New Orleans : The Attractions of "Big Easy"

New Orleans : The Attractions of  "Big Easy"

Near the Gulf of Mexico is a Louisiana city on the Mississippi River. 

It is nicknamed the "Big Easy" also it is popular for its Round-the-clock Nightlife, trembling live-music scene. The cuisine reflects its history as a melting pot of French. American and African Cultures The late winter carnival is famous for the costumed parade and street parties.
European-style architecture, mouth-watering Creole cuisine and all-around good-time vibes are the attraction of this place.  And as its backbone is music: Jazz, blues, rock 'n' roll and Zydeco tunes ooze from every city crevice.

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An over-the-top party with Carnaval traits, such as masks, music, floats and merriment are still a major reason to visit New Orleans. Almost every weekend the Bourbon Street clubs and some sort of festival is on. Hence, it is known as a party year-round. Because of its Colonial Heritage the city looks as good as new.

According to The U.S. News & World Report travel rankings are based on analysis of expert and user opinions,New Orleans are ranked as one of the best places to visit . It is one of the best Foodie Cities in the U.S. It is the Best Cheap Spring Break Destinations.

 Visit the Backstreet Cultural Museum for unique glimpse.


With Bourbon Street's plentiful live-music clubs of nearly every style you'll get to experience the nightlife and rolling good times are the main attractions.Those who love to stroll, tours of the French Quarter or the Garden District will easily fill the day of  while Chalmette Battlefield and The National WWII Museum pack in the amateur historians. A glimpse of the Crescent City's culture, explore one of the most famous cemeteries or pay a visit to the Backstreet Cultural Museum. Check out the antiques stores along Magazine Street in the Garden District when it comes time for souvenir shopping.To visit New Orleans the best time is from February to May when the weather is comfortably cool and the celebrations are in full swing.

Though  if you're not interested in Mardi Gras mania, plan to visit in December or January, when the city is calm and you don't have to worry about making hotel reservations a year in advance.  

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