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Streets of Interest

Bourbon Street

When the French engineer Adrien de Pauger laid out the streets of New Orleans in 1721, he chose one to carry the name of the French Royal Family ruling at the time-Rue Bourbon. Since then, Bourbon Street has become one of the most recognizable party destinations in the world... more Bourbon Street info 

Canal Street

With two streetcar lines running down the middle of the street and three traffic lanes on either side, Canal has been cited as the widest "street" in America and acts as an anchor thoroughfare for the city. Unlike New York City's famous Canal Street, which was built over an actual canal, the New Orleans planned canal for this area never came to fruition. However, it did become culturally significant for a number of other reasons... more Canal Street info 

Frenchmen Street

If it's music that you crave or just a peek into the New Orleans way-of-nightlife, then Frenchmen Street is a must see. Known as the "locals' version of Bourbon", Frenchmen is an entertainment district located within walking distance of the French Quarter and offers an amazing variety of venue styles and music ranging from traditional jazz to blues to reggae to rock all week long... more Frenchmen Street info 

Magazine Street

Best known as a destination for shopping, this popular street is also home to museums, art galleries, bars and restaurants. Starting at Canal Street in the Central Business District and extending all the way upriver through the Garden District and Uptown, Magazine Street takes you through some of New Orleans' most vibrant neighborhoods peppered with delightfully diverse commercial pockets... more Magazine Street info 

Prytania Street

Those looking to experience the beauty and grandeur of the Garden District need look no farther than Prytania Street. Prytania begins at the distinctive I -10 overpass at Calliope Street in the Lower Garden District and runs upriver into Uptown, ending just past Audubon Park at the banks of the Mississippi River. Situated between Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue, Prytania blends the charm of both popular thoroughfares into its own unique style... more Prytania Street info 

Royal Street

Royal Street is one of the oldest streets in New Orleans and is a must-stroll thoroughfare of the French Quarter. It begins at Canal Street, where it runs through the heart of the French Quarter, and continues on downriver through the Faubourg Marigny, Bywater and eventually to the Lower 9th Ward. The most spirited section of Royal is found within the French Quarter... more Royal Street info 

St. Charles Avenue

Experiencing the grandeur of St. Charles Avenue is one of the things you simply can't miss when visiting New Orleans. Stretching all the way from Downtown to Uptown, St. Charles is a great way to see many different sides of the city, all along one gorgeous avenue... more St. Charles Avenue info

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Bourbon Street in New Orleans
Canal Street Streetcar in New Orleans
Magazine St Shop in New Orleans
St Charles Street Home in New Orleans
Prytania Park House in New Orleans
Royal Street in New Orleans