New Orleans

Saint Louis Cathedral What is Jackson Square Today Antoine's Restaurant

Kora Live Music Street in French Quarter

On the Street

Easy recognizable French heritage makes New Orleans (Louisiana) the most unique city in the United States. The oldest district – like a melting pot – carries a mixed international heritage related to the history of this region. French Quarter is a place where you can walk old narrow streets, listen to authentic live jazz or visit many art galleries with countless old work of arts from all over the world. Unique architecture caches the eye from the very first moment. European roots are clearly visible here. Streets with endless balconies with intricate ironwork and courtyards filled with greenery resemble small towns and villages somewhere in southern Europe.

The Art Gallery Stairway in the Columns Hotel Horse Hitching Post

Balcony Intricate Ironwork Endless Balconies

Bourbon Street by Night Live Jazz Live Music