Music lovers and foodies will rejoice
The French Quarter is a magnificent area of New Orleans that features French and Spanish colonial architecture, boutique shopping, art galleries, confectioneries, and exquisite restaurants. History buffs, shoppers, music lovers, and foodies will rejoice with the number of offerings that can be found in this iconic New Orleans neighborhood.
Bourbon Street itself is lined with an almost endless number of bars, restaurants, and tourist shops that make for a fun-filled evening. Royal Street, running parallel to Bourbon Street, offers a wide range of antique shops, clothing stores, and locally made art and jewelry boutiques. When in the French Quarter, make sure to visit the immaculate St. Louis Cathedral. Nearby, you can experience the world-famous beignets and chicory coffee at Cafe du Monde! Tourists staying at hotels close to French Quarter entertainment, like The Troubadour, will have endless options to explore.
The fun in New Orleans goes beyond the French Quarter. Families will love The Troubadour’s location since it is conveniently located within walking distance of the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. The hotel is also only a 10-minute walk from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line that goes towards the Garden District and Uptown neighborhoods. Once you’ve toured the French Quarter, hop on the streetcar and take it to Washington Avenue where you’ll be able to visit popular tourist attractions like Lafayette Cemetery and Magazine Street, which is another great area for shopping and dining.