End Location: New Orleans, LA

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  • Vacation Style Family Friendly, Midwest to Southeast, New Orleans, United States, Year Round
    • Activity Level Easy
    • Duration 5 Days 4 Nights
    All about the Visit NOLA – New Orleans Roaming Notes.

    Visit NOLA

    This itinerary will enable you to explore New Orleans’s history, shopping, or just for fun!

    From the moment you arrive at New Orleans, you will immediately notice the warm welcome the city has on its visitors in a grand way to experience Caribbean, Spanish, French and African cultures colliding in a brilliant explosion of flavors, emotions and sounds. Much of that multicultural history is apparent in the city’s architecture, anecdotes, and incredible cuisine.

    Experience NOLA on foot, bus, and steam boat, and see why many people say it is easy to love and hard to leave this unique southeastern city of New Orleans.

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    Distance to other Cities:

    for references only
    • New Orleans – Houston ( 560km / 348mi )
    • New Orleans – New York City ( 1880km / 1168mi )
    • New Orleans – Los Angeles ( 2686km / 1668mi )
    • New Orleans – Miami ( 1076km / 669mi )

    – Trip Highlights –

    discover why it is easy to love and hard to leave New Orleans.

    Live Music, Local Tours, Museums

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    * This itinerary is a self-drive package, it can be created to suit your travel interests, time frame, and budget. Please contact our travel specialists for your customized package.

    Note: If you require a car rental, please let us know and we will be glad to assist you!

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    Private & Customizable

    You can see what you want, when you want, how you want. A trip that’s perfectly timed and well organized.

    Unique Experience

    Experiences that help you take in the region in a different way, and advice to help you get the most out of your trip.

    Freedom to Explore

    Time to enjoy and take in each place. Add days in places you want to explore. Do only the activities you want to do.

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    1. Day 1 Welcome to NOLA

      Upon arrival in New Orleans, your tour guide will greet you at the airport lobby, and you will be transferred to your hotel for check-in.

      Depending on the time of your arrival, feel free to explore the city and its surroundings at your leisure.

        Accommodation suggestion
      Hampton Inn & Suites New Orleans – Convention Centre (3 ) or more selective

    2. Day 2 Steamboat Tour & Swamp Tour

      Day 2 of your experiencebegins with the one and only New Orleans Steamboat tour. The two hour ride onboard the The Riverboat CITY of NEW ORLEANS is the best way and quickest way to be graced by this city unique characteristics, with live jazz and local cuisines.

      In the afternoon, head out for an other New Orleans special with Swamp Tour. The Swamp and Airboat Tours explores Louisiana’s back country along its meandering bayous abundant with wildlife and exotic plant life.

    3. Day 3 NOLA City & History Tour

      Day 3, you will embark on a New Orleans city tour in the morning and discover that New Orleans is so much more than Bourbon Street, or even a French Quarter experience. It is a city of proudly distinct neighbourhoods with their own unique history, culture, and things to do.

      In the afternoon, visit The National World War II Museum and through exhibits, multimedia experiences, and thousands of personal accounts, the National WWII Museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations can understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.

    4. Day 4 The French Connection

      Today, you will taker a deeper dive into one of the most infamous neighbourhood of New Orleans, the French Quarter. It is often referred to as the crown jewel of New Orleans, and one of the most historic region of NOLA. From The Jackson Square to the French Market, select from one the many types of tours that will enlight you with knowledge or experiences of NOLA’s coloured past.

      In the evening, watch as the streets transforms with neon glows as the sun goes down, and experience more of NOLA’s intimate atmosphere. Or if you want a change of pace, head to the Riverway Outlet and shop from selective brand names and enjoy the savings!

    5. Day 5 All Good Things...

      On your last day here in NOLA, upon checking out of our hotel, we invite you down to the Oak Alley Plantation and be vowed by this picturesque National Historic Landmark.

      With an emphasis on its time as a sugar plantation, visitors are invited to walk under its iconic alley, explore its exhibits: Slavery at Oak Alley, the ‘Big House’, Sugarcane Theater, People of Oak Alley and the Blacksmith Shop and leave with a better understanding of this plantation’s complex history.

      Afterwards, as your trip concludes, you will be transferred to New Orleans’ Louis Armstrong Airport to board your plane home.

    New Orleans French Quarter
    New Orleans - Jackson Square