Streets of New Orleans

St. Charles Avenue
Take a ride through history on a vintage streetcar or take a stroll by the storybook mansions along St. Charles Avenue.
Magazine Street
From the Garden District to Uptown, Magazine Street is a haven for second-hand bargain hunters, coffee shop connoisseurs and those who enjoy casual dining.
Royal Street
Antiques and art galleries, world famous restaurants, historic hotels and awe-inspiring architecture – find it all on Royal Street.
Frenchmen Street
Come bar hop with the locals and listen to great live music in one club after another on Frenchmen Street.
Oak Street
From the French Quarter to the gates of City Park, Esplanade Avenue is a historic, oak-shaded thoroughfare lined with elegant townhouses and Creole mansions.
Oak Street
The "Main Street" of the city's Carrollton section, Oak Street offers the relaxed ambience of early 20th century small town America.
Canal Street
The heart and nerve center of downtown New Orleans, Canal Street is where your Crescent City adventure begins, with fun things to do in all directions.
Julia Street
Known locally as "Gallery Row," Julia Street is a mecca for fine art lovers with one gallery after another after another.
Bourbon Street
The hot spot for fun and excitement, world-famous Bourbon Street is a "must-see" on any New Orleans itinerary.

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Fulton Street
Casual outdoor dining with exotic cocktails and exciting live entertainment is what you'll find on the Fulton Street Mall.
Just steps from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar and the city's two major universities, Maple Street is the "in-place" for the college crowd.
Historically an ethnically diverse cultural corridor, OCH boasts some of the cities finest arts and culinary centers in New Orleans.

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