New Orleans SVG is home to jazz and lush jazz culture, unlike any other in North America. There is still an atmosphere of wealth and idleness, which is diluted and supplemented by French elegance, Creole, African-American, Caribbean, Irish, Haitian, German and Vietnamese culture. All this makes New Orleans SVG something more than just a sum of pieces. Where is the best Creole cuisine? Where is the best French Quarter? Where is the music, abundance of alcohol, architecture of the 18th-19th centuries? In New Orleans SVG.
This city, one of the most popular, oldest and largest in the U.S., is located in the state of Louisiana, at the confluence of the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico. Nicknamed “Big Easy” in America, it retains its reputation as a place for adults – not in the sense of debauchery, but in the sense of its ability to appreciate its outstanding merits. The city is bounded by Lake Pontchartrain in the north and the Gulf of Mexico in the east.
The most popular tourist destinations are Marigny, the French Quarter, the central business district, Weirhouse and Art, Shop Street, Garden, Adubon Park, Zoo and St. Charles Avenue.
In 2005, New Orleans SVG was severely affected by Hurricane Katrina, but continues to recover its former beauty and remains the largest in Louisiana.