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Cheap Flights to New Orleans Louis Armstrong

Cheap Flights to New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport

New Orleans is known for its nightlife, cuisine, history, and much, much more. It is a varied, interesting, and international city that blends cultures and histories. It's an incredible destination for food, drink, music, history, and so much more.

Getting to New Orleans

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is located west of downtown New Orleans.  The airport is currently undergoing renovations and expansion.

The most convenient way to travel downtown from the airport is by taxi. However, there is also an express bus route into the city.

The Best Time to Book a Flight to New Orleans

The busiest time in New Orleans is Mardi Gras. Mardi Gras season runs from January through March. The two weeks prior to Shrove Tuesday are filled with large parades, festivals and events each and every day. If you want to plan your visit during this time, you'll need to schedule your trip well in advance as New Orleans hotels book up fast.

Airlines that Fly to New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport

Several international airlines fly to Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, including Air Canada, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, United Airlines, Southwest Airlines, JetBlue Airlines and many others. Skyscanner can help you find the best flights and cheapest rates to New Orleans Louis Armstrong Airport.

What to See and Do in New Orleans

Bourbon Street is an infamous street located in the heart of the French Quarter, New Orleans' oldest neighbourhood. It may be quiet during most days, but it truly comes alive at night. During Mardi Gras, thousands of people pack the streets for celebrations, but the street is filled with life just about every evening.

The French Quarter is the oldest area of the city, and has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. Many of the buildings are hundreds of years old, and its where you'll find charming boutiques, incredible restaurants, and an almost overwhelming array of live music.

Speaking of live music, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival (commonly known as "Jazz Fest") is held each year in the last weekend of April and first weekend of May. In addition to magical music, you'll also find vendors selling crafts and local foods during the festival.

Tips for Visiting New Orleans

New Orleans is an excellent city for walking or cycling, as it's quite flat and many of the sites are located within close proximity to one another.

Tourists should watch out for pickpockets, especially during the many busy festivals. Don't leave your wallet or smartphone in your back pocket, and always keep an eye on your valuables. You'll also want to watch out for "grifters" who tend to roam through the most popular tourist areas attempting to trick unsuspecting tourists out of their money.

While New Orleans is known for it's 24-hour nightlife, you will still need to exercise caution during the wee hours of the night. It's best to make sure that you're always with someone when it gets dark.

Canadians require a valid passport to enter the United States, but a visa is not needed to visit or study there. At the time of entry, Canadians are generally granted a stay of six months. There are currently no travel advisories for Canadians visiting New Orleans or the United States.

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