New Orleans is a unique city of its kind, its past history has made it crossroads of cultures and styles, creating what is now a place to be discovered at every corner. The French Quarter is a striking example of this, one cannot but be fascinated by its splendid wrought iron balconies, testimony of the rich Creole culture and the pmultiethnic assato of the city.
In French Market you will find the most typical such as coccordillo meat, jazz music, local artists but also the most classic souvenir stalls. Make sure you stop by the famous Café du Monde and take a seat at one of its tables to enjoy Beignets and Café au lait, two specialties not to be missed.
For the more revelers, the nightlife of Bourbon Street will ensure very pleasant and unexpected evenings: the locals say that those who have never been to Bourbon Street do not know what a real party is! The city offers many unique activities: admire it on board one Street Car and, if you want an even better experience, take the line St. Charles, the oldest Street Car still active in the world. The most curious visitors will certainly find the city's museums interesting, from the most classic ones Historic New Orleans Collection and Old US Mint to the more particular Museum of the American Cocktail or the Voodoo Museum.
Do not miss the tour aboard the Steamboat Natchez, the last authentic Steamboat still operating on the Mississippi.