New Orleans, Louisiana Cruises

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New Orleans, Louisiana overview

New Orleans is world famous for its crowd-pleasing parades and parties. Here, every day is an eating event featuring the best food in the world. From haute cuisine to hominy grits there are flavors of every taste. Witness living history in the fabulous French Quarter and shop in one-of-a-kind boutiques. Tour a world class zoo and aquarium, or just glide across the water on a paddlewheel boat.

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Voodoo Walking Tour

Voodoo Walking Tour

$24/Adult

Voodoo Walking TourWalk through St. Louis Cemetery #1 with Robert Florence (author of New Orleans Ce...

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Amazing New Orleans Scavenger Hunt

Amazing New Orleans Scavenger Hunt

$48/Adult

Amazing New Orleans Scavenger HuntLooking for a way to turn New Orleans into a giant game board? Urb...

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Gris-Gris and Cemetery Walking Tour

Gris-Gris and Cemetery Walking Tour

$34/Adult

Gris-Gris and Cemetery Walking TourThis New Orleans walking tour takes you through St. Louis Cemeter...

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Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour

Scandalous Cocktail Hour Tour

$30/Adult

Scandalous Cocktail Hour TourOn this cocktail adventure, you'll enjoy a guided New Orleans evening t...

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1714 New Orleans, Louisiana Port Reviews

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by ebonyred729

Great port and an awesome city! Make sure you arrive a day earlier so you can enjoy some of the finest cuisine in the world. I love New Orleans! I maybe a little biased because it’s my hometown.

5

by PatNew

New Orleans is an amazing city. We were lucky to be able spend some time in town after the cruise. We got a deal on a room at the Westin (great hotel) with some incredible views of the Mississippi. It’s also just off Canal St., and because of that it’s right on the Canal Street trolley lines that can connect you everywhere. Stopped at Ruby Slipper for breakfast. Use an app to pre-book your place in line or it will be a long wait. Food was fantastic. You must visit, the French Market, Frenchman Street, The Garden District, and of course Bourbon Street. For the garden district take a quick tour on the st Charles cable car and then go back for specific parts such as the Audubon park, etc.

Visited: Feb 25, 2018

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