My husband and I just returned from a trip to New Orleans, Louisiana for my birthday and, I must say, I fell madly in love with the city. Everything from the architecture to the food to the people exceeded my expectations in a way no other city in the United States ever has. It is the first city in the US that I have come home from and immediately started planning my return to. After checking out my upcoming guides, I’m guessing most of you will find yourselves with the same urge to book a flight to New Orleans as soon as possible.
Over the next few weeks, I will be sharing my favorite parts of the Crescent City, including a very fun travel vlog, to help convince you that NOLA absolutely needs to be on your bucket list, regardless of what time of year you visit. When we first planned our winter trip, I was unsure of what activities we should focus our time on so I decided to put together a handy guide full of suggestions for things to do in New Orleans during winter (these suggestions are also good any time of year, though they’re particularly geared towards staying warm and cozy). As it so happened, we visited the city during record cold temperatures, so I became a bit more acquainted with these cold weather specific activities than planned. My goal over the course of the next few weeks is to provide you with comprehensive guides that make your trip planning a bit easier and ensure that, should you visit New Orleans, you have as incredible of an experience as I did.