Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Stadtfriedhof Touren
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Verschaffen Sie sich einen echten Eindruck vom Leben, der Architektur und der Geschichte von einer von Amerikas größten und schönsten Städte - New Orleans. Werfen Sie einen genaueren Blick auf die historische Friedhöfe, Gräber der reichen mit Granit und Marmor sowie atemberaubenden Skulpturen und Statuen.
* Erfahren Sie mehr über berühmte Sehenswürdigkeiten, Jazz-Clubs und weiteren Attraktionen im Französischen Viertel
* Spazieren Sie über den St. Louis Friedhof
* Reisen Sie zurück in die Vergangenheit im New Orleans Garden District
* Überblick auf die Stadt vom New Orleans Warehouse & Arts District
Beginnen Sie die Tour am Geburtsort von New Orleans - dem Französischen Viertel. Fahren Sie durch das Viertel und Lernen Sie mehr über seine Geschichte während Sie die Wunder der europäischen Architektur, Sehenswürdigkeiten und Attraktionen wie z. B. Jackson Square, die Saint-Louis Kathedrale und die berühmten Balkone des Französischen Viertels bewundern.
Es geht geradewegs zur Esplanade Avenue in Richtung der Stadt der Toten und Sie sehen die Gräber von St. Louis Friedhof hautnah, bevor es weiter zum Stadtpark mit seinen Eichen geht. Sehen Sie sich die Verwüstung durch den Hurrikan Katrina im Jahr 2005 und die Wiederaufbaubemühungen seither vorangehen. Von hier aus gehen wir zum "American Sector" dem Bezirk der Gärten von New Orleans. Lebendig und den Eiche gesäumt verläuft die St. Charles Avenue, Sie werden einen großen Sinn für Luxus und Extravaganz des alten New Orleans bekommen. Mit dieser Tour machen Sie einen wahren Schritt zurück in die Antebellum-Ära.
Das New Orleans Warehouse & Arts District ist unsere letzte Station für einen Überblick, einschließlich des Day Museums, das New Orleans Contemporary Arts Center und der Ort aus dem Film "JFK" sind weitere Kassenschlager.
Treffpunkt: Abholungs- und Rückbringdienst ist inbegriffen direkt von Ihrem Hotel in der Innenstadt. Die Tour hat mehrere Abfahrten täglich. wird direkt von Kunden der Innenstadt Hotel enthalten und mit Touren mehrmals am Tag zu verlassen. Bitte rechnen Sie mit 30 Minuten die Abholung. Der Fahrplan variiert je nach Saison. Die Gäste sollten den Anbieter für die aktuellen Zeiten kontaktieren.
Dauer: Ca. 3 Stunden.
Beginn: 7:30 Uhr, 11:00 Uhr und 14:15 Uhr.
Ende: 10:30 Uhr, 14:00 Uhr und 17:15 Uhr.
Sprachen: Englisch.
Sonstiges: Die Transferleistungen werden für alle Touren in der Innenstadt von New Orleans angeboten.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Audubon Aquarium
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Take a break from the heavy history of the region and enjoy a relaxing day strolling through the fascinating and beautiful Audubon Aquarium.
* The stunning colours of the Caribbean reef
* Interacting with a variety of local animals
* Marvelling at the fearsome sharks, tarpons, rays and more
The Audubon Aquarium of the Americas is located on the banks of the Mississippi River, right next to the renowned French Quarter. This fun-filled venue will immerse you in the mystery and the magic of that universe that exists alongside ours and yet is so completely different: the underwater world.
Feel as if you are meandering under the sea as you cross the beautiful walk-through tunnel, where you will become mesmerised by the otherworldly colours of the Caribbean coral reefs. You will also fall in love with our charming penguins and Southern Sea otters as they woo you with their antics.
Your Aquarium experience includes one 20 minute nature documentary movie at Entergy Giant Screen Theater, the largest screen in the South Gulf. Enjoy the wonders of nature through a variety of 3D giant screen features, including a 4k digital projection system and state of the art Dolby Atmos multidimensional sound. Shows are offered according to availability and must be on the same day as the Aquarium visit.
Discover what it feels like to caress a sting ray and to feed a parakeet from your very own hand. Then feel your jaw drop with awe as you set eyes upon our gigantic sharks, tarpon, and rays in the 400,000 gallon Gulf of Mexico Exhibit. Keep your eye particularly open for sea turtles throughout the whole Aquarium, as the coordinator of the Louisiana Marine Mammal and Sea Turtle Rescue Program is preparing to release many of them to the wild. Enter the Audubon Aquarium and feel as if you are walking through a dream.
Start/opening time: From Tuesday to Sunday, at 10am approx.
End/closing time: At 5pm approx.
Others: Close on : Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. Ticket not valid for Scales & Ales or any special admission events at any Audubon facility.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Awaken all five of your senses to the inimitable beauty of nature with this exciting visit to the Audubon Butterfly Garden and its adjacent and equally fascinating Insectarium. Fall in love with the tiniest creatures of creation and marvel at the cleverness of evolution.
* The key role played by insects in the gigantic world they inhabit
* What it feels like to see life from the point of view of a tiny creature
* The diverse wildlife that fills the swamps of Louisiana with their particular charm
The weird and wonderful Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium are located in the US Custom House among the hustle and bustle of Canal Street. Escape from our hectic and stress-driven metropolis and delve into a society that exists alongside ours only on a much, much smaller scale. Prepare your senses for a treat as you delve into the largest museum in the whole of North America that is devoted entirely to insects and their curious relatives.
Discover a variety of interesting fun facts and trivia titbits, such as why insects are the building blocks of all life forms on our planet. Along the way you will also experience what it is like to shrink down to bug size and see the world as they see it: inconceivably huge and infinitely menacing. Walk through a mysterious Louisiana swamp and join the active audience of an awards show for bugs and held by bugs. And, of course, fall in love with the thousands of butterflies that flutter around the Asian garden.
Start/opening time: At 10am approx.
End or closing time: At 5pm approx.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Audubon Experience
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Experience all the most fun-filled leisure venues in Audubon – Audubon Zoo, Audubon Aquarium of the Americas, Entergy IMAX Theatre and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium – with this four-in-one pass.
* Close contact with animals at the Zoo, Aquarium, Butterfly Garden and Insectarium
* A full-blown 3D experience at Entergy IMAX
* Entrance to all four venues for one unique and reduced price
At the Audubon Aquarium you will marvel at the colours of the Caribbean reefs with its walk-through tunnel and even get to interact with the creatures. Pet a sting ray, feed a parakeet and gape at the fearsome sharks and tarpons.
