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St. Charles Streetcar

Discover New Orleans + more reasons than ever to #followyourNOLA.

Photography Courtesy of New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau

From world-renowned festivals to food that feeds the soul, every visit to New Orleans promises an adventure. The undeniable Cajun hospitality captures the heart of the city and invites visitors to live like locals. Nearly three centuries of history provides cultural diversity around every corner and more reasons than ever to discover a NEW New Orleans, still as classic as The Mighty Mississippi.

GLO AIRLINES
Getting there…
Reminiscent of when air travel was fun, GLO Airlines offers an excellent alternative for direct + friendly service to New Orleans. With a morning departure, lunch at one of NOLA’s countless eateries is guaranteed. GLO Airlines services New Orleans, Little Rock, Memphis, Shreveport, Huntsville and Destin/Ft. Walton.

Hotel Monteleone

HOTEL MONTELEONE
Staying there…
The French Quarter begins in the historic lobby of the Hotel Monteleone. A landmark since 1886, the hotel provides luxury accommodations in the heart of The Crescent City. Its iconic Carousel Bar & Lounge and its whimsical approach to cocktails includes a 25-seat, merry-go-round revolving bar.

JACKSON SQUARE
Under the St. Louis Cathedral resides the bronze statue of General Andrew Jackson as well as street musicians and local artisans + art displayed along the iron fences. Originally known in the 18th century as Place d’Armes, it was renamed in honor of the Battle of New Orleans hero Andrew Jackson. This timeless attraction is an ideal beginning to any NOLA adventure.

Jackson Square

ST. CHARLES AVENUE STREETCAR
Take it to…

  • THE GARDEN DISTRICT
    Originally established as an open, semi-urban system of interrelated parks, the Garden District showcases some of the earliest Greek Revival homes + gorgeous gardens in the city.
  • MAGAZINE STREET
    With an eclectic mix of independent boutiques – from bars and eateries to art galleries and specialty shops – Magazine Street is distinctly New Orleans, infused with local character + charm.
  • AUDUBON PARK
    This public park spans from St. Charles Avenue to the Mississippi River with acres of green space framed by canopies of ancient live oaks offering residents and visitors a gathering place for fun + relaxation – enchanting guests for more than a century. The urban oasis features playgrounds and picnic pavilions as well as tennis courts, riding stables, soccer fields, Whitney Young Pool, Audubon Clubhouse Café and Audubon Golf Club.
  • WAREHOUSE DISTRICT
    Also recognized as the New Orleans Arts District, the transformation of this former industrial area is often referred to as the SoHo of the South. The district boasts more than 25 art galleries along with museums and restaurants + cafes offering traditional Cajun favorites.

Warehouse District

NOTABLY NEW ORLEANS
beignets + coffee
the Sazerac Cocktail
the Fleur-de-lis
the GO NOLA app
www.neworleansonline.com

 

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