Bourbon Street is a very beautiful small environment area. The street has a relatively wide design range. There are also many beautiful gadgets in the whole place. The design of this street is very reasonable. It is an excellent place to visit. I like to come. Play here.
It is very lively at night. It is said that New Orleans is lively for 24 hours. It is a bit exaggerated but it is really lively. It seems that the city is full of joy and happiness.
There are many shops along this street, this is his most interesting...art...artists and their galleries. It's fun to go around. Immerse yourself in this colorful area and feel the spirit behind the colors, textures and media.
Bourbon St, as its name suggests, is full of restaurants and bars. It is deserted during the day, feasting at night, and jazz music reverberates throughout the street. It is recommended to play at night, but you need to pay attention to safety
Bourbon Street is the most famous street in the French-speaking area of New Orleans. The buildings here are relatively old and have a French style. Now there are many bars here, and it is very lively at night. Some people who drank too much gave out necklaces made of beads to passers-by. I did not dare to accept it. It is quiet during the day. Although there are many tourists, everyone is watching and taking pictures, which is relatively safer.
It was originally a French colony, and there are many French-style restaurants and streets here
New Orleans French Quarter
The most famous street
From Canal Street
Stop at Pauger Street
Bar street parallel to the Mississippi River
Named when the city was established
King of Bourbon who ruled France
There are various strip bars
And the jazz restaurant
Quiet in the daytime
The night is hot and feasting
It's... the more beautiful the night
Every year at the end of February at Mardi Gras
Crazy and lively scene
It attracts thousands of tourists~
Bourbon Street is named after the French Bourbon dynasty. The native residents of New Orleans are the poor at the bottom of the society, and the social atmosphere is relatively wild. During the French colonial period, the French court was extremely extravagant and lavish. Thus formed the unique culture of New Orleans. The current bourbon street is full of songs, feasting and feasting, and the yelling crowd drinking beer, listening to jazz, and having fun