This is New Orleans. We're going to show you the best time to visit, where you should stay, what you should do and some local tips to make sure you make the most of your time in New Orleans.
Hotel Price Comparison
Average price range $155 - $235
Seeking opulence and impeccable service? Le Pavillon is trivago's top-pick for luxury lodging in New Orleans, ensuring your stay is equal parts glamorous and relaxing.
Drury Inn & Suites New Orleans
Looking for a budget-friendly stay? The Drury Inn & Suites New Orleans is trivago's top pick for accommodation that won't break the bank in New Orleans, leaving you with more to spend enjoying the city.
Haunted New Orleans
New Orleans is legendary for its spooky, scandalous and bizarre history. Haunted History Tours has it all covered: Their Ghost Tour takes visitors to French Quarter locations associated with real hauntings, the Garden District and Cemetery Tours (including a visit to the tomb of Voodoo Queen Marie Laveau, which is one of the most visited graves in the country), and a Scandal Tour of New Orleans, exposing the city’s most twisted and outlandish stories.Read more
“New Orleans is an all-weather destination where the temperature stays moderate during the winter, and we have cool river and lake breezes along with good old-fashion air-conditioning in the summer. I love the easy-going spirit you experience in New Orleans. No matter how you feel, you hear music, or see a smile, and know you are glad you are here.”
Mark Romig, New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corp
Ride a Steamboat
Ride the Steamboat Natchez up & down the Mississippi River.
Meander through the Sculpture Garden after touring the New Orleans Museum of Art.
All the Eats at Commander’s Palace Restaurant
Eat at Commander’s Palace Restaurant & afterwards tour the cemetery across the street.
More Insider Tips
More tips available via New Orleans Tourism.
“Hands down, the best time to visit New Orleans is during April & May. Gorgeous weather and a new local festival to explore every weekend.”