Good walking street with more upscale shops. Still a fair amount if street entertainment. Fun. Recommend.
About Royal Street
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Similar to Bourbon street, but more quiet and less crowded. It is part of the French Quarter Scene and worth a look.
Always a good stroll to see the many tchotchkes and real treasures of the city- from the bottom to the top, something for everyone and the shops welcome all, gawkers and buyers.
Whether window shopping or serious buying, Royal Street is where you want to go. So many unique and delightful stores. And ART!
If you are heading to Jackson Square, be sure to take a walk down Royal Street. There a plenty of shops and boutiques so don't be in a hurry! It's a busy street but there is something for everyone to see!
This street is more classy than it's more famous neighbor... The shops are more diverse and interesting... Visit in the French quarter...
There are some spectacular antique shops on this street. As well as some very nice art galleries. It’s definitely a must see if you are in NOLA
Royal street is known as the antique shop street. I think my expectation was too high- I think of antiquing like the show "pickers" where you have to jump in and dig. This was high end & overpriced. not worth my time!
We stayed about two blocks from Royal Street. A great street to check out antique stores and up to date fashions. Lots of art galleries too. When you need a treat head to Cafe Beignet which has a super little garden area attached that you...More
The street shops along the way are impressive (some anyway) but the bustle and debris around made it a place I only visited once.