1. French Quarter in New Orleans
The French Quarter is one of the most famous places to visit in New Orleans and most popular with tourists.
Famous for its vibrant atmosphere and mix of unique architecture, the French Quarter is the city's oldest district, with visitors coming from all over the world.
The elegant streets of the French Quarter are lined with a mixture of historical and legendary attractions, restaurants and clubs, making it a tourist attraction.
2. New Orleans Park District
The Garden District of New Orleans is the epitome of natural charm full of stunning scenery you've never seen before.
The gardens area includes many mansions designed in a farmhouse style and has beautiful 'terraces' from which you have a wonderful view.
The splendor of this area is the separation of the streets with areas of green parks, and the extension of the historic cable car line along St. Charles Street, an appearance worth visiting.
3. Bourbon Street in New Orleans
Bourbon Street is one of the most famous nightlife streets in the world, where visitors come from all over the world.
4. La Laurie
La Laurie is not a regular tourist attraction, as it is known as "La Laurie House" and also known for its horrific past including torture and atrocities. The mansion is a regular stop on ghost tours of New Orleans and attracts visitors who want to learn more about the mansion's horrific history.
5. The Mississippi River in New Orleans
The Mississippi River is one of the most important rivers in the world. It is located in the state of Minnesota and extends for 95 miles south of New Orleans.
The river empties into the Gulf of Mexico and is the largest river in North America. It has a legendary place in American history, and is one of New Orleans' tourism attractions.
6. Jackson Square
Located in the heart of the French Quarter, Jackson Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New Orleans.
Jackson Square is a National Historic Landmark and is home to St. Louis Cathedral.
The square is often packed with locals and tourists who come to wander the lanes and see buses and street performers.
7. St. Louis Cathedral
St. Louis Cathedral is one of the most important historical monuments in New Orleans.
The cathedral was built in 1789 and rebuilt in 1850, and is the oldest cathedral in the city.