Lake Pontchartrain is not a freshwater lake, but a saltwater lake like Utah's more famous Great Salt Lake. It is the largest lake in Louisiana, and owes its name to a French explorer. In the 50's and 60's, several bridges were built
The whole course of the Mississippi from New Orleans to Lafayette / Baton Rouge, the banks of the great river are dotted with plantations that can be visited or are now hotels. This is the most impressive with its row of three
One of the best experiences you can have in a new city is looking for the unique elements of its culture. Louisiana is known worldwide for its Cajun Creole cuisine, and no visit to New Orleans would be complete without sampling some!
Located in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans, perpendicular to the famous Bourbon Street, Saint Louis is one of our favorite neighborhoods. It is home to some of the most beautiful facades in the city, with wrought iron
The New Orleans Museum of Art (in New Orleans) allows the visitor to enter a world of art and is located minutes from the French Quarter . The New Orleans Museum of Art, is one of the best art museums in the South Gulf and includes
This magnificent sculpture garden is part of the New Orleans Museum of Art. I highly recommend visiting the garden and the adjacent museum. You can have a picnic here or take a pedal boat on the nearby lake. To make the day just
The educational mission of the Foundation is to restore the home and preserve the legacy of Edgar Degas (in New Orleans and the world). The Edgar Degas Foundation is a nonprofit organization. All proceeds are tax deductible, including
Located in the heart of Faubourg Marigny, on the edge of the French Quarter of New Orleans, Esplanade Avenue is one of the district's main streets. You can enjoy the remarkable facades of the tall buildings, and admire the lush
Situated in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana, the Conservation Guild Museum, is primarily an establishment which specialises in the conservation and restoration of damaged pieces, and research into Fine Arts and Antiques. This
Marking the western boundary of the French Quarter, Canal Street is one of the main avenues of the city of New Orleans. Lined with palm trees, and with its old-fashioned streetcars and beautiful French and Spanish facades, it has an
New Orleans is essentially a Catholic city. Unlike other states, where evangelical religions are more popular, Louisiana is full of Catholic churches, and this is one of them. Founded in 1842, it was a prayer house for slaves and
Beginning on the beautiful Canal Street (as its name suggests!), the Canal Streetcar Line is a tram that has become a real icon of New Orleans, and is convenient and pleasant to use. It serves the north of the city, including the
Located on the edge of the French Quarter of New Orleans, bounded by the famous Canal Street with its unmistakable red tram, the Convention District is a neighborhood that we loved exploring. It has an international feel, with malls
Located in the southwest of New Orleans, the most dynamic and famous city in Louisiana (not the state capital, though), the Garden District is one of the main attractions of the city, and one of the nicest as well. We love the long
Located in the east of the French Quarter of New Orleans not far from the historic center, Marigny Faubourg is one of the most surprising and friendly districts in the city. Pretty affected by Katrina, it was rebuilt and is gradually
In the heart of the French Quarter of the city of New Orleans, just a few steps from the famous Bourbon Street where alcohol flows freely and where music plays day and night, Chartres Street offers visitors a moment's respite from the
If you walk through the French Market, you'll reach a dead-end road. Look to your right, and you'll find yourself right in front of the Louis Armstrong Park. As you'd expect from the name, this park has a musical theme that fits this
Many of those who visit the Louis Armstrong Park are unaware of its significance. Within it, hidden behind a fence, with almost nothing to point out its significance, is the house where the great Louis Armstrong was born. Almost all
Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, on the main avenue of the Bourbon Street district, what a surprise it was to find this house, which seems to have been transported from a different era. With its wood and brick facade, it
Located just opposite the beautiful Ursuline Convent, at 1113 Chartres Street, the Beauregard-Keyes House and Gardens is one of the most important houses in the street, and deserves a little look. We love its classical facade,
Located at the intersection of Chartres Street and Rue des Ursulines (what could be more logical?) The Ursuline Convent is one of the main historical monuments of the city. Remarkable for its classical architecture, it was built in
The Saint Louis Cemetery is definitely worth a visit. They have group tours led by a guide (during both day and night) that tell you about the history, voodoo legends and the famous people that are buried there. Divided into three
Around the French market, there are statues representing characters from everyday New Orleans. Here, we find Martha, described as a client of the market. Her basket is full, and she seems a little melancholy in her Victorian dress.
Located at the southern end of the French Quarter of New Orleans, at number 1025 Decatur Street and very close to the French market, Santa's Quarter is a small shop that is certainly worth a visit if you're in the neighborhood. Here
Located in the heart of the French Quarter on the iconic Bourbon Street, the Marie Laveau House of Voodoo is definitely a shop like no other. Named after the high priestess of voodoo that was buried here in New Orleans, the store
The party on Bourbon Street rages 24 hours a day. Horse-mounted police march alongside dancing locals and partying tourists. There are also some good seafood restaurants serving up Louisiana cuisine in a festive atmosphere.
Occupying the entire South Western French Quarter of New Orleans, just a few meters from the Mississippi, the French market is, as its name suggests, a market which proves a nice, enjoyable place to visit. You can find stalls selling
Through the French Quarter and in particular the city of New Orleans in general, Mississippi River, the third biggest river in the world in terms of size and length, flows peacefully. We like the relative calm that it brings to the
If you're in New Orleans, stop by the Rock 'N' Bowl for a different sort of evening from 8:30pm onwards. It's a bowling alley, dance floor and organic restaurant next to Ye Olde College Inn (owned by the same family). The bowling
This is the most interesting part of New Orleans,here you can see the buildings built by the Spanish and French more than two centuries go. Do not forget to walk after 6 pm on Bourbon St. The atmosphere is amazing. It must be seen to
Among the statues in the French market, Jacques the butcher has his mouth open, probably frozen as he offers his meat to passersby. This bronze statue is the work of sculptor Eric Kaposta and was built in 1983 at the request of the
The third statue in tribute to the ordinary people of the French market is dedicated to Michelle, a young woman sitting barefoot on the edge of a fountain. In short shorts and a shirt, she seems quite relaxed, but her face shares the
Nestled in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans, Preservation Hall seems unspectacular during the day (we passed by without even realizing it). But at night it comes alive as the most famous jazz club in the city. At number
You can't leave New Orleans without trying the famous "hurricane" at Pat O'Brien's. It's a cocktail that's half rum, mixed with the house's secret blend ... if you like it, you can buy a bag of the powder and, when you get home, just
Located in New Orleans, the Louisiana State Museum, stands out as a complex of national landmarks housing thousands of artifacts and works of art. It reflects Louisiana's legacy of historical events and cultural diversity. Collections
A little bit lost among the bars and quirky shops of Old Square, dedicated to sex, voodoo, or Mardi Gras, A & P is a small shop offering fresh fruit and vegetables, a rarity here! And there's everything you need for a picnic on the
Located in the heart of the French Quarter of New Orleans and facing the very pretty Jackson Square, St. Louis Cathedral is one of the main historical monuments of the city, and deserves a visit. It was built in the early 18th century
In the heart of the French Quarter, close to the French market and just steps from the Mississippi River and the famous shop Aunt Sally's Creole Pralines, Belle Louisiana is a charming gift shop. Tourists may first come in here for
Hidden away in a small street behind the Cathedral and Jackson Square, and not easy to find at first, the Pirate's Alley Cafe is a nice little bar, almost secret, that we love in New Orleans. Far from the noise of the famous Bourbon
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