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How Does The Amenity Info Looks Like at New Orleans?

Amenity Overview in New Orleans

The above reveals the top rental amenities and the property numbers associated with each of them in New Orleans. In New Orleans, 2037 rentals offer Internet or Wifi, 2036 rentals offer Air Conditioning, 2010 rentals offer TV. So, if you need Internet or Wifi during your vacation, use the Internet or Wifi filter to compare these properties. Two amenities that are not typical are Kitchen, Hot Tub.

Which Price Range Is Most Typical in New Orleans Area?

Vacation House & Apartment Rental Price Information in New Orleans

The graph shows the percentages of vacation homes in each price bucket. New Orleans has the largest percentage (23.16%) of homes in $100 - $150 price range.
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What Are The Most Liked Rental Accommodations in New Orleans?
Rental Property Types in New Orleans
There are various types of homes in New Orleans area. Depending on your group size, you can pick the one using filters accordingly. House is the most popular accommodation type, and the largest homes can accommodate 44 people.The least popular accommodation in New Orleans is Chateau / Country House rentals
How Many Accommodations Are Not Pets Friendly in New Orleans?
Pets Allowed vs Not Allowed in New Orleans
11.58% of vacation homes in New Orleans are pet friendly. Either you bring your loved pets on vacation or you have pet allergies, make sure to select the homes by applying the right filters.
What Are The Must-Visit Places in New Orleans?
Tourist Attractions In New Orleans

When you have only limited times to spend in New Orleans, we highly recommend you to visit those famous places:

Must-Visit Trails in New Orleans?
Best Trails In New Orleans
Here are the trails we recommend in New Orleans: Crescent Park Promenade, French Quarter, River Walk, Woodlands Trail, Bayou Segnette State Park Hiking Trail, Bayou Sauvage Ridge Trail, Lafreniere Park Loop, Jean Lafitte National Park Barataria Trail, Louisiana Delta, Bonnett Carre Spillway Trail.
Any RV Campgrounds in New Orleans?
Most Visited Campgrounds In New Orleans
For campgrounds in New Orleans, here are our recommendations: Baton Rouge KOA, Tickfaw Campground, Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Campground, Pontchartrain Landing Campground, Bayou Segnette Campground, New Orleans KOA, Fontainebleau Campground, Buccaneer Campground, Grand Isle Campground, Bogue Chitto Campground.
What are the Airports in New Orleans?
Suggested Airports in New Orleans

Here are the airports that located near New Orleans:

What does the calendar look like for local events & festivals in New Orleans?
Local Events & Festivals

Mardi Gras: February 8

The annual Mardi Gras is held in New Orleans in February every year. At this time, it will be a huge gathering of people. If you want to come to New Orleans, you must check the relevant introduction of Mardi Gras in advance. It is highly recommended.

What are the activities in New Orleans that are family friendly?
Family Friendly Activities

Royal Street

It's a big warehouse for antique shops and art galleries in New Orleans. Royal Street extends from Canal Street to Esplanade in French Quarter, passes through residential areas of Marigny and Bywater, and extends to Industrial Canal. Stroll around a variety of unique shops, you can find crystal chandeliers, 19th-century absinthe glasses, and a wealth of antique paintings. 

How to get around in New Orleans?
Transportations

Airports: Louis Armstrong International Airport. There are special shuttle buses at the airport.

Public transportation: (1) Uber/Lyft or taxi is a good choice; (2) streetcar has three lines, almost covering the whole tourist key areas and some very famous tourist attractions. The three lines are river front line, and St.Charles Line and Canal line, all sites and departure and stop time can be found on the official website.

What are the nightlife spots in New Orleans?
Nightlife Spots

Bourbon Street

The highlight of New Orleans is definitely not a scenic spot during the day, but its colorful nightlife. At night, walk directly to Bourbon Street in the French Quarter. On both sides of the street are bars, restaurants, and hotels of all sizes, all of them standing on the balcony on the second floor upstairs or just hanging out on the street with their glasses. There is a paradise of music everywhere, because it is the birthplace of the world's three major music genres of jazz, attracting very good musicians from all over the world to make pilgrimages here. Sit down in any bar, you can hear or feel the local culture, jazz culture, and with Cajun food, you can't be happier.

How to plan 1 or 2 or 3-day trip itineraries in New Orleans?
Trip Planning

Day 1: Shopping

New Orleans is a great city for shopping. The streets are narrow, and there are countless shops for antiques, crafts, and snacks. The three most famous streets are Bourbon St., Royal St., French St. Each item has its own characteristics. If you have time, it is recommended to go through all of them.