Sit back, relax and prepare to be blown away by the power of 3D at Entergy IMAX. One of the theatre's most acclaimed films is Hurricane on the Bayou, which brings together fast-paced local music, dramatic shots of southeast Louisiana and stunning images of Hurricane Katrina's effects.
Discover what life feels like from the point of view of an insect in the amazing Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. Discover the role these tiny creatures carry out on our planet and walk through a curtain of butterflies in an Asian Garden.
Last but not least, marvel at the exotic and often highly rare mix of animals from all over the globe in the Audubon Zoo. Don't miss its wild exhibits, such as the Louisiana Swamp and Jaguar Jungle, or its thrilling sea lion and elephant presentations.
Meeting/pick-up point: Audubon Aquarium: #1 canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130 .
Entergy IMAX Theatre: #1 canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130.
Audubon Zoo: 6500 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70118.
Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium: 423 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130.
Start/opening time: Audubon Aquarium, Entergy IMAX Theatre and Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium: from 10am to 5pm.
Audubon Zoo: Date/hours vary from year to year and are included on voucher notes.
Others: Closed on Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.
Ticket not valid for any special admission events at any Audubon facility and is only valid for 30 days after first entry.
Shows are offered as a first come, first availability option on the same day as your Aquarium visit.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Audubon Zoo
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Come and marvel at the spectacular collection of exotic animals on display at Audubon Zoo, New Orleans. With creatures from across the globe, lush garden habitats, a large aquarium and hands-on animal encounters, the whole family is sure to be entertained and amazed by Audubon Zoo. Consistently ranked among America’s most entertaining and innovative zoos, Audubon is home to some of the rarest species on earth. Admire the collection of Amur leopards, white alligators, orangutans, whooping cranes and white tigers, which are amongst the most endangered species in the world.
Immerse yourself in the Jaguar Jungle habitat and catch a glimpse of the beautiful large cats that inhabit this area of the zoo. The star attraction undoubtedly being the elegant and critically endangered Amur leopard, the only leopard subspecies adapted to a snowy climate. With only 30 remaining in the wild and just over 150 in captivity don’t miss this rare opportunity to see one of nature’s most spectacular creatures.
Equally stunning is the zoo’s resident white tiger and the group of white alligators that inhabit the award-winning Swamp Enclosure. This enclosure also houses many animals that are native to New Orleans and Louisiana. Proceed to the Stingray Touch Pool where you can tickle the top of these majestic creatures as they glide past your hand and listen to the curious sounds made by the rare whooping cranes. Be sure not to miss the sea lion enclosure and the elephant sare always a firm favourite with kids and adults alike.
Start/opening time: Date/hours vary from year to year and are included on voucher notes.
Others: The Zoo provides a complimentary shuttle from the front of Audubon Park to the Zoo front gate.
The Zoo is closed on Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.
Ticket not valid for Boo at the Zoo, Zoo to Do, Zoo to Do for Kids, or any other special admission events at any Audubon Facility.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Beyond The French Quarter Bike Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Our New Orleans Bike Tour is the perfect tour for those wanting to experience New Orleans with minimal effort. Our fully licensed tour guides will offer you an insider’s look at the Crescent City and give you a peek at what makes New Orleans “The Most Interesting City in the World!” With no hills, plenty of bike lanes and beautiful, historic avenues covered by canopies of Live Oaks, this magical city was made for biking.
Duration: Three hours and thirty minutes.
Languages: English.
Others: The New Orleans Neighborhood Tour is an easy to moderate ride. You will cover 10 -11 miles on tour. Like all bicycle tours, it is recommended for proficient bike riders. Anyone suspected of being under the influence of alcohol will not be permitted to participate. Unfortunately, pregnant women will not be permitted to participate. Any guest under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult or authorized guardian on tour. Please note that at this time we are unable to accommodate infants that require a baby seat and children who require a tandem or trailer. All children who participate must be able to ride their own bike.

Verfügung 5-29 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Celebration In The Oaks
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Hop on "Santa's bus” for a narrated tour to New Orleans’ City Park, one of the ten largest urban parks in the country, home to the largest collection of mature live oaks in the world. Trees in the oldest grove are over 800 years old!
Enjoy the view of 19th century mansions, brightly decorated for the holidays, in the city’s original Creole area as we travel Esplanade Avenue, a boundary of Faubourg Treme, the subject of the hit HBO television series “Treme”.
See historic City Park transformed into a holiday wonderland. Its ancient oak trees are aglow with massive ornaments decorated with over 1/2 million sparkling lights. Children from over 200 area schools create handcrafted ornaments to decorate Christmas trees that line the walkways in the Carousel Gardens & Storyland.
Lighted exhibits include the Cajun Night Before Christmas, the “Who Dat” Tree, Santa Gator, a life size Nativity scene, and “A Jackson Square Holiday”. Live nightly musical entertainment features a mix of school choirs, orchestras, bell choirs, dancing troupes and gospel groups.
The Friends of City Park Holiday Gift Shop and the Botanical Garden Shop are open nightly for special holiday shopping. Food and drink are available for purchase at the Holiday Café which features a variety of local and holiday fare.
Experience New Orleans…Christmas Style!
Meeting/pick-up point: Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office at Toulouse St. and Mississippi River (at the Steamboat Natchez Dock).
Duration: 3 hours approximately.
Start/opening time: Tour departs at 6pm on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from December 4th – 22nd and December 26 – 29th.
End/closing time: At 9pm approximately.
Languages: English.
Others: No tours available from December 23rd through December 25th. Food and drinks not included. The ticket includes the narrated motor coach tour, group escort, and admission to the Celebration Grounds, Historic Train Garden, Conservatory of the Two Sisters, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, Storyland, and the Botanical Gardens. Private tours may be arranged at other departure times. Infants (5 and under) are FREE.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Cemetery and Gris-Gris Walking Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The cemetery and gris-gris takes tour you on an adventure through the ghosts of New Orleans’ spooky past! Walk through St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, the site of the classic movie Easy Rider. Your professional licensed guide recounts the stories of the countless famous and infamous people who are buried there.
Ensure that you make a wish or cast a spell at the tomb of Marie Laveau - the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans - and discover how she was able to be in two places at once. Learn about the intriguing evolution of Voodoo including how it became so prominent in the Crescent City and why it is still practiced to this day.
Find out the origins of 'gris-gris' and take home your own souvenir gris-gris bag, complete with mysterious ingredients. You will learn about New Orleans’ unique above-ground burial tradition and why St Louis Cemetery No. 1 is one of the most haunted, and haunting cemeteries in the region. Learn the stories of the tombs of various societies, including the Italian Mutual Benevolent Society tomb, recognisable as the ghostly backdrop in Easy Rider. This historic cemetery that first opened in 1789 contains a plethora of history of the area and will scare and delight you in equal measure!
