History and mystery, the French Quarter is filled with a million details you have to visit multiple times to even get a glimpse of. If you must see Bourbon Street, walk down one block then return to the more civilized areas like Chartres, Royal, or Decatur Streets.
Your trip to New Orleans would be complete without mention of its most famous—and infamous—neighborhood, the French Quarter. Here, you will find some of the oldest architecture still existing in the city, particularly the Spanish influences that seem to defy the neighborhood’s historical name…
We are about a half-hour walk to the top of the French Quarter, including the world famous Bourbon Street! Here you will find the heart of the city and most of the things you probably came to New Orleans for: Jackson Square, the riverwalk, street artists, performers, tourists traps galore, high- end…
The party never ends in the Quarters, everything from food, live music, shopping and historical places.
Beautiful area to walk around in. Skip the first 6 blocks of Bourbon Street. Don't eat in restaurants where they have plates of food saran wrapped outside.