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New Orleans

New Orleans is a unique city that represents a particularly radiant and captivating charm; it symbolizes a rhythm of jazz with a pleasant architectural theme.

This city is best known for its French quarter, which offers its visitors a Latin-Creole architectural theme, its famous jazz clubs and its cheerful and lively streets give it a passionate emblem.

Among the must-see places you should discover is the historic center known by the name of the French Quarter or Vieux Carré, first of all you should know that it does not represent French culture as its name suggests, but its architecture indicates the Spanish theme.

However, in order not to miss the chance to discover New Orleans’ must-see places, I invite you to read the rest of the article.

Here are the best places to visit during your stay:

Moon Walk: This walk is adorned by the fabulous dawn boat parade; you can book a walk on a cruise by specifying the duration of your excursion which can go up to several days.

The Art District or Warehouse District: It is an old district that was used to store warehouses, but nowadays it has been renewed and transformed to include the city’s most important museums, art galleries and artists’ studios.

Bourbon Street: In the evening, do not hesitate to visit Bourbon Street or the tribute to the Sun King who was once resided by the famous pirate Jean Laffite, today it presents an incredible collection of bars, jazz clubs and restaurants which also makes New Orleans a city that does not sleep.

Try the famous tramway “named desire”

Taking the ancient Streetcar tourist tramway of New Orleans is the most popular and beautiful way to get around the city and discover the Garden District, which is a district that reflects its name through the many parks and gardens filled with ante-bellum properties. So, go to the intersection of Saint Charles and Carondelet Street to find the starting point of the StreetCar, its magnificent route includes not only Garden District but also the Business District and Avenue Saint Charles where you can admire the dazzling Greek neoclassical style residences.