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Business class flights to New Orleans

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About Business class flights to New Orleans

City of New Orleans

European architecture, drool inducing Creole cuisines, excellent music and plethora of fun activities; New Orleans affects your senses in ways more than one. And travellers who often visit this city can’t say that it looks the same every time. The city where sugar strewn beignets raring to be savoured, drinks can be had anytime and street musician raring for your attention could be anything but dull. All these things are interesting in their own right but what compels a majority of visitors to fly business class to New Orleans is Mardi Gras, an over the top party that resembles a carnival.

Useful Information

  • The best time to visit New Orleans is from February to May when the weather is pleasant.
  • Travellers should avoid walking during the nights, as the city has high crime rate.
  • The city has enough facilities to meet any medical emergency.

The party spirit of New Orleans is intact despite being stuck by disasters that include BP Oil Spill, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Isaac. Now most of the districts have been restored to its former glory. Travellers in the city should start exploration with a visit to French quarters which is oldest and most visited part of the city. Most of the visitors come here to see its colonial heritage. If you have a love for history visiting National WWII Museums could be a great idea where one can see heart wrenching artefacts of World War II. Cabildo which has served as the seat of government in colonial Louisiana give a peek into the history in general and city in particular. Those looking for green spaces should visit City Park, which is strewn with Gardens. Waterways, bridges and houses a magnificent art museum. The park is highly popular among art and nature lovers. Jackson Square which remains abuzz with sketch artists, fortune tellers and performers is also frequented by travellers.

If you want a change from the city sightseeing you can take swamp tours and plantation tours. There are accommodation and dining spaces to cater travellers with varying interests.

New Orleans Flights

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