The tour is two hours long, which allows for the perfect medium of sharing a fantastic amount of New Orleans’ dubious and eerie heritage and not overexerting any legs!
Meeting/ Pick up point: Gray Line ticket office at 400 Toulouse Street.
Start or opening time: At 9am.
Duration: 2 hours.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Daytime Jazz Cruise
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Soar through the fascinating history of New Orleans and discover one of the most diverse and interesting cities of the United States. This tour invites you to climb aboard the traditional steamboat Natchez, the very last steamboat of its kind in New Orleans! This twist suddenly turns a regular historical tour into an exciting unparalleled experience. So hop on board and charge full speed ahead into the history-ridden regions surrounding the legendary Mississippi River.
This two hour cruise begins by slowly gliding away from the heart of the French Quarter, one of the liveliest and most popular corners of New Orleans, to then transport you along the water back into the age when cotton was as craved as gold. In the forlorn times of New Orleans ‘cottonocracy’, the days were long and the rewards for a hard day’s work, few if any. Recalling these hard past times makes one positively relish the privilege of living in our day and age.
From aboard the steamboat Natchez, you will be able to appreciate in a glance how New Orleans is one of the most active ports in the world. A steamboat floating in the middle of the Mississippi River is the best vantage point for observing the hectic mercantile activity the port is thriving with.
To make the voyage even more enjoyable, you can book a delightful lunch to enjoy while aboard the cruise. That way the beauty of the landscapes you admire throughout the journey can harmonize with the meal’s flavours.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket Office - 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start or opening time: At 11.30am & 2.30pm. Please call to confirm times.
Languages: English.
Others: If the lunch cruise is selected then lunch is included. Please note on the lunch cruise children under 6 years are free on the tour but are charged for food. This is payable locally.

Verfügbar bis 31 März 2018
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Degas House Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: One cannot simply visit New Orleans without dedicating a morning or an afternoon to visiting the history-filled home of Edgar Degas. Join us on this exclusive tour and learn about the fascinating life of this world-renowned artist.
* Guided tour of Degas House
* Tour carried out by one of Degas' very own great grandnieces
* Viewing of the award winning documentary, Degas in New Orleans
Delve into the historical home of Edgar Degas, one of the leading artists of the French Impressionist movement who left us countless famous works of art, such as his mesmerising portraits of ballerinas. In this house lived Degas' maternal relatives, renowned cotton brokers in New Orleans. The Degas House is a Historic House Museum, and it is listed on the prestigious National Register of Historic Places.
Join a guided tour of the Degas House exhibition spaces in two separate houses. Your tour guide will be no other than Degas' Great Grand-niece(s). Also included in the tour is a screening of the award winning documentary, Degas in New Orleans, based on the many letters Edgar Degas wrote in New Orleans, and a self-guided 'Timeline of the Life of Degas' that can be found on the gallery walls. This is the perfect chance for you to learn about the life of the painter and his family, renowned characters in New Orleans history, and you will even learn a bit more about the fascinating history of this city.
Meeting/ pick-up point: 2306 Esplanade Ave.
Duration: Tour only is 2 hours while the tour with breakfast is 3 hours.
Start/opening time: Tour at 10.30am and 1.30pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Children 0-3years old is free.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Double Plantation Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Choose 2 of these 3 plantations to visit on the Great River Road that winds along the Mississippi River between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. The combination choices are: Whitney/Laura, Whitney/Oak Alley, or Laura/Oak Alley.
WHITNEY: In 2014, the Whitney Plantation opened its doors to the public for the first time in its 262 year history as the only plantation museum in Louisiana with a focus on slavery. Through museum exhibits, memorial artwork, restored buildings and hundreds of first-person slave narratives, visitors to Whitney will gain a unique perspective on the enslaved people who lived and worked here. The Big House is one of the finest surviving examples of Spanish Creole architecture and one of the earliest raised Creole cottages in Louisiana. As a site of memory and consciousness, the Whitney Plantation Museum is meant to pay homage to all slaves on the plantation itself and to all of those who lived elsewhere in the United States.
LAURA: Travel back in time to Laura Plantation, an operating sugar farm built in 1805, on what has been called “the best history tour in the U. S. ” You'll have the chance to visit 11 historic buildings on the National Register, including slave cabins in which the West-African folktales of Compair Lapin (later known as Br’er Rabbit) were recorded over 140 years ago. Laura Plantation was awarded the “Top Travel Attraction in Louisiana” by the Louisiana Travel Promotion Association in 2007. It was also listed among “the top 25 most popular house museums in the U. S. ” by the American Academy of Architecture and Design.
OAK ALLEY: Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South! You'll experience a bygone era in one of the South’s most beautiful settings-Oak Alley Plantation, built in 1839. Marvel at the unbelievable quarter-mile long alley of 28 magnificent Oak trees, each over 250 years old, and view the Majestic Cypress Trees in Louisiana’s swamps bordering the Mississippi River. Your guided tour will reveal the fascinating stories of the home and its history. Perhaps the most photographed plantation ever, Oak Alley has been the setting for such motion pictures as Interview with a Vampire, Primary Colors, and the wedding of Bo and Hope from the daytime soap opera, Days of our Lives.
Meeting/pick-up point: Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office at Toulouse St. and Mississippi River, only 1 block from Jackson Square in the French Quarter.
Duration: 7.5 hours (included travel time).
Start/opening time: At 9am.
Operational days: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. From November 1st operation days will be Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Languages: English.
Others: Due to the home's historic nature, access to the second floor is by stairs only. Walking the grounds is an integral part of this experience. No video is allowed inside the plantation home. Includes guided tour and narrated motor-coach transportation.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Evening Jazz Cruise
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Add the icing onto the cake of your trip to New Orleans with this exciting dinner and jazz cruise. And don’t think this is any old cruise, oh no, here you get the chance to hop aboard our very own authentic Steamboat Natchez, New Orleans’ only original Steamboat.
Without a shadow of a doubt, there is no better place or time to contemplate the New Orleans’ skyline than from aboard a good old fashioned steamboat. And if the breathtaking views of the city’s skyline aren’t enough to satisfy your senses, you have the option of booking the cruise with a casual buffet-style dinner. What better way can there be to savour the stunning beauty of New Orleans than by nibbling on some savoury delicatessens in the meantime?
