Embark on a tour in New Orleans to discover this colorful southern gem in its full glory. This vivacious city, where jazz flows through the street, truly comes alive at night. However, there’s so many things to see and do no matter when you’re in town. With a history dating back to the 18th century, amazing food and incredible sights, it’s one not to be missed – especially with discounts like ours. Check out our New Orleans tour specials today.
My sister and I took this tour back in March. We had a great time and our tour guide provided us with a lot of information. Would definitely recommend it.
Our guide Stella was great. I loved her enthusiasm and the amount of knowledge of the area she had. Lots of history, interesting homes and places.
Was a great experience. Our tour guide, Trevor the pirate, was very funny and the stories were great.
Pro Tip: Once you’ve done a New Orleans tour by bus or foot, why not do it by taste? No trip to the city is complete without sampling beignets – the city’s finest foodie triumph. These French donuts sprinkled with sugar are a staple of NOLA culture. To taste the best of the best, head to Cafe du Monde in the French Quarter – the city’s most famous beignet shop.
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There are so many reasons why New Orleans should be top of your travel list. It's a vibrant and eccentric city bursting with things to do.
Visitors can enjoy the carnival excitement with Mardi Gras or sit back and listen to jazz in the genre's birthplace. Or why not step back in time and trace back the city's Voodoo past with a tour of the French Quarter?
Whether you want a burst of colorful fun or experience the formative years of the city, New Orleans has it all to offer.
New Orleans tour packages will range in price depending on the type of tour. However, you can generally expect to pay between $20 and $100 per person.
There are few better tours than exploring New Orleans by foot. It can be one of the less expensive options, and it will give you more time to explore the hidden gems of the city than you would have on a bus tour, for example.
Sign up for historical sightseeing for small groups, get a glimpse into the city's darker side with a ghost walk, or go on a boat tour, where you can get a look at the bright lights from a completely new angle.
New Orleans is great to visit at any time of the year, with so much to see and do regardless of the time you choose to swing by. However, you might prefer to visit between February and May, when the weather is milder and the Mardi Gras celebrations are in full swing.
The best time to come to NOLA will depend on what you want to get out of your visit. For example, November and December sees the light up in all new ways as the holiday season gets underway. For those who want to soak up the sun, June to August will bring the warmest weather.
There's a reason why New Orleans is filled with fantastically spooky ghost tours – it's well known as one of the most haunted cities in the US. From an above ground graveyard to a history of Voodoo Queens, if all things spooky sounds like fun to you, there's no place quite like NOLA.
Some of the top haunted attractions to visit include:
|Lalaurie Mansion||Cursed house (Inspiration for American Horror Story: Coven)|
|Antoine's Restaurant||Antoine Alciatore still presides over it|
|St. Louis Cemetery No. 1||Burial ground for Marie Laveau, “The Voodoo Queen of New Orlean”.|