No one from NOLA goes here. It is seedy to say the least. Bad drinks, and "ladies" in fishnet hose at the door of Hustler's. Really NOLA. Clean up this place.
There is so much history in New Orleans and a lot of it can be told in the French Quarter. The restaurants were amazing the buildings were so old and elegant and all of them seemed to tell a story. The music is everywhere! We did not stay long enough to get to see everything we wanted, but I can't... More
Incredible place to spend the weekend. The food, music and people are just wonderful. This is my fourth year in a row coming to the French quarter and will keep coming back.
Whether you want to drink and stroll Bourbon Street or shop on Royal Street, there is plenty to do for everyone, even families.
There are parts of the French Quarter that are more pleasant to visit than others. Burbon Street is somewhere to see but not spend all of your time at. All areas have beautiful buildings, interesting shops and decent eats if you know where to go. There are very nice places to visit, but had to give a bit of a... More
The French Quarters is the heart and soul of New Orleans. It has become too touristy for locals, but still the laid back atmosphere and the adult fun it offers make it a must see place for all adults visiting New Orleans. There are tons of places to eat and drink, and to buy trinkets and tshirts.
The French Quarter is a great area to walk around during your visit to New Orleans. You can do some shopping, check out some street performers, people-watch, and take in the rich culture of the city.
I have visited NOLA many times, usually in a group or family. But recently I spend 3 days and 2 nights there on a relaxing SOLO vacation...and got to see many areas including the French Quarter on my own time and in my own fashion. It was WONDERFUL !! I casually strolled along saying hello to people from Germany to... More
The French Quarter is lovely and unique....sometimes crowded, sometimes empty. Sometimes loud and exciting and other quiet. Great restaurants and bars and shopping. Lots of beautiful architecture for photographs.
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