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10 things to do with Nola

When I travel abroad, people ask me for tips on the best places to visit in the United States. They frequently inquire about New York, California, and Florida, which are some of the most amazing places to start with. In fact, time and time again, I recommend New Orleans to be one of the top places to visit in the country.

With a different culture from anywhere in the world, New Orleans has a place on everyone's travel packages. And it's so much more than just a Mardi Gras (though I did miss the Mardi Gras bomb)!

Are you ready for an unforgettable discovery of Simplified? Here are the top ten things you should do in New Orleans.

Beignets

Gumbo

2. Cross the French Quarter

This is the centerpiece of the tour so arrive early so the crowds can gather. If you arrive before 9am, you will find a quiet and clean place for examination. Take early photos when the neighborhood is under the first floor.

Browse through popular sites like Jackson Square, Cabildo (the site of Louisiana Sales in 1803), and St. Louis Cathedral.

3. Local Sample Cocktails

Although New Orleans was just too much for the drink, in fact, you will need to roll back a little bit here. Explore bars in the city and taste the local drinking culture… especially because you can take a cocktail to go and get off the street!

Get a taste of the local drinking culture by picking the brand of New Orleans. Some of the most popular beverages that can be added to your list are Sazerac, Hurricane, and Purple Voodoo Drinks (similar to alcoholic beverages). If you only have three drinks on your trip, let him be an example to these three.

French Quarter, New Orleans

5. Learn about its history

During my four-day trip to New Orleans, I shared several different trips that illuminated local life. New Orleans, an old port city and a modern party center, has many international influences and an interesting history can be found in any location.

Fun Fact: Did you know that the French Quarter actually contains almost all Spanish-style buildings?

Second line Nola Jazz

6. Listen to Some Jazz

New Orleans is a city with a great sound. Music completely affects the soul of Louisiana, and the live show is an important experience.

Your conservation hall is a great place and one and a lot of French Street.

If you're lucky enough to cross the "second line", you're in for an unforgettable experience. It is one of the most thoughtful experiences in the city. Part of the "jazz revenge" funeral, the second row is a traditional dance where people queue up to the ropes and catch air or packs in the air.

New Orleans Street Children's Road

7. Take the Road to the Road

Do not forget the electric ball and jump on an old ball of ice. There are four lines. You can skip the St. Charles, the canal line (covering the cemetery and City Park), the old river line (now served by canal lines), or the Rampart line.

Deliver the correct change as the driver gives you no refund. It's $ 1.25 for a one-way trip or you can catch a Jazzy Pass for unlimited travel.

8. Visit the French Market

The French market is six floors of non-stop shops, cafes, restaurants, and one such auction. Open 365 days a year from 10am to 6pm, this is a perfect place to sample the best food and culture in New Orleans. Often there is a band of brass walking through the streets and lighting up the whole place.