New Orleans straddlessta a cavallo the Mississippi River, in southeastern Louisiana. The city is named after Philippe II, Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France, and is well known for its multicultural
Aquarium of the Americas
In the heart of the French Quarter, the historic park that was named for Andrew Jackson after his victory in the Battle of New Orleans. The park was known as the Place d'Armes until 1814. In the center of the park stands an equestrian statue of Jackson.
St. Louis Cathedral
Curiosity:Disney film The Princess and the Frog, a modern day retelling of the classic story The Frog Prince, is set on New Orleans
Longue Vue House & Gardens Bamboo Road
New Orleans City Park
New Orleans Streetcar
It’s croissants, the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower for Paris; it’s pasta, St. Peter’s and the Coliseum for Rome. For New Orleans, it’s gumbozuppa originaria della Louisiana, the French Quarter and - the streetcartram. Immortalized by the American playwright Tennessee Williams in his classic American play, these vintage vehicles with their wooden seats and historical aura have long symbolized the charmfascino and romance that was, and is, New Orleans.
Park Bike, walk, jog or just sit back and relax next to the mighty Mississippi at beautiful Woldenberg Park. Enjoy the ships floating by on the river, or the interesting sculptures that dot the landscape near the docksbanchine (portuali). Plenty of grass for picnicking and ample benchesampie panchine make perfect spots for a quick rest after a jaunt around the French Quarter.
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