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Sightseeing i New Orleans

Grannskap
“The heart of New Orleans. Yes it is loud and dirty and wild, but it is also historic and beautiful and delicious. Active 24 hours a day and always interesting.”
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Torg
“This is a historic location right in the middle of the french quarter. Here you can really immerse yourself in the true culture of New Orleans. ”
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Grannskap
“A great way to see this beautiful area of New Orleans is to leisurely hop on the streetcar and hop off when you would like to get off to walk around, eat, drink, etc. ”
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Farmers Market
“Street car line is right behind the U.S. Mint or at St. Claude and Elysian Fields. Highly recommend getting a day pass which can be used on any streetcar line or bus on that day. ”
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Kyrkogård
“St. Louis #1 is the oldest & most historic cemeteries in New Orleans. Many visitors seek out the tomb of Marie Laveau, NOLA's most famous Voodoo priestess. Keep in mind that visitors cannot access this cemetery without an official tour guide!”
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Farmers Market
“If you need some 'New Orleans-y' souvenirs to take back home this is the place. It's rows and rows of leather goods, trinkets, spices, food, t-shirts, art, and more. Once you get off the ferry there is a streetcar that will take you right to it. Keep in mind it closes at 6pm and on rainy days it might be a little sparse as not all vendors will be out.”
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History Museum
“Circa-1823 apothecary is now a museum with exhibits of early medicines, superstitious cures & more.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“Located on historic Bayou St. John, the Pitot House is the only Creole colonial country house that is open to the public in New Orleans. It tells the story of life along the bayou since the earliest days of settlement. The Pitot House has had a variety of owners from prominent lawyers to austere nuns. One of the most prominent was James Pitot, the first mayor of New Orleans after the city's incorporation who lived here from 1810-1819.”
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Historisk plats
“A quiet suburb on the Mississippi River’s West Bank, Algiers Point is a mix of homey pubs, small art galleries and quaint Creole cottages. Visitors cross via the New Orleans Ferry or the Crescent City Connection Bridge for views over to Jackson Square and the French Quarter. Joggers and cyclists follow the levee path, where open-air concerts at the Algiers Ferry Landing draw crowds.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“This is a beautiful place for everyone to enjoy of all ages. We have lived in New Orleans for 20 years and we still visit Carousel Gardens often.”
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Monument / sevärdhet
“One of the oldest houses in the country. A great place to stop by if you are in the FQ. They have a small museum and if you are super lucky you can catch a live theater performance.”
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Spiritual Center
“Ursuline Convent was a series of historic Ursuline convents in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1726, nuns from the Ursuline Convent of Rouen went to New Orleans to found a convent, run a hospital, and take care of educating young girls. ”
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Farmers Market
“The French Market is a market and series of commercial buildings spanning six blocks in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. Founded as a Native American trading post predating European colonization, the market is the oldest of its kind in the United States. ”
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Historisk plats
“This is the mansion which was filmed for the American Horror Story season "Coven." ”
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Grannskap
“If you're in New Orleans, you're going to the French Quarter at least once.”
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Farmers Market
“For all your local souvenir and art needs, head to the French Market! For the widest selection, head out on a Saturday or Sunday morning.”
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