|Welcome to New Orleans. Whether you're looking for a buzzing nightlife or just a funky,
laidback good time, New Orleans has something for everyone to enjoy. The famous city practically bubbles over with more music, cuisine, history,
and unique culture than you can imagine. Exploring the quirky but captivating French Quarter is a great place to start. Venturing out into the
Garden District, which features the Audubon Zoo, or taking a tour through the wetlands of Cajun Country are also great activities. So book a
cruise vacation that takes you from the bayou to the tropics. With its coastal location, cruises from New Orleans to the Western Caribbean are
a great way to go.
Looking for a no-hassle, no-headache way to take that cruise you've been dreaming of? Forget about connecting flights, complicated planning, and cross-country hikes just to get on your ship. Your answer could be just a short drive or flight away.
With sailings from any one of 21 conveniently located U.S. ports, saving yourself time, money, and stress has never been easier. Plus, all your meals, accommodations, and most activities are paid for in one low upfront price. So get the most out of your travel dollar, and cruise from close-to-home!
|Spend a few days before or after your cruise in the Big Easy city of New Orleans, Louisiana, and you'll fall in
love with the people, food, atmosphere, and music. The city of New Orleans has fought its way back after the devastating hurricane
Katrina and many restaurants, attractions, clubs, museums, and music halls are open, ready, and waiting for your visit! Your cruise
ship will dock at the Port Of New Orleans, which serves over 700,000 cruise passengers a year. The historic French Quarter, restaurants,
arts district, and shopping are all within walking distance of the port. Enjoy the tastes of traditional Cajun, Creole, and Southern
cuisine while tapping your feet to some Dixieland jazz – after all, New Orleans is the birthplace of Jazz. If you are fortunate enough
to visit in February or March you will be treated to the famous Mardi Gras celebration, where people literally dance in the streets. New
Orleans is also home to more national historic landmarks than any other city in the U.S., which means history buffs will love it here.
While visiting the city, be sure to experience some of these highlights:
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Parking is readily available for either the Erato St. or the Julia St. cruise terminals. Parking for both terminals is located in the Erato St. garage. Once you have parked, you can either have an attendant help you with your baggage or carry it yourself, as it's only a short distance from the lot to the terminal entrance. The garages are secure, well-lit and patrolled regularly. Parking for oversize vehicles is also available.
The cruise terminal complex is in the same complex as the RiverWalk Shopping Mall. The cruise terminals are all off of the RiverFront Streetcar Line, a trolley service with two stops adjacent to the cruise terminals. The Louis Armstrong International Airport, less than 20 miles from the port, also offers shuttles and limousine service.