Don’t think the perks of this trip are limited to the awe-inspiring vantage point or the delicious meal. Aboard the Natchez Steamboat you are also invited to have a nosey around the ship’s engine room. Inside this quaint space redesigned to look like a museum you will find all sorts of historical artefacts that have many an interesting history behind them. Step in and make this night one of learning as well as one of beauty.
Throughout the voyage, you can enjoy a jiggle to the live jazz tunes performed by the world renowned Dukes of Dixieland. New Orleans is famous for being the city of jazz, so the Dukes’ jingles provide the perfect background music to this unforgettable journey.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket Office - 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start or opening time: Boarding starts at 6pm. Departs at 7pm.
End or closing time: At 9pm.
Opening days/period: Daily.
Languages: English.
Possible Amendments: The start times often change so please call up to confirm.
Subject to change please call to confirm times Includes: Free entry for children under 6.
Excludes: Food for children under 6.
Others: You must pay for the food for the children under 6 there and then.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Five in One Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Ghosts, Vampires, Witches, Voodoo and Unexplained Mysteries all together in one tour. Follow our licensed guides into the dark alleys and secret courtyards for the thrill tour like no other. We've offered this tour for twenty years as a private specialty tour only. Now for the first time it is being offered a regularly scheduled tour. The stories do not overlap with our other great tours so you can still enjoy your old favorites and sample this "Gumbo" of macabre stories derived from police archives, city records, and our own research. This tour covers not only Ghosts and Vampires but also tales of Voodoo, Witches, and Unsolved Mysteries.
Hear the tales of unsolved murders and crimes of passion that left their ghostly imprints in our history. Follow the footsteps of a mysterious serial killer many believe was something other than human. Find out why things just aren’t always what they appear to be in the hidden corners of the French Quarter! Perfect for those who only have time for 1 tour and want a little taste of everything. Or if you want a sample of what our other more in depth tours are like, this tour is for you! Have you taken all of our tours? Then try this one, the stories are not told on our other tours.
Meeting/pick-up point: 723, St. Peter Street New Orleans.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start/opening time: At 5pm or at 7:30pm.
Languages: English.
Voucher validity: Date of service.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - French Quarter Walking Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The French Quarter Walking Tour gives you access to the mysteries of one of America’s oldest and most unique living neighbourhoods! Stroll along the Mississippi and feel the historical significance of following in the footsteps of countless notable figures. Amble though the French Market and Jackson Square, and down the banquettes of quaint streets named for saints and sinners from our European past.
Feel the French influence of the founder of the city in 1718, Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne as you learn about the Creoles of the area. See the old Quarter come to life as your guide explains its secrets and encourages you to embrace the architecture, courtyards, gardens, food, music, and art. Your tour ends at the Cabildo, built under Spanish rule in 1795-1799, and the site of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803. The Cabildo has served as a city hall, a courthouse and a prison. And its importance can be felt in its history: it was the headquarters of the Louisiana State Supreme Court for the landmark Plessy vs. Ferguson decision. One of the most legendary artefacts on display here is the death mask of the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.
This two hour long, English language walking tour is the most pleasant and informative way to get to know one of America’s most fascinating areas. On Mondays and State Holidays, you will experience another iconic museum or historic home instead of the Cabildo, which is closed on these days.
Meeting/ Pick up point: Gray Line ticket office at 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: 2 hours.
Start or opening time: 10am. From March 1st at 1pm. <<br /> Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Garden District Home Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Wander through the beautiful plantation that many years ago used to belong to Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, the founder of New Orleans. This tour invites you to lose yourself in the splendour of the Garden District, a lush yet urban environment that combines the best of nature’s green grace with the elegant designs of this city’s architectural styles.
The houses in the Garden District are dazzling examples of Greek revival and Italianate architecture. The inhabitants of the breath-taking homes that line this tasteful quarter are no other than some of the United States’ most famous faces. The charming guide, that will accompany you throughout the duration of the tour, is well-versed in the secrets (and perhaps gossip) of who lives behind which facade.
See upfront the glorious private quarters of Anne Rice, an author renowned for her tales of vampire drama; John Goodman, remembered for his roles in Barton Fink and The Big Lebowski; and even Sandra Bullock, whose unforgettable features are in the back of everyone’s mind.
You will also be invited to pay your respects at Archie Manning, the death site of Jefferson David. Visit the amazing cornstalk fence, the above ground burial system, and Commander’s Palace Restaurant. Other stops include Lafayette Cemetery and an exclusive tour of Garden District Home.
This tour will give you an unparalleled insight into the lives of some of America’s most rich and famous; you might even feel like a bit of a superstar yourself.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket office at 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: Two hours and 45 minutes.
Start/opening time: 9.30am.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Ghosts and Spirits Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Dare you come along on this spooky tour of New Orleans, a city referred to as ‘the most haunted city in America’? The stories and urban legends behind some of the uncanny buildings in the area are bound to make you chatter your teeth and go, ‘zoinks!’ All we shall say for now is that throughout history, New Orleans’ colourful homes and taverns have brought countless paranormal investigators to have a sniff around.
On this tour, you are invited to visit various haunted landmarks, where your eloquent guide will rhapsodize the stories behind them – many of which, incidentally, have been featured on The History Channel and The Discovery Channel. For instance, when a heavy rain falls in the French Quarter, many locals swear that they hear a beautiful voice floating out of the mist. If that sends a shiver down your back, wait until you hear the story of Pere Dagobert vs ‘Bloody’ O’Reilly and the ‘singing rain’; perhaps even you will hear the voice.
Furthermore, you will even get the chance to visit the famous Bourbon Orleans Hotel and become acquainted with some of the spirits – no pun intended – that haunt it. This beautiful building was formerly a theatre, a ballroom, an orphanage and a convent before finally becoming a hotel. The staff and visitors often report otherworldly sightings; fancy finding an uninvited guest in your reserved room! The tour doesn’t guarantee you will see a ghost – which is just as well – but it brings you close to them.
Meeting/pick-up point: First floor of the Jackson Brewery at 600 Decatur street.
Duration: Approximately 2 hours.
Start/opening time: 7.30pm.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Hard Rock Cafe New Orleans
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The Hard Rock Café started as a craving for some good American grub and a passion for rock'n'roll, and it has grown to be a destination for millions of people around the world, whether they are on vacation or just out for dinner with the family. With a total of 138 cafes around the world, Hard Rock is a haven for fans of music, food, and great times.
Beginning with an Eric Clapton guitar, Hard Rock owns the world's greatest collection of music memorabilia, which is displayed at its locations around the globe. Rock Walls, Surface tops and Booth Interactive, touchscreen technology allows guests to check out the best pieces of the memorabilia collection, even if it's currently on a wall in another country.
