Top ways to Experience The French Quarter

The French Quarter is New Orleans’ heart and cultural hub, highly recommended for its great energy, rich history, unique architecture, music, street performers, famous jazz clubs, active nightlife, and the city’s most famous art galleries and restaurants.

French Quarter History Tour

Explore the historical and gastronomic attractions of New Orleans’ renowned French Quarter on this small-group walking tour: it’s the ideal way to get to know the centuries-old area. Choose one of many early departure times and go to the famous neighborhood to begin your tour. Admire the St. Louis Cathedral, explore interesting alleyways, witness street musicians and vendors, and so much more. End at Cafe du Monde, a famous New Orleans institution, with a sugar-dusted beignet and cafĂ© au lait.

New Orleans Food Walking Tour of the French Quarter

Feast your way through the Big Easy with a cuisine tour of New Orleans’ French Quarter, stopping along the route to taste some of the city’s most unique delicacies. Discovering New Orleans food with a guide means getting a behind-the-scenes peek into local kitchens, as well as lots of recommendations for places to eat, drink, and sightsee while in New Orleans. You may also switch to a small-group trip with no more than 12 people. Bring your appetite since everything from beignets to brisket will be available!

City Sightseeing New Orleans Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

This hop-on, hop-off tour covers the whole of New Orleans’ major sights and attractions. Choose a seat on the bus’s open-top or bottom deck as well as enjoy your guide’s remarks as you pass each landmark. The Garden District, Jackson Square, and the French Market are among the destinations. Choose a 1- or 3-day ticket and enjoy walking excursions at numerous convenient landmarks.