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Flight Deal: Fly to New Orleans For As Low As $29 Round-Trip
By DeAnna Taylor
Frontier and Spirit Air have dropped prices on nonstop flights to New Orleans, Louisiana. Nonstop roundtrip fares can be found for as low as $29.
These low priced fares can be found from several U.S. cities including Raleigh, Atlanta, Columbus, Austin, Orlando, and even Fort Lauderdale. Dates run from late August into early December. Use Google Flights to find your dates and departure city.
New Orleans aka NOLA aka ‘The Big Easy’ is a perfect domestic vacation spot. It is a city filled with food, fun, and culture.
You can visit the infamous Café Du Monde to try their world renowned beignets and coffee. They currently have 8 locations throughout the city so it’s convenient no matter where you may be staying. Be sure to try a Po boy and some gumbo while in the city.
Take a ride on the St. Charles line railway cars. These old-school trolley cars are one of the main modes of public transportation.
For my art lovers, NOLA is your perfect destination. This city is filled with some of the most unique galleries. Check out Studio Be located in the Bywater. This warehouse turned gallery displays artwork that represents the black experience like no other. While you are in the Bywater area, snap your perfect Instagram photo in front of the colorful homes and murals.
Another unique gallery to check out is the Ashley Longshore Gallery. This artist and owner uses bright colors and quirky expressions to draw in customers.
When the sun goes down, make your way to Frenchmen street to catch one of the live street bands. Stroll the Frenchmen Street Art Market for souvenirs to commemorate your time.
If planning an itinerary isn’t your thing, you can let us do the heavy lifting for you on our TN experience New Orleans.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.