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Flights from Philadelphia to New Orleans

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Airports in Philadelphia

Philadelphia International Airport serves the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. The airport is owned by the City of Philadelphia and managed by Philadelphia Department of Commerce, Division of Aviation. It is a hub for American Airlines & UPS Airlines and a focus city for Frontier Airlines. It offers passenger & cargo services for both domestic & international destinations including Toronto, Cancun, London, Rome, Montego Bay, Paris, Madrid, Los Angeles, Phoenix Chicago, and more. The city is well connected with the airport through taxis & limousines, car rentals, and public transportation.

Explore New Orleans

New Orleans is the largest city & metropolitan area in the U.S. State of Louisiana. It is also a major port in the United States. The Mississippi River divides the city in two parts. Its French Quarter, on the northern side of the river, is a perfect place to learn about the history of the area. The city is famous for its cross-cultural & multilingual heritage and distinct French & Spanish Creole architecture. It is also said to be the birthplace of Jazz. The city is known for its annual celebrations & festivals including Mardi Gras. Do not forget to try the famous Cajun cuisine of the city.

Things to Do in New Orleans

St. Louis Cathedral

The St. Louis Cathedral, the most notable landmark, is situated in the historic French Quarter of the city. It was constructed in the year 1724 and since then has been renovated from time-to-time. St. Louis Cathedral is believed to be the oldest active Roman Catholic Cathedral in the country. Jackson Square, the Cabildo, and the Presbytere some other famous attractions situated near the Cathedral.

1850 House

The 1850 House, a museum, represents the daily-life, taste, and prosperity of people during the mid-19th century. The entire house exhibits the decor & art of that time. Displayed within are a set of John Slidell’s china, Old Paris porcelain, New Orleans silver, and dozens of other notable paintings & furnishings.

E.D. White Historic Site

E.D. White Historic Site is a National Historic Landmark situated on the banks of Bayou Lafourche River. It was the residence of the 2 foremost political figure of Louisiana- Edward Douglas White (governor from 1835-39) and his son, Edward Douglass White (chief justice from 1910-21). The E.D. White House was constructed in the year 1825 with hand-hewn cypress. The main floor of the house displays Greek Revival architecture. The exhibits within this historic house narrate the story of the area, the Chitimacha Indians, Acadian settlers, slavery, sugar cane plantations, and the White family.

Best Time to Fly to New Orleans

The city of New Orleans can be best visited between the months of February-May (peak season). During these months the weather remains cool and comfortable. Also various festivals & celebrations are held during this time. One can also plan to visit the city during the months of December-January, to avoid high expenses.

New Orleans Travelers' Reviews

Ms. Desire Robertson

I had a beautiful and wonderful trip. I love the service! - Desire  Feb 29, 2020


Very good experience food was delicious and felt very safe. New Orleans is a must see. With the city open carry (liquor that is) you can drink any and everywhere you like. - Angela  Feb 17, 2020

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