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Cocktail Tour: Drink and Learn - Did someone say happy hour? Take this boozy tour to get a buzz while you learn all about New Orleans cocktail culture. The Drink and Learn Cocktail Tour takes you through the most famous landmarks in the French Quarter as you sip four classic New Orleans cocktails like the sazerac. All drinks are included in the price, making it well worth the $55 ticket. This should go without saying, but all guests must be at least 21 years old with a valid ID.

kaylee 1 year ago

Take a Free Tour by Foot: Free Tours By Foot offers free tours across the city of New Orleans. They offer a variety of ten different tours to choose from such as cocktail, cemetery, and French Quarter tours. All tours last about 1.5 to two hours and tend to travel about a mile in total. Unsure which one to go on? Since they’re free admission, try multiple! Bring cash to tip your guide.

kaylee 1 year ago

Lined with historic buildings in the heart of the French Quarter, Jackson Square has long been a center of culture, creativity, and community. Enjoy breathtaking views of the city, an authentic look into the gorgeous European architecture unique to NoLa, and plenty of tasty eats nearby. Jackson Square is a national landmark, a representation of the rare beauty that seeps from New Orleans, entire its own.

seeker 1 year ago

Jackson Square is the center of the French Quarter and is the home to famous landmarks such as the eye-catching St. Louis Cathedral. Being the center, it’s always lively and full of energy, and is a great place to begin your day.

jasmineagbhow 1 year ago

This historic park is located in the French Quarter and features the beautiful St. Louis Cathedral and the Cabildo — a stunning piece of architecture! Plus, you’ll find Cafe’ Du Monde right next to the park too.

theblondeabroad 3 years ago

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