The Ultimate Guide to a Long Weekend in Nola!

Group 6 New Orleans, Louisiana
Summer, Fall
$$, $$$

About the location

We fell in love with New Orleans - from the bike-ability, the culture and history to its amazing food! Our guide is for travelers who like to be active and explore! There is so much to see and do in Nola. And, I've got you covered!

Nola is great for all ages and especially those who love to immerse themselves in the culture, the history and the food! There are so many cool neighborhoods to explore in New Orleans. And, a surprising amount of green space if you want to relax and picnic. This city has it all!

Guide Highlights

Magazine Street

I LOVED exploring Magazine Street. It has such amazing energy.

The Food! SO much food. I have two pages of breakfast spots, two pages of lunch & two pages for dinner recs. Not to mention the desserts!

From cute markets to little cafes, Nola's food scene is incredible!

Guide Summary

My husband and I took this long weekend getaway sans kids, but you can easily use our guide for solo travel or with kids in tow! 

Our guide includes where we stayed as well as other accommodations we considered - hotels & Airbnbs. It also includes a neighborhood breakdown including streets to explore! We list out fave spots for breakfast, lunch & dinner (foodie lovers will definitely want this Guide - we list the best, no need to do any additional research). Cool things to do, hidden gems and current events! This is it - we've got you covered.

Featured in this guide

Local food
Healthy food
Photo spots
Group 31 Museums
Foodie favorites
Group 39 Art
Group 14 Hidden Gems
Group 38 Bike-friendly
Group 32 Historical
Group 36 Shopping
Group 33 Walkable
Kayaking / Canoeing
Group 13 Public transportation

Great for these trips

Cultural / Historical
Family with kids
Girls / Guys Trip
Family without kids
Romantic / Honeymoon
Active / Adventure
Weekend Getaway


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  • Guide Architect

    Mollie Krengel

    Mollie Krengel

    Nothing energizes me more than exploring a new city. I totally geek out on the travel research which makes for super cool experiences!

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