Visite touristique de la Nouvelle-Orléans et du cimetière

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Nouvelle-Orléans, États-Unis

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2 heures 30 minutes (environ)
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Vue d'ensemble

Witness the extravagant and spiritual sides of New Orleans this 3‐hour city and cemetery sightseeing bus and walking tour. See culturally infused architecture in the French Quarter, stunning mansions in the Garden District, and the famous Lake Pontchartrain Causeway en route to St Louis Cemetery No 3. There, meander through a maze of haunting mausoleums including that of Marie Laveau, the city’s most revered voodoo priestess.
  • 3-hour tour of New Orleans’ sights and cemeteries
  • See historic landmarks and impressive architecture throughout the French Quarter and Garden District
  • Learn about the city's history, culture and famous figures from a knowledgeable guide
  • Walk around the notorious St Louis Cemetery No. 3, a sea of above-ground tombs
  • Visit the grave of Marie Laveau, the Voodoo Queen of New Orleans
  • Choose from several morning and afternoon tour times
Votre visite de la ville et du cimetière commence le matin ou l’après-midi par une prise en charge à votre hôtel de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Asseyez-vous et détendez-vous en parcourant le quartier français historique, en profitant d'une visite guidée de l'histoire culturelle et architecturale de la région. Naviguez au-dessus de bâtiments d'inspiration française et espagnole, de superbes maisons de ville créoles et de maisons pour fusils de chasse, un style très populaire du Sud des années 1860. Jetez un coup d'œil sur les cours cloîtrées et le magasin voodoo spécialisé qui vend des matériaux rituels vaudous tels que des herbes, des bougies, des huiles et des amulettes. Votre guide vous racontera l’histoire du vaudou à la Nouvelle-Orléans et vous donnera une meilleure idée de la religion largement incompris qui jouit toujours d’une présence formidable dans la ville.
En quittant le quartier français, vous passerez par Jackson Square, un monument honorifique du héros de guerre de la Nouvelle-Orléans, Andrew Jackson. Découvrez les musées Cabildo et Presbytere de la Louisiane et les appartements Pontalba, les plus anciens immeubles d’appartements des États-Unis!
Continuez ensuite vers le célèbre quartier de Tremé, connu historiquement pour son riche brassage culturel et son hotspot du jazz, et plus récemment pour le cadre de la populaire série HBO Tremé. Ensuite, visitez l’opulent Garden District pour admirer une collection magnifiquement préservée de magnifiques demeures d’anterebellum et de jardins immaculés. De là, vous aurez une vue magnifique sur la chaussée du lac Pontchartrain, le plus long pont du monde.
Vous arriverez bientôt au St Louis Cemetery No 3