New Orleans' most historic and popular district is the French Quarter, full of beautiful architecture with ironwork galleries. The architecture is only one aspect of the French Quarter though – by day it's almost a sleepy suburb and you can lazily tour the streets from a horse and carriage; but by night it's a different story altogether – noisy, crowded, yet full of atmosphere. The drinks flow freely, the music drifts out of open doors and windows. It's an experience not to be missed!

The French Quarter: Come for the architecture, stay for the atmosphere!

New Orleans’ most historic and popular district is the French Quarter, full of beautiful architecture with ironwork galleries. The architecture is only one aspect of the French Quarter though – by day it’s almost a sleepy suburb and you can lazily tour the streets from a horse and carriage; but by night it’s a different story altogether – noisy, crowded, yet full of atmosphere. The drinks flow freely, the music drifts out of open doors and windows. It’s an experience not to be missed!