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Tips for going on a 3-day trip in New Orleans

Curtis Macken

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NEW ORLEANS, LA - New Orleans is filled with lots of activities. It is home to various restaurants, festivals, live music, and nightlife. There are also various places for you to enjoy the view. If you're planning a 3-day trip to New Orleans, your itinerary will be fully packed. Here are some tips for a 3-day trip to the Big Easy.

1. Hydration is key

New Orleans has more bars per capita than any other city in the country. Some of them even open all night long. While you're partying nonstop, don't forget to get a glass of water every now and then and keep yourself hydrated.

2. Listen to the locals

Get some advice from locals or your friends who are from New Orleans. Ask them for some tips and recommendations on where to stay and other stuff.

3. Book early

New Orleans is also known for its festivals. If you're planning to attend a festival or other events in New Orleans, make sure you buy your tickets and book your accommodations in advance.

4. Research beforehand

New Orleans is home to lots of restaurants, bars, etc. Do your research online before heading there to make sure you pick all the good places and avoid disappointing meals on your trip.

5. Transportation

If you're traveling to New Orleans by plane, the Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) is around 11 miles away west of downtown. There are various transportation options for you to choose from. You can either travel by bus, shuttle, taxi, rideshare, or rent a car.

6. Places to stay

If you don't mind the noise at night, the French Quarter is the place to be, where you'll have tons of options to eat, shop, and party. For a more local vibe, find a place to stay in either the Bywater or Mid-City.

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