Must-See French Quarter Buildings in New Orleans

Louisiana, New Orleans Guide (B): Must-See French Quarter Buildings in New Orleans

New Orleans is known for Mardi Gras and Jazz capital of the world. You might have heard about the famous Bourbon Street which is pretty wild during the day as well as night throughout the year with its live Jazz music and mass alcohol consumption on the street. But French Quarter in New Orleans is a different side of the America which you have never seen before. From the buzzing high energy of the pubs, street performers, antique shops and art galleries to the Jazz music and extremely delicious Cajun food, French Quarter is a hub of all the amazing attractions to entice any of its visitors. But if you’re an architecture lover, French Quarter has much more to offer. From the blend of its French, Spanish to the American and Creole style architectures, you will witness a unique world. Walking in the oldest and world-famous French Quarter is an experience in itself!

I visited New Orleans this Memorial Day weekend and fell in love with NOLA because it is unique, spectacular and has the vibes of the old world glamor. As an architecture lover, French Quarter was a real treat to my eyes!  ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Must-See French Quarter Buildings in New Orleans
Guide Location: USA » New Orleans
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: St. Louis Cathedral   The Cabildo   Hotel Monteleone   Miltenberger Houses   Cornstalk Hotel   Pedesclaux-Lemonnier Mansion   LaLaurie House   Maison Royale   Louisiana Supreme Court Building  
Author: Ana Ojha
Read it on author's website: http://www.anamikaojha.com/2017/06/01/new-orleans-architecture-must-see-french-quarter-buildings/