New Orleans is the largest city in Louisiana, and one of the most visited cities in the world.
It is the locale of the French Quarter and Canal Street, and features world-class hotels, B&Bs, and vacation rentals.
"The Big Easy" is located on curves on the Mississippi River, and also called "The Crescent City". Downtown is the Caesars Superdome, home of the NFL New Orleans Saints, the Sugar Bowl, and the site of numerous Super Bowls.
New Orleans offers visitors historic streetcars, riverboat rides, museums, zoos, art galleries, shopping, world-class cuisine, and authentic music. Popular attractions include:
The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans
Popular annual events include:
A number of cities and towns are located within easy driving distance of New Orleans, and offer a variety of attractions and things to do!
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Several Louisiana State Parks are located near New Orleansand offer travelers a wide range of outdoor activities. Enjoy camping, fishing, swimming, biking, paddling and picnic areas. Many parks offer cabins, glamping and meeting facilities.
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