Hard Rock Café serves fresh, handmade, classic American cooking with a Southern flair. Choose from the following menus (combo packages also available - choose from the meals below and also get a Hard Rock Cafe T-Shirt!):
Acoustic - Choice of Entrée (choose one): Hard Rock 6oz Cheeseburger or Bacon Cheeseburger, Hickory Smokehouse Sandwich or Texan, entree salad or sandwich. Dessert: Chef's Dessert. Choice of Beverage (choose one): Coffee, Tea, or Soft Drink.
Electric - Choice of Entrée (choose one): Fajitas (chicken, steak or shrimp), grilled salmon, burgers or sandwiches, smokehouse hickory chicken, smoked ribs OR duo platter, twisted chicken mac and cheese (all entrees are paired with listed side items per menu). Dessert (choose one)t: Apple Cobbler, Cheesecake (both served with coffee or tea). Choice of Soft Drink. Others: Valid for walk-in only. No reservations. Includes tax, gratuity and menu items specified within menu purchased. Menu items cannot be substituted and are subject to change.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Honey Island Swamp Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The adventure begins when you are picked up from your hotel either in the Downtown area or in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana. The van drivers provide insight to the city and give first hand experiences of Hurricane Katrina and the aftermath on your 45 minute to 1 hour drive out of the city.
Keep your eyes peeled for alligators, herons, egrets, deer, feral hogs, nutria, raccoons, otters, turtles and frogs along the banks and the in the murky waters, or look up and out for bald eagles, owls, osprey, and other water fowl soaring through the skies. They'll be there one second and gone the next.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel. Please allow 30 minutes for Pickup. The schedule varies depending on season. Guests should contact the supplier for current times.
Duration: 3 hours.
Languages: English.
Others: Tours run rain or shine.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Hurricane Katrina Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The scars left by Hurricane Katrina can still be seen all over Louisiana almost a decade after she struck the south coast of the United States as you will discover during this informative and thought-provoking tour. Hear eyewitness accounts of the events surrounding the hurricane, which remains the most destructive natural disaster on American soil and cost the lives of more than 1,500 Louisianans. Learn about the chronology of events that leading up to landfall, how the storm unfolded and the devastating aftermath as swathes of the state were flooded and plunged into chaos.
Some of the most interesting of the many accounts you will hear are the history of the original city, the French Quarter, and the reasons for which it was built at this location on the Mississippi River. You will also drive past one of the actual breached levees and be able to appreciate the resulting disarray that displaced hundreds of thousands. Discover the connections between America’s retreating coastal wetlands, oil and gas pipelines, levee protection and how all of this can be affected by the passing of a hurricane. But the tour also offers its share of beauty; contemplate the Lakeview, Gentilly, New Orleans East, St Bernard and the Ninth Ward neighbourhoods.
Later, enjoy a stroll through the port of New Orleans, the second largest port in the country. Marvel at the sheer variety of products that are offloaded and then distributed around the country. This visit completes the big picture of the tour; after hearing about the pre-Katrina events, admire the ensuing economic rebirth of New Orleans.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket office at 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours.
Start or opening time: 1pm.
Languages: English.

Verfügung 25-25 Dezember 2017
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Jingling Through the Crescent Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Give yourself a holiday treat with a fully narrated motor coach tour of New Orleans! You’ll pass the famous French Quarter and learn the history of Jackson Square, home to the Cabildo and Presbytere Museums. Then travel down Esplanade Avenue to City Park, one of the oldest and largest urban parks in the country, which features the largest stand of mature live oaks in the world.
Follow the path of our historic streetcars along Carrollton and St. Charles Avenues past Audubon Park, stately mansions of former kings and queens of Mardi Gras decorated for the holidays, and the exclusive Garden District. Also enjoy a walk through the exquisitely decorated lobby of the beautifully restored Roosevelt Hotel.
Duration: 2.5 hours.
Start/opening time: At 10am.
End/closing time: At 12:30pm.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Louisiana swamp tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Delve into the fascinating history of the Creole and Cajun cultures, an important part of the patchwork of peoples that characterise South Louisiana. With this tour of the Belled to Bayous Plantation/Swamp you will learn a great deal more about this region.
* Visit to the oldest documented French Colonial style house
* Wander around the wildlife refuge of the Manchac Swamp
* Set eyes upon the historical boundary between the lands of Great Britain and Spain
If you want to become familiar with some of the intricacies of the cultures that compose South Louisiana, this is the ideal tour for learning all there is to know about the Creole and Cajun people. Begin your trip with a visit to an ancient French Colonial style house, the oldest documented one of its type in the Lower Mississippi Valley. Continue then by stopping by and wandering through the enlightening halls of the 1811 Slave Revolt Museum. This is the best site for understanding better what went on during the infamous sugar dynasty known as the Destrehan family.
And still the trip is far from over. After seeing their plantation, your next stop is the privately owned wildlife refuge of the Manchac Swamp. Here you will become acquainted with some of the region's most renowned legends, such as that of Rougarou, the famous Cajun werewolf. Lastly, head over to the town of Frenier, where you can see the contested boundary between the lands that used to belong to Great Britain and Spain in the 18th century.
Meeting/pick-up point: Lighthouse Ticket Office at Toulouse St. and Mississippi River only 1 block from Jackson Square in the French Quarter.
Duration: 5.5 hours.
Start/opening time: Tour departs at 1.30pm in October. From November 1st tour starts at 11am till December.
Languages: English.
Others: Parking available at Ticket Office; fees may apply. No video is allowed inside the planation home.
Some wildlife are more numerous during warmer months.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - New Orleans Cemetery History Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Our popular Cemetery History Tour is leisurely daytime stroll into St. Louis Cemetery # 1, our oldest City of the Dead. We will explore tomb architecture, burial procedures, and visit the tomb of New Orleans' most infamous Voodoo Queen, Marie Laveau. This historical tour of the cemetery takes you back in time and recounts the days of when wealth was measured by how expensive one's tomb was!
Duration: Walking Tour: 2hrs approximately
Start/opening time: Tour Time: Is offered daily (7 days a week) at 10:00 AM and Monday - Saturday at 1:15 PM (The cemetery is closed at noon on Sunday therefore, no afternoon Sunday Tour). There are no tours on Mardi Gras Day
Languages: English
Others: Childrens under 5 years old are FREE.

Verfügbar bis 31 Januar 2018
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - New Orleans Power Pass
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Purchase your very own New Orleans PowerPass for free admission to the parts of the city that are most worth visiting. With the PowerPass you will be able to:
* Visit the city's most interesting museums
* Join walking tours of New Orleans
* Admission to gardens, boat tours, IMAX cinemas and much more.
