The French Quarter is New Orleans’ historic heart. It was founded in 1718, making it the oldest section of the city.
Bourbon Street is one of the most well-known streets in the US. Located in the French Quarter, it’s the life of the party in New Orleans.
From street performers to open-air artists that paint and display their works to tarot card readers and fortune-tellers, there’s always something interesting to see.
Congo Square is located in Louis Armstrong Park, in the Tremé neighbourhood. This open space is well-known for its influence on African American music, most notably jazz.
The district is considered to be one of the best-preserved collections of historic mansions in the south.