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Flights to New Orleans

Flights to New Orleans

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What airlines fly to New Orleans?

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What are the main things to do and see in New Orleans?

In Southern Louisiana, in the Mississippi River Delta, is the heady, sprawling blend of French and African-American histories, music and food that is New Orleans. The cool jazz and hot Creole spills into the humid air and a stroll down Bourbon Street lets you live the local motto about rolling good times.

New Orleans has the oldest continuously-operating streetcar in the world and is a great way to see some of this popular city. Famous for its festivals, particularly Mardi Gras, New Orleans Jazz Fest, and Voodoo Fest, there's always something going on and a stranger willing to talk to you.

Here's a quick guide to New Orleans' districts:

  • French Quarter – the oldest, and most-visited, hub of the city with bars, restaurants, antiques and a charm all its own
  • Central Business District – includes high-rise hotels, restaurants and many museums
  • Downriver – includes the authentic music district of Frenchmen Street and the areas still struggling post-Katrina, though there are still attractions here
  • Uptown – the St. Charles Avenue streetcar runs through here and the beautiful old architecture is worth a visit itself, then you can lose yourself in blocks of art galleries, designer studios and clothing stores
What is the weather like in New Orleans?

The average maximum temperature for New Orleans ranges between 17 and 33 degrees. The hottest month is August with an average temperature of 30 degrees and the coldest month is January with an average temperature of 13 degrees.

How much does it rain in New Orleans? What is the driest/rainiest month in New Orleans?

The average annual rainfall for New Orleans, USA, is 1546mm of precipitation.
The wettest month with the highest rainfall is July, with 167mm of precipitation. The driest month with the lowest rainfall is October, with 77mm of precipitation.

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