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Houston to New Orleans Route Information

Travel Distance:304 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:United Airlines, Spirit Airlines, JetBlue Airways
Weekly Flights:105
Avg. Flight Duration:01.08 Hours

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Airports in Houston

Houston is served by William P. Hobby Airport. The airport is located about 7 miles from downtown Houston. William P. Hobby Airport offers flights to a number of destinations such as New York, Dallas, Atlanta, Pensacola, and more. Ground transportation options to and from the airport include buses, shuttle service, courtesy vans, and taxis.

Explore New Orleans

A major US port and the largest city in the state of Louisiana, New Orleans is located in the southeastern part of the state, straddling the Mississippi River. It is one of America's most unique cities with an atmosphere one can't find anywhere else. The city is known all around the globe for jazz music, Mardi Gras celebrations, and Cajun cuisine. New Orleans is a melting point of cultures with diversity evident in its music and food to architecture and language. It is an excellent walking city with loads of attractions located around the French Quarter.

Things to do in New Orleans

French Quarter

French Quarter is located along a bend on the Mississippi River. Architecture is the main attraction in this quarter. It is also a great spot for entertainment and dining. Some of the buildings at French Quarter even date back to 300 years and display French influence in its architecture with red -tiled roofs, wrought iron balconies, arcades, and scenic courtyards. Lots of these buildings boast hotels, restaurants, galleries, souvenir shops, and an assortment of jazz shops entertainment of arraying quality.

National WWII Museum

National WWII Museum is home to engaging exhibits and documentary snippets telling the story of the history of the Second World War. It is separated into three parts, with one section dedicated to the war in Pacific, second section is devoted to the war in Europe, and the third one boasts WWII aircraft.

Mardi Gras

Mardi Gras is a signature celebration of New Orleans and spans a two-week period. The celebrations end with the finale of Shrove Tuesday, preceded by Ash Wednesday. These celebrations incorporate daily parades and all sorts of festivities and entertainment increasing in intensity with the progression of the event.

Best time to Fly to New Orleans

Weather-wise, the best time to visit New Orleans is from the month of February to May. During this period, the weather remains pleasant and apt for sightseeing. In addition to this, the celebrations in the city are on their full swing. For those who want to explore the city in lesser crowd, the best time to visit New Orleans is in December or January. In these months, the city is calm, and the visitors don't have to worry about reservations in advance.

New Orleans Travelers' Reviews

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My husband and I loved everything about Las Vegas... The Strips and Fairmount area was amazing. There were so many different attractions to see. You really don't need a rental car, but you must have comfortable shoes to walk up and down the strips. - Petrina  Sep 14, 2021

Amazing Nature

Iceland was amazing. There is so much natural beauty everywhere you look. Lots to see and do if you like the outdoors. What a great trip! - Lynn  Sep 13, 2021