New Orleans Travel Guide

Head to the Big Easy for a taste of Louisiana’s unique liquors. Dig into voodoo traditions, hunt for the almost-extinct Ojen and discover Perique, a liqueur made with a rare tobacco that’s grown in the bayou.


Activities
The Remedy Room
The Remedy Room, which is known for its rehydration therapy, offers an IV hangover therapy that is said to improve symptoms of a hangover in less than an hour. The treatment costs $149 and is not covered by insurance plans.
  • 1224 St. Charles Ave
  • 1-C
  • New Orleans, LA 70130 US

The Remedy Room

The Remedy Room, which is known for its rehydration therapy, offers an IV hangover therapy that is said to improve symptoms of a hangover in less than an hour. The treatment costs $149 and is not covered by insurance plans.
1224 St. Charles Ave New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-301-1670
St. Louis Cemetery No. 1
The St. Louis Cemetery is the final resting place of several local legends, including Marie Laveau, a famous Voodoo priestess.
  • 425 Basin St.
  • New Orleans, LA 70112 US

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1

The St. Louis Cemetery is the final resting place of several local legends, including Marie Laveau, a famous Voodoo priestess.
425 Basin St. New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-482-5065
Donner-Peltier Distillery
Known for producing the state’s first local aged whiskey since Prohibition, the Donner-Peltier Distillery also makes Rougaroux rum, which is named after a legendary Louisiana werewolf
  • 1635 St. Patrick St.
  • Thibodaux, LA 70301 US

Donner-Peltier Distillery

Known for producing the state’s first local aged whiskey since Prohibition, the Donner-Peltier Distillery also makes Rougaroux rum, which is named after a legendary Louisiana werewolf
1635 St. Patrick St. Thibodaux, LA, US
Phone: +1 985-446-0002
Mardi Gras World
The world’s largest studio for building parade floats offers tours, which allow people to see firsthand the hard work and extensive planning that go into Mardi Gras.
  • 1380 Port of New Orleans Pl.
  • New Orleans, LA 70130 US

Mardi Gras World

The world’s largest studio for building parade floats offers tours, which allow people to see firsthand the hard work and extensive planning that go into Mardi Gras.
1380 Port of New Orleans Pl. New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-361-7821

Restaurants & Bars
Sazerac Bar
Stop by this bar in the Roosevelt Hotel to indulge in its namesake, Sazerac. The whiskey or cognac cocktail is the official drink of New Orleans, where it was created.
  • 130 Roosevelt Way
  • New Orleans, 70112 US

Sazerac Bar

Stop by this bar in the Roosevelt Hotel to indulge in its namesake, Sazerac. The whiskey or cognac cocktail is the official drink of New Orleans, where it was created.
130 Roosevelt Way New Orleans, US
Phone: +1 504-648-1200
The John
If you’re looking for a unique bar experience, check out the John, a local New Orleans hangout that uses toilet seats as bar stools.
  • 2040 Burgundy St.
  • New Orleans, LA 70116 US

The John

If you’re looking for a unique bar experience, check out the John, a local New Orleans hangout that uses toilet seats as bar stools.
2040 Burgundy St. New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-942-7159
Carousel Bar
Located in the Hotel Monteleone, this New Orleans staple is the only revolving bar in town.
  • 214 Royal St.
  • New Orleans, LA 70130 US

Carousel Bar

Located in the Hotel Monteleone, this New Orleans staple is the only revolving bar in town.
214 Royal St. New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-523-3341
Brennan's
Since opening its doors in 1946, Brennan’s has become an iconic New Orleans restaurant in the French Quarter.
  • 417 Royal St.
  • New Orleans, LA 70130 US

Brennan's

Since opening its doors in 1946, Brennan’s has become an iconic New Orleans restaurant in the French Quarter.
417 Royal St. New Orleans, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-525-9711
Gene’s Curbside Daiquiris
One of the perks of roaming the streets of New Orleans is that you can take your drink with you. This grab-and-go daiquiri shop, with a separate section on the menu reserved for drinks that are unusually strong, fits the city perfectly.
  • 1030 Elysian Fields Ave.
  • Bywater, LA 70117 US

Gene’s Curbside Daiquiris

One of the perks of roaming the streets of New Orleans is that you can take your drink with you. This grab-and-go daiquiri shop, with a separate section on the menu reserved for drinks that are unusually strong, fits the city perfectly.
1030 Elysian Fields Ave. Bywater, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-309-4634

Transportation
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport
In 2001, this gateway to New Orleans was renamed after hometown musician Louis Armstrong in honor of his 100th birthday.
Photo by Getty Images / Joe Raedle
  • 900 Airline Dr
  • Kenner, LA 70062 US

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

In 2001, this gateway to New Orleans was renamed after hometown musician Louis Armstrong in honor of his 100th birthday.
900 Airline Dr Kenner, LA, US
Phone: +1 504-303-7500
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