If you are afraid of leaving New Orleans without having seen most of the things this wonderful city has to offer, make sure to purchase and carry a PowerPass around town with you. The PowerPass opens the doors of a variety of city museums, such as the 1850 House, the Confederate Memorial Hall Museum, Cabildo (the Louisiana State Museum), the Children's Museum, the National WWII Museum, the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Musee Conti Wax Museum Confederate Museum, the Historic New Orleans Collection, the Old US Mint and the Presbytere.
If you are into wandering around town, join one of the city's walking tours: Tour Treme’ Walking Tour, Louis #1 Cemetery Walking Tour, French Quarter Walking Tour or Garden District/Irish Channel/Lafayette Cemetery Walking Tour.
And that's not even the tip of the iceberg. You can hop on the city tour bus, watch a film at the IMAX theatre, play a free round of golf at Audubon Park, visit the Audubon Zoo, Insectarium and Aquarium of the Americas and join a Swamp Tour by Boat. Visit Blaine Kern's Mardi Gras World or sign up to a Cooking Demonstration Class. The options are endless.
Meeting/pick-up point: Redeem voucher at the New Orleans Visitor's Center.
Others: Availability of each attraction varies; please refer to your New Orleans guide brochure when picking up your PowerPass. Your PowerPass is valid for the number of consecutive calendar days you purchase, beginning on the first day of use.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - New Orleans city sightseeing - Hop on-hop off
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: See all there is to see in the largest city in the state of Louisiana with this practical and fun-filled hop on - hop off bus tour of New Orleans.
* Best way to move around the city while also getting to see its most important landmarks
* Possibility of hopping off the bus at any given stop and joining it again later
* Individual commentaries to learn about the city's history
Explore the city that sits on the banks of the Mississippi River with this hop on - hop off bus tour, by far the most practical way of sightseeing. Possibly the biggest advantage of the hop on - hop off bus is the fact that you can jump off the bus at any given stop that is more interesting to you to further explore it on foot. Once you're done, all you have to do it wait at the nearest bus station and soon enough another bus will show up for you to continue the tour.
Hop off at the Superdome, the world's largest fixed dome structure, or even at the Insectarium, an Asian inspired garden where you can walk through clouds of beautiful butterflies. Don't miss the National WWII Museum, the St Louis Cathedral or the picturesque French Quarter. Walk down Royal Street, inspect the French Market or wander through St Louis Cemetery. And of course travel to Mardi Gras World and Bourbon Street. All of this and much more is a mere hop away.
Meeting/pick-up point: Stop #1 Jackson Square, Basin St Station.
Duration: Ticket includes hop on and hop off privileges for 3 days from time ticket is redeemed. The tour takes two hours.
Start/opening time: Daily departures every 30 minutes from 9.30am to 5.30pm approx.
Languages: English.
Others: The 3 Day ticket includes the Cemetery Tour, the French Quarter Walking tour AND a guided tour of the Garden District.
Buses do not run on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Oak Alley Plantation Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Stroll down the time tunnel of Oak Alley and be transported back to the Old South. This guided tour of historic former sugar plantation an hour west of New Orleans offers you a glimpse of the high life lived by slave owners and the misery of the slaves’ lives.
The most striking aspect of the plantation is the first impression. The walk to the main house is made through a quarter-mile-long driveway completely covered, like a tunnel, by 250-year-old oak trees. As a scene setter, it cannot be beaten.
Oak Alley was built in 1839 and belonged to the Roman family until shortly after the Civil War smashed the Southern slave-owning class. As you wander around the immaculately manicured estate and enter the elegant Big House, you will have a sense of just how privileged their lives were. It is hard to believe what unspeakable cruelty the other residents of this plantation suffered. Indeed, over the decades, many who have worked here have encountered ghosts. The human stories behind Oak Alley will be revealed by your guide.
The interior has been preserved to look like it would have during the heyday of the Roman family, who were French creoles. Antiques, four-poster beds, china dolls, candelabras… everything evokes that bygone era. Stand at the veranda and look out at the fields that would have been worked by the slaves in blistering heat while the masters were fanned.
Meeting point: is at 12pm in the Gray Line Lighthouse Ticket Office on Toulouse Street in the French Quarter, with return at about 4.30pm. Video filming is not allowed inside the Big House.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Original Cocktail Walking Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Enjoy a walk round the lively French Quarter of New Orleans and discover the many exotic cocktails this city’s restaurants and bars have in store for you. If you have never heard about the famous spirits of New Orleans, then this is your chance to not only become acquainted with them but to even become somewhat of an expert.
New Orleans is widely known in popular culture to be one of the most haunted towns in the United States. Luckily for you though, this tour concentrates on a different kind of spirits, of which New Orleans also happens to have a large generous stock. You could indeed call it a history tour with a twist.
Learn through your palate about the history of New Orleans’ fine dining and drinking. Taste its famous Sazerac – a modified version of your good old fashioned whisky or cognac – or even the renowned Pimm’s Cup. Ever knocked back a chilly Hand Grenade? Or maybe you want to sip on a sweet Hurricane. Let us entertain you on this tour with the timeless tales behind some of the many unparalleled concoctions that acquired world fame here in this city and also of the eccentric characters that brought them to life.
This tour will give you, in short, a different view of the city of New Orleans. A slightly blurry view, perhaps, but a very pleasant one nevertheless. You won’t be able to get enough.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket Office at 400 Toulouse Street.
Duration: Two and a half hours.
Start or opening time: 4pm.
End or closing time: 6.30pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Includes souvenir Mardi Gras beads. This is a walking tour on uneven sidewalks and streets, so please wear comfortable shoes! During warmer months, we recommend that you wear lightly colored clothing (no tank tops on men); caps/hats and umbrellas are also suggested.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Plantation Tours - With Transport
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: We chose only the most unique plantations to visit. On this tour, guests will see the grandeur and diversity of New Orleans by visiting not one but two sites - Oak Alley and Laura Plantation. Each home is a historic landmark in itself. By visiting two sugar cane plantations which survived the civil war, guests will step back in time to get a glimpse of privileged southern living in the 1800's.
Spend the day along the old Mississippi River Road, visiting Louisiana’s most famous plantations. With Cajun Encounters you will journey down the historic River Road Region as you make your way to these historic landmarks. On this tour, you will see the grandeur and diversity of New Orleans by visiting Oak Alley Plantation and Laura: A Creole Plantation.
