Spicy cuisine, round-the-clock entertainment, and a tremendous live music scene define New Orleans, Louisiana. Just one stay at a hotel on Bourbon Street will prove that to you. And beyond the good parties and good eats is a city rich in history and culture—you'll find Spanish, French, Native American, and African influences throughout town. The Big Easy is a city built to stimulate the senses and the mind, so if you're looking to feel alive, come to New Orleans today.
Bourbon Street is wild any time of the year, but few events in the world eclipse the madness and fun of Mardi Gras on Bourbon Street. It's during this time that hotels on Bourbon Street are fully booked, and the street is packed with partygoers, performers, dancers, and more. Even during other times of the year, the famous street in the French Quarter begs you to let loose. Listen to an up-and-coming blues band at a bar, order a hurricane cocktail, and sample some Cajun food.
Play like there's no tomorrow.
If you get a little worn out having fun on Bourbon Street, don't freak out. There are plenty of hotels in New Orleans offering cozy beds for you to relax. The areas close to Bourbon Street also have many laid-back activities. You could head to a place like City Park, which is just over two miles away and offers 1,300 acres of magical green space for you to enjoy. Bourbon Street is also a quarter-mile from Jackson Square, one of America's most historic public spaces—here you can enjoy a cup of coffee and casual conversation.
Experience New Orleans
From the legendary nightlife to the great outdoors, New Orleans is a city truly worthy of being on everyone's bucket list. Hence, you undoubtedly want to have extra money for the trip. Look for hotels on or near Bourbon Street on Travelocity. Save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight at the same time, and start looking at Travelocity's New Orleans vacation packages today.