Day 2: Jackson Square - St. Louis Cathedral - The National WWII Museum

(1) Jackson Square

Named after American General Andrew Jackson, Jackson Square is designed and imitated from the famous Vosges square in Paris, France. In the center of the square is the statue of Jackson on horseback set up in 1856. In the 18th and early 19th centuries, the square was the main site of the public execution of disobedient slaves. From the 1920s to the 1980s, the square was home to painters, talented young art students, and amateurs. Since the early 1990s, in addition to painters, musicians, and buskers, fortune tellers have begun to gather around the square.

(2) St. Louis Cathedral

Behind the statue is St. Louis's Cathedral, the oldest continuous open Cathedral in the United States. The site's first church was built in 1718 and the third in 1789. In 1850, the main chapel was greatly rebuilt. There are very few structures from 1789 that we see today.

(3) The National WWII Museum

The National World War II museum was rated by TripAdvisor as the most popular attraction in New Orleans and the second largest museum in the United States and the world.

Day 3: Oak Manor - Swamp Adventure

(1) Oak alley plantation

There are many plantations in New Orleans, which were originally used to grow sugarcane and produce sucrose. One of the more famous is the oak manor. One of its most distinctive features is a tree-lined passageway of 28 huge oak trees in front of the main house (leading to the Mississippi River).

(2) Swamp & Bayou boat

If you like adventure and are not afraid of wildlife, you can consider taking part in a "swamp adventure tour".

Where are the hidden gems or unique spots to visit in New Orleans?
Hidden Gems

Magazine Street

Magazine street is one of the best streets for dining, shopping, and strolling in New Orleans. After being rebuilt, it contains a variety of architectural styles. The streets extending from the city center to the garden area gather antique shops, art galleries, handicraft shops, and boutiques.

Garden District

A lot of visitors will come to the garden. There are a large number of well preserved Italian and Victorian-style houses, which is considered as the local rich area. There are also many people who will make a special trip to participate in the cemetery walking tour. Yes, it's the "graveyard" you think. Because of the swamp below the surface of New Orleans, if you dig a few feet more, the tombs will pour down. Therefore, the coffins here are all hanging on the ground, which has become a local feature. 

What are the travel peak seasons in New Orleans?
Peak Seasons

New Orleans has a subtropical humid climate, with an average temperature of 27.7 ℃ in July and 11.6 ℃ in January, with heavy rain in summer. Travel in early February, the temperature is moderate, body feel is about 20 degrees in the daytime. It is cold and cool in the morning and evening, and body feeling is about 10 degrees. At the same time, New Orleans' most famous Carnival (Mardi Gras) is held in February every year, when there will be a large parade, the whole city will enter the carnival state, followed by the spring Jazz Fest.

Where to visit in order to explore art and culture in New Orleans?
Art & Culture Places

The National WWII Museum

People who like history or American culture can't miss the World War II Museum in New Orleans. This paper records all kinds of events that happened during the United States' participation in World War II and tells the motivation of the United States to participate in the war and its influence on the United States in the later stage through stories and continuing forms.

New Orleans Museum of Art

Located in the center of the city park, which is known as the five most beautiful city parks in the United States. Founded in 1911, the museum is the richest art collection in the south of the United States. It has a permanent collection of more than 35000 works of art. The collection includes works by Degas, Picasso, Chagall, and other famous artists, as well as African and Asian art paintings and sculptures. The museum also has a beautiful sculpture garden dedicated to the works of great artists like Henry Moore and Louise Bourgeois.

What are the must-visit places in New Orleans?
Must See Attractions

Jackson Square

Jackson Square is located on the Bank of the Mississippi River in France. It is for the deeds of the seventh president of the United States to defend New Orleans against the British Army during the war of independence. However, its fame does not come from this. With the development of New Orleans culture, it has gathered the best street artists from all over the world. In the evening, various performances will be held here.

Royal Street

Three hundred years ago, when it was colonized by France, the royal street was built. As time goes by, it has become the oldest block in the French Quarter. The buildings here are very characteristic, each building has a huge balcony, and each balcony is covered with plants, which has its own characteristics. All kinds of ancient French or Spanish buildings are arranged here. The shops on both sides of the street sell many ancient things, representing the culture of the city. The charm of New Orleans comes from street artists all over the world who gather here to express the same idea of great harmony in different art forms.

French market

The French market is a bit like the Pike Place Market in Seattle, selling all kinds of things. There are snacks and drinks, as well as various arts and crafts. There is an endless stream of people hanging around here, and you can also taste different cuisines.

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