NEW Orleans CITY TOURS

If your hotel is located in the Greater New Orleans Area we will pick you up and drop you off.

ACTIVITY :

BUS TOUR

Duration :

3 Hours

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Transportation :

YES

Bus TOUR DETAILS:

A comprehensive look inside a city that is rich in history, alive with music, and on the culinary cutting edge. We recommend at least one of our New Orleans City Tours to everyone visiting for the first time, and also for those of you who haven’t visited since Hurricane Katrina.

Nola City Tours by bus depart twice daily 9 am and 2 pm. This particular tour lets you  hop on and off the bus to take pictures and experience first hand the culture of New Olreans. You will visit well known areas that make-up our beautiful city.  You can plan on seeing:

  • French Quarter
  • Treme
  • Esplande
  • Garden District
  • Metairie Cemetery
  • Celebrity Houses
  • 9th Ward

Our Bus Tour last approximately 3 hours. If you are staying in the Greater New Orleans Area we will pick you up from your hotel & we will drop you off back at your hotel.

Please allow a 30 minute widow for pick-up. Be ready for 8:30 am if you booked the 9 am city tour. Likewise, be ready for 1:30 pm if your booked the 2 am city tour.

This tour ranks among the highest rated adventures by our guests. Because of that reason seats fill up fast. The longer your wait to book the less likely there will be seats available on our bus.

Bus TOUR DETAILS:

A comprehensive look inside a city that is rich in history, alive with music, and on the culinary cutting edge. We recommend a New Orleans City Tour to everyone visiting for the first time, and also for those of you who haven’t visited since Hurricane Katrina.

Nola City Tours by bus depart twice daily 9 am and 2 pm. This particular tour lets you  hop on and off the bus to take pictures and experience first hand the culture of New Olreans. You will visit well known areas that make-up our beautiful city.  You can plan on seeing:

  • French Quarter
  • Treme
  • Esplande
  • Garden District
  • Metairie Cemetery
  • Celebrity Houses
  • 9th Ward

Our Bus Tour last approximately 3 hours. If you are staying in the Greater New Orleans Area we will pick you up from your hotel & we will drop you off back at your hotel.

Please allow a 30 minute widow for pick-up. Be ready for 8:30 am if you booked the 9 am city tour. Likewise, be ready for 1:30 pm if your booked the 2 am city tour.
This tour ranks among the highest rated adventures by our guests. Because of that reason seats fill up fast. The longer your wait to book the less likely there will be seats available on our bus.

 

The Big Easy is known for being a melting pot of different cultures. You will get to experience how driving a few blocks will bring you into a completely different environment.

French Quarter
Our tour starts in the French Quarter, one of the oldest and most historical areas in the United States. As our air conditioned luxury 25 Passenger mini coach strolls up and down the streets of New Orleans French Quarter, our guides provide a detailed narration about New Orleans history and architectural influences.An employee of New Olreans Oak Alley Plantation once experienced a definite presence and a hair raising touch to his arm while working years ago.

Garden Distrist
Multi-million dollar mansions line the streets of the Garden District; Ann Rice, John Goodman, Sandra Bullock, Delta Burke, and Ely Manning all have homes here. The Garden District is also home to The Real World house, St Charles Ave, and Magazine Street. Commander’s Palace is one of our historical restaurants, it was raided by Elliot Ness during Prohibition.

9th Ward
See the old and the new in the area that was hardest hit by hurricane Katrina, the 9th Ward. Many Pre Katrina homes still remain, although new homes are being built by Habitat for Humanity, and Harry Connick Jr’s Musicians Village

Metairie Cemetery
Our above ground cemeteries have a unique history that you can only find in New Orleans. Most of the graves here were constructed in the 18th and 19th century, and the Metairie Cemetery has some of the most elaborate crypts in New Orleans.

City Park
The Tour stops about halfway through the tour for a 15 min rest room and refreshment break at Cafe du Monde. Make sure you try one a beignets. A beignet is a square donut with powedered sugar on top, its a New Orleans delight.

Over 13 million people visit city park every year, Its actually larger than Central Park in New York City.

 

The Big Easy is known for being a melting pot of different cultures. You will get to experience how driving a few blocks will bring you into a completely different environment.
 
French Quarter
Our tour starts in the French Quarter, one of the oldest and most historical areas in the United States. As our air conditioned luxury 25 Passenger mini coach strolls up and down the streets of New Orleans French Quarter, our guides provide a detailed narration about New Orleans history and architectural influences.An employee of New Olreans Oak Alley Plantation once experienced a definite presence and a hair raising touch to his arm while working years ago.

Garden Distrist
Multi-million dollar mansions line the streets of the Garden District; Ann Rice, John Goodman, Sandra Bullock, Delta Burke, and Ely Manning all have homes here. The Garden District is also home to The Real World house, St Charles Ave, and Magazine Street. Commander’s Palace is one of our historical restaurants, it was raided by Elliot Ness during Prohibition.

9th Ward
See the old and the new in the area that was hardest hit by hurricane Katrina, the 9th Ward. Many Pre Katrina homes still remain, although new homes are being built by Habitat for Humanity, and Harry Connick Jr’s Musicians Village

Metairie Cemetery
Our above ground cemeteries have a unique history that you can only find in New Orleans. Most of the graves here were constructed in the 18th and 19th century, and the Metairie Cemetery has some of the most elaborate crypts in New Orleans.

City Park
The Tour stops about halfway through the tour for a 15 min rest room and refreshment break at Cafe du Monde. Make sure you try one a beignets. A beignet is a square donut with powedered sugar on top, its a New Orleans delight.

Over 13 million people visit city park every year, Its actually larger than Central Park in New York City.