Per our city tour provider, the following protocols are put in place for COVID-19:
Pick-Up will only occur at the following locations:
Ultimate comfort in any weather condition!
New Orleans is known for it’s hot and rainy days so enjoy a city tour in one of our custom climate-controlled buses. With large windows & comfortable seating you’ll stay cool and dry while visiting historic neighborhoods where larger buses are restricted.
Take a spectacular city tour through beautiful New Orleans in one of our climate controlled mini buses. Experience the history, culture and charm of neighborhoods like the French Quarter, Ninth Ward, Treme, City Park, Garden District, and American Sector. On a guided tour of our historic cemeteries you can learn about our unique local burial practices. Walk through one of our so-called Cities of the Dead (above ground cemeteries) and see tombs of rich granite and marble along with stunning sculptures.
ALL CITY BUS TOURS INCLUDE:
• French Quarter
• French Market
• Frenchmen Street
• City Park
• Garden District
• Museum District
• Jackson Square
• Saint Louis Cathedral
• Creole Mansions
• Antebellum Mansions
PLUS, each tour features it's own special lagniappe, New Orleans style! Choose from Coffee & Beignets, 9th Ward or Seven-Three Distillery (see details below.)
All tours are family friendly. Convenient pick-up at your hotel! Please be outside 15 minutes prior to pick-up time.
To make changes to your reservation call bigeasy.com - (888) 543-4542
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