Laura: A Creole Plantation, has a rich and unique history, from the home itself to the stories of the four women that ran it, one of which it was named for. Tour this 200+ year old sugarcane plantation. Tour includes a walkthrough of the “Big House” as well as slave quarters. Initially the Plantation was built and run by a French Creole family, the DuParcs, and later turned over to a German family, the Waguespacks, who ran it for nearly 95 years. The West African influences however highlight the history of this plantation. The “Tales of Br’er Rabbit” were based on stories told by the West African freedmen working on the plantation around 1870, to Alcée Fortier, a friend and neighbor of the family. These stories were variations of traditional stories told in their homeland, Senegal, and interpreted by the African slaves and freedmen of the plantation to their children.
Oak Alley Plantation gets its name from the spectacular quarter mile tunnel of 28 oak trees that frame the plantation as you approach. Built in 1839 and facing the Mississippi River, Oak Alley’s magnificent appearance makes it a MUST SEE destination on everyone’s list of historic Louisiana sites. This plantation was originally named Bon Séjour (pleasant sojourn), but became known as Oak Alley when riverboat passengers floating by marveled at the double row of giant live oak trees leading to the plantation. The plantation is a Greek revival style mansion with the striking feature of free standing Doric columns surrounding the entire mansion.
Meeting/pick-up point: Downtown New Orleans hotels.
Drop-off location: Downtown New Orleans hotels.
Pick-up time: At 8:30am and 11:45am. Please allow 30 minutes for pick-up.
Opening days/period: Tours depart twice each day. The schedule varies depending on season.
Duration: Approximately 6.5 hours.
Languages: English.
Others: Guests should contact the supplier for current times. Remember to bring the voucher and valid photo ID with you. Tours run rain or shine.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Plantation and Swamp Combo
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Travel back in time with this exciting journey through the wild and beautiful antebellum scenarios surrounding New Orleans. Not only will you marvel at the beauty of nature, you will even get a chance to see the awe-inspiring beasts that inhabit the southern Louisiana swamps. Experience all of this and feel a greater attachment to this land.
Your incursion into the wild begins the very moment you are picked up from your hotel. As you drive away from the hectic downtown New Orleans, enjoy the smooth transition from city life to the silence of nature.
You have the opportunity of choosing from one of two amazing tours. On the one hand, you can visit the Oak Alley Plantation and, on the other, the Laura Plantation. Oak Alley was constructed in the early 19th century and it is especially renowned for its alley of 28 evenly spaces live oak trees that majestically flank the path. The oaks are believes to be by many experts at least 100 years older than the big house alongside which they stand.
If you decide to visit Laura, you delve into an old Creole sugarcane plantation that dates back more than 200 years. It was originally erected as far back as 1805. Learn about the fascinating lives of this plantation’s Creole men, women, slaves and children. In short, these tours guarantee to tighten your bonds with American history and wildlife.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up available from downtown New Orleans area hotels.
Start/opening time: Pick up begins at 10:30am (approximate time).
End/closing time: 5:30pm (approximate time).
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Segway Guided Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Explore the exciting New Orleans like you never thought you would explore a city with these wild Segway tours. This is by far the best way of getting to see all the different faces of the birthplace of jazz, from the French and Spanish colonial quarters to the night-life on Bourbon Street.
New Orleans Segway Tour shows you all you have to see in no more than three hours. Glide from the legendary Mississippi river to the infamous ghosts that haunt Bourbon Street. On this guided tour you will be taken to all of the important sites in New Orleans, making it a perfect educational experience for tourists and locals alike. Some of the highlights include the French Quarter, the Treme Neighbourhood, Louis Armstrong Park, Congo Square and many more.
The New Orleans Segway Experience, on the other hand, provides the best summary of the city for those who don’t want to spend a lot of time sightseeing. Soaring through the French Quarter you will fall in love with the quarter… and with the Segway.
Last but not least, the New Orleans Evening Segway Tour adds a romantic twist to this speedy tour of the cradle of jazz. See the French Quarter slowly adopt more beautiful nightly hues as the sun slowly sets over the skyline. This tour compresses all of the most important New Orleans landmarks into a mere two hours in order to see them all under the spell of nightfall. Mardi Gras Segway Tour - Mardi Gras isn’t just a day in New Orleans, it’s an entire season filled with parades, throws, wild costumes, and music. They call it the “Greatest Free Show on Earth” and the best way to see it is cruising around the city on a Segway. For the Carnival season City Segway Tours will be your personal guide to Mardi Gras past and present. On this tour you will learn about the history of Mardi Gras in New Orleans, see the wonderfully decorated houses and balconies in the French Quarter, learn about the Mardi Gras Indians and other great carnival traditions, there are plenty of fantastic photo opportunities, and don’t forget the beads.
Tours on Tuesday and Saturday ONLY riders will get a unique opportunity to access the Backstreet Cultural Museum on the Mardi Gras Tour. Set in the heart of New Orleans' Historic Treme neighborhood, the Backstreet Cultural Museum is dedicated to documenting, collecting, and preserving New Orleans’ Mardi Gras traditions. Riders will get to experience Mardi Gras through the Backstreet's extensive collection of Mardi Gras Indian Suits, and the costumes, pictures and videos of many of the characters that take to the streets on Mardi Gras Day. Inside you’ll find exhibits on the Mardi Gras Indians, jazz funerals, the Skull and Bone Gangs, Baby Dolls, and much more. Backstreet allows the visitor to get closer to these artifacts than anywhere else in the world. Access to the museum is included
Mardi Gras Tour highlights include Lafayette Square, Municipal Auditorium, Backstreet Cultural Museum, ''Big Chief'' Tootie Montana and Krewe du Vieux. Approximately 2 hours.
Meeting/pick-up point: City Segway Tour Street 214 Decatur Street.
Duration: New Orleans Segway Tour is approximately 3 hours. New Orleans Segway Experience Tour, New Orleans Evening Segway Tour and Mardi Gras Segway Tour are approximately 2 hours.
Start or opening time: New Orleans Segway Tour at 10am and 2pm. New Orleans Segway Experience Tour at 11am; during Mardi Gras season this tour departs at 9am. New Orleans Evening Segway Tour at 6pm and Mardi Gras Segway Tour at 10am, 1pm and 4pm.
Languages: English.
Others: Maximum number of participants: 8 per guide.

Verfügbar ab 1 April 2018
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Sunday Jazz Cruise
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Add an educational twist to this thrilling pub crawl of beautiful New Orleans, the cradle of jazz music. The moment you step away from the touristic French Quarter and head towards the wonderful Arts and Warehouse District, you enter a world of historical heritage distilled in an entourage of extraordinary libations. Join us and learn about the city’s history from the point of view of a local and while clutching some of New Orleans’ specialty drinks.
