I went here on a haunted ghost tour in the evening. It was filled with great stories and awesome architecture. The buildings are rich with beauty and history. A must see.
About French Quarter
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Dirty, crowded. Accosted by beggars and hawkers. But the awesome food almost makes up for it. Go for the food, not the ambience.
We stayed on Chartres Street in the French Quarter. We did A TON of walking around the French Quarter and were able to do and see so much. There are so many great restaurants, bars, shops, and performers in this area. Highly recommend trying to...More
On the surface the French Quarter can be written off as a drunken bacanal. But hidden in amongst those narrow streets are stories of waves of immigrants, religious orders committed to educating the girls of New Orleans, ghosts, Voodoo, food, and Music. It’s the heart...More
Walking through the different streets of the French Quarter there are an array of different hotels, restaurants and shops offering each visitor a chance to engage in whatever their pleasure. The architecture is unique and other than a walk down Bourbon Street, the streets were...More
There is so much to see and do within the streets of the French Quarter. There is a National Park, cathedral, convent, aquarium and insectarium, art galleries, restaurants more than anyone could ever visit and of course bars on Burboun St. Get a fee walking...More
Food and Bourbon St nightlife lived up to expectations. What added such charm to this area is the architecture and the incredible myths and stories. Walking tour is a must-do!
We walked through Bourbon Street on our first night, wandering around, and enjoying the sights and sounds, and colorful people. Right now, there is some road construction blocking parts of it unfortunately. The sidewalks are narrow, but the historic buildings, and pretty balconies are charming....More