Private Guided Walking Tour of Bourbon Street

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Private Guided Walking Tour of Bourbon Street
Detail Duration: 90 to 120 minutes
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Private Guided Walking Tour of Bourbon Street
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If you're planning a visit to New Orleans, a Private Guided Walking Tour of Bourbon Street should be at the top of your list. Located in the heart of the historic French Quarter, Bourbon Street is famous for its vibrant nightlife, live music, and historic landmarks. Your knowledgeable guide will take you on a journey through the unique history and culture of this iconic street.

During the walking tour, you can expect to see some of the most famous landmarks in the area: from the French Quarter's oldest structures to modern-day attractions such as the iconic neon lights of Bourbon Street. You'll also learn about the significance of each location and how it has shaped the character of this beautiful city.

The tour typically lasts for approximately two hours, and you'll cover approximately one mile during this time. You'll be walking for the duration of the tour, so comfortable shoes are a must. Clothing should be suitable for the weather conditions, as most tours take place outdoors.

As you explore Bourbon Street, your guide will provide fascinating historical insight and background stories of each location. You'll learn about how Bourbon Street was named after the French royal family, Louis XIV's House, and the Battle of New Orleans. You'll also hear about the colorful characters that have called Bourbon Street home over the years, from jazz musicians to writers to infamous gamblers.

One of the highlights of this walking tour is the chance to witness live entertainment on Bourbon Street. You'll be amazed by the upbeat brass bands and street performers playing day and night all year round. There is literally something for everyone, from blues, jazz, and rock and roll to classic Louisiana music.

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 Stop at  Big Easy Daiquiris
At Big Easy Daiquiris in New Orleans, you'll find a lively and vibrant atmosphere, marking the heart of the party town. This colorful hotspot offers delectable frozen daiquiris, making it your perfect retreat to cool down on a hot Louisiana day or warm up the evening with local, spicy flavors.
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 Stop at  Bourbon Street
For nightlife enthusiasts, Bourbon Street offers a thrumming pulse of energy with a wide array of bars and clubs to dance the night away.
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 Stop at  Cafe Lafitte in Exile
Immerse yourself in the vibrant ambiance of Café Lafitte in Exile, the oldest gay bar in the United States. Nestled in the heart of New Orleans, this famed venue beams with history and electric nightlife. From celebrity sightings to musical history, experience the joie de vivre of this enduring symbol of New Orleans' tolerant and festive spirit.
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 Stop at  Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Experience the vibrant heart of New Orleans at Felix's Restaurant & Oyster Bar. Savor the divine delight of fresh, local oysters served in a multitude of ways - raw, chargrilled, or Rockefeller. As you bask in the inviting ambience, indulge in an array of Creole and Cajun favorites, making every mouthful a celebration of regional tastes. Felix's is more than a dining spot, it's an unforgettable taste adventure.
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 Stop at  Galatoire's
Experience the soul of New Orleans dining at Galatoire's. This century-old restaurant, nestled in the heart of the French Quarter, blends tradition and charm. Here, you'll savor timeless Creole cuisine amidst the romantic buzz of Bourbon Street. Pleasure in conversation, laughter, and fine gastronomy, making your time at Galatoire's a moment to treasure. Witness the grandeur of New Orleans's culinary scene as it unfolds before you, here at Galatoire's.
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 Stop at  Jackson Square in New Orleans, LA
A place of historical importance, Jackson Square also offers a family-friendly environment with ample recreational space.
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 Stop at  Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
With an inviting atmosphere that has retained its historic charm, Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar provides an immersive, enjoyable drinking experience.
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 Stop at  Marie Laveau's House Of Voodoo
Experience the intriguing allure of Marie Laveau’s House of Voodoo, resonating with age-old traditions and historic narratives. A visit here is akin to stepping into a bygone era of mystic power.
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 Stop at  Old Absinthe House
Steeped in mystery and history, the Old Absinthe House in New Orleans is a must-see haunt for cocktail enthusiasts. Roam around the age-old bar, filled with centuries-old memorabilia and join the ranks of famous patrons, savoring the licorice-flavored spirit in a timeless ritual.
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 Stop at  Pat O'Brien's in New Orleans, LA
Pat O'Brien's is an essential stop in the iconic French Quarter. Here, savor rich Creole flavors, sip unique cocktails, and be serenaded by dueling pianos. In its enchanting courtyard, remnants of past eras converge with a pulsating present.
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 Stop at  Preservation Hall
The story of jazz is told every night at Preservation Hall. A monument to North American music, it's here where the traditions of New Orleans jazz continue to flourish.
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 Stop at  The Royal Sonesta New Orleans
Experience a luxuriously historic stay at the Royal Sonesta New Orleans, located in the vibrant heart of Bourbon Street. This premier destination boasts lush courtyards, unique local cuisine, refined guest rooms, and a touch of timeless elegance. It’s more than just an accommodation, it’s an immersion in authentic New Orleans culture and Southern charm. Discover your perfect blend of comfort, style and the Spirit of Big Easy at the Royal Sonesta.

In summary, a Private Guided Walking Tour of Bourbon Street is a must-see attraction in New Orleans. You'll get to explore the rich history of one of America's most iconic streets while taking in the vibrant atmosphere and live entertainment. Make sure to wear comfortable clothes and shoes and be prepared to discover the hidden gems of the historic French Quarter on this once-in-a-lifetime walking tour.


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