- This itinerary is for those who want to get a true New Orleans experience, and in the words of New Orleans' Jazz great, Louis Armstrong, to "know what it means to miss New Orleans".
- It includes 3 days of authentic New Orleans' music, food, and culture.
- Visit the historic New Orleans' French Quarter, experience real live New Orleans' style jazz in the most unique settings, and dine in the old school charm of New Orleans' cajun and seafood luxuries.
What you'll find in this itinerary:
- Walking tours of the must see parts of the French Quarter without getting lost.
- Cajun, Creole, and true New Orleans' restaurants without getting caught in tourist traps.
- How to get the most out of Bourbon Street and living to tell about it
- Where to experience real New Orleans jazz and blues
- Experience for yourself the longstanding rivalry between the two oyster houses in New Orleans
- Learn how New Orleans became what it is today, and then see the culture and art that shape it now
- Plus even more!
Why use this itinerary:
- To guide you on a 3-day trip of New Orleans, so you can visit the must see attractions without having to research build your own itinerary.
- New Orleans' food is something that I hold dearly to my heart! There's not nearly enough time to eat all that New Orleans can offer, but this guide lists where to eat, and what to order so you can get the most out of your meals.
- To show you all there is to love about New Orleans, and show you why you will want to come back again and again!
What does the itinerary include?
- Numerous pictures to help you know what not to miss and what to eat.
- My email contact in case you need even more recommendations
Itinerary Table of Contents:
- How to Use This Guide
- Arrival and Transportation Tips
- Food and Lodging
- Daily Itineraries for 3 days
- Overall Author Review of New Orleans
Sample From the Itinerary
This is a sample of the itinerary. The actual itinerary includes additional pictures and maps.
Breakfast at Cafe Du Monde - Every previous tourist will likely first mention Cafe Du Monde as the place you need to visit, with good reason. The cafe is famous for its beignets (pronounced Ben - Yay!), a fried doughnut like confection - perfectly paired with coffee or milk. The place is pretty busy from open to close, but don't be afraid to sit down at an un-cleared table as soon as a previous party leaves. The workers are extremely fast, and there are usually a number of street performers parked in front of the cafe's seating area. (30 minutes+, $5/person CASH ONLY)
Who is this guide for?
- First time visitors and anyone wanting to fall in love with New Orleans.
Cover Image Credit: L. Richard Martin, Jr.