October 16 - 20, 2017
From $1,479, double occupancy
Nestled along the shore of the legendary Mississippi River sits New Orleans' French Quarter. This historic cultural hub of the city has an old-world feel that has attracted writers, musicians and artists since the Mark Twain era. This vibrant city now has 10 million visitors a year. Its streets are lined with art galleries, antique stores, jazz clubs, nightclubs and restaurants. Its eclectic architectural style is a blend of Spanish, French, Creole and American influences. Cobblestone streets are lined with brick buildings that feature charming walled courtyards, ornate cast iron balconies, and copious stoops and porches, all creating the perfect atmosphere for people-watching.