On this crawl you get the chance to explore the colourful story behind New Orleans, how this city through all the mishaps of history came to be the world-renowned wonder it is now. Learn all about the city’s most distinctive sights and landmarks to pleasure your eyes and mind. All of that while also giving your palate a break by knocking back some of the signature beverages concocted only in this part of the world.
The crawl takes you to three bars and restaurants, unparalleled both in quality and in character. With the discounts provided by the tour, you are invited to try a great variety of classic New Orleans offerings.
Some of the historic attractions you will see are Lafayette Square, St Patrick’s Church, Julia Street and the famous Piazza d’Italia. What better way can there possibly be to discover the hometown of bourbon than by combining history and drinks in a leisurely tour around one of the fanciest districts? Cheers!
Meeting/ pick-up point: Ticket Office - Lighthouse Ticket Office at Toulouse St. and Mississippi River only 1 block from Jackson Square in the French Quarter.
Duration: Cruise is approximately 2 hours.
Start/opening time: 11.30am to 1.30pm cruise will board at 11am and 2.30pm to 4.30pm cruise will board at 2pm.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Super City Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: The New Orleans super city tour allows you to travel through three centuries of history, legends and romance in 'the City that Care Forgot'. This absorbing tour through the Big Easy captures the spirit of one of the most vibrant of America’s cities. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the world famous French Quarter and historic Jackson Square, home of the Cabildo and Presbytere Museums.
Visit one of our historic cemeteries, referred to as “Cities of the Dead, ” and learn about this unique above ground burial system. Shiver your timbers at stories of voodoo and piracy on Bayou St. John, the waterway used by Jean Lafitte and his band of pirates! We make our way to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain where you can marvel at the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. Relish the view of the ultra-exclusive, world famous Garden District, and admire the stately mansions and the homes of former Kings and Queens of Mardi Gras before viewing Tulane and Loyola Universities across from Audubon Park. This park is home to one of the top five zoos in the nation, The Audubon Zoo.
Immerse yourself in the culture and history of the city as we follow the path of the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, which was the oldest continuously operating passenger railway system in the world until service was disrupted by Hurricane Katrina. Immerse yourself in the vitality and history of this fascinating city and you will never want to leave!
> Meeting/ Pick up point: Ticket Office located at 400 Toulouse St.
Start or opening time: 9am or 2pm.
End or closing time: 11am or 4pm.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Swamp and Bayou with Transport
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Explore the mysteries and timeless beauty of southern Louisiana on this exciting trip over land and water. This is a chance to drive alongside the Mississippi River, hop onto a swamp boat and mix and mingle with the natives, all in one comprehensive tour of the Louisiana swamps and bayous.
Your tour begins the moment you climb onto the motor coach and you then set off for a brief but pleasant ride across the Mississippi River. Contemplate the breathtaking landscapes as they glide by your window and feel how all your daily worries fall back behind you.
Once you arrive at your destination, prepare to embark on a fascinating boat trip along Louisiana’s lively swamps. Aboard the all-weather swamp boat you have a privileged view of the nesting grounds of various critters from alligators and egrets to raccoons and nutria, as well as many species of snakes.
Native guides will tell you all about the strenuous efforts that have been carried out in order to preserve and restore Louisiana’s vanishing wetlands. This same tour you has been featured on The Discovery Channel, The Travel Channel, CBS, NBC and ABC. So don’t forget to bring your camera; these lands have the two ideal ingredients to bring filming crews over: a very interesting history and awe-inspiring backdrops that make wonderful pictures. Snap a pic of yourself in these fantastic entourages to preserve the memory forever.
Meeting/pick-up point: Ticket office at 400 Toulouse Street Wharf. Guest will then be tranported to/from swamp cruise.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours including transportation to and from facility.
Start/opening time: January 1 - February 28, 2013 11am & 1pm Daily, March 1 - October 31, 2013 9am, 11am & 1pm Daily and November 1 - December 31, 2013 11am & 1pm Daily.
Languages: English.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - The Court of Two Sisters Restaurant
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Discover the very stuff the city of New Orleans is made of with this visit to a world-famous live jazz brunch buffet. And this thrilling show doesn’t take place in any old venue; it is located in the largest courtyard in the heart of the exciting French Quarter.
Brunch is the ideal meal for any visitor. It gives you the opportunity to go out until late and then not have to worry about waking up early to reach the hotel buffet before closing time. Therefore, this tour invites you, even encourages you, to spend a lazy morning however most pleases you before coming along to the lively streets of the French Quarter.
New Orleans is renowned around the globe for being a melting pot of cultures that brought forth a huge variety of styles into the musical world. Influences from sources as varied as Europe, the Caribbean and even Africa blend and come together in this cradle of harmony.
And of course, of the many tunes that blare out of New Orleans windows, the most characteristic ones are the sensuous melodies of jazz. On our Jazz Brunch Buffet you can enjoy top quality jingles while feasting on a true king’s breakfast. Savour more than 80 different items, from eggs Benedict to spicy oysters Bienville, all freshly made. If you prefer, you also have the opportunity of coming to this same venue for a romantic evening for a creole dinner, with dishes such as lobster etouffée and veal royal court.
Adress: 613 Royal Street. Please reconfirm booking at least 48 hours before.
Start/opening time: Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 3pm; Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 11am to 3pm. / For dinner, it’s open from 5.30pm to 10pm.
Others: Brunch includes coffee, tea, juices and 1 glass of COTS house wine. Dinner includes coffee & tea.
Tax and service charge included in rate.
No sleeveless shirts on men.

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Vampire Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Enter the world of the undead as our licensed guides take you for an unforgettable journey into the darkest ends of the French Quarter. Experience the legends of famous New Orleans vampires, real and fictional. Visit locations associated with these creatures of the night including a visit to a once Vampire Tavern! Are there vampires still lurking in the French Quarter? You decide!
Duration: approximately 2 hours. Open Daily Year round, Excluding Mardi Gras day 3 hours
Start/opening time: approximately 8:30pm
Languages: English

Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA - Voodoo Tour
Ausflüge in New Orleans - LA: Our famous Voodoo History Tours explores the mysterious world of Voodoo in New Orleans. This educational, historical walking tour dispels the Hollywood myths and stigma surrounding the most misunderstood and fear religions in the world. This tour visits actual Voodoo altars and tells the tales of Old New Orleans when a hysteria gripped the city for over one hundred years.
Duration: approximately 1.5 hours
Start/opening time: approximately 7:30pm. Open: Fridays, Saturdays, & Sundays. There are no tours on Mardi Gras Day.
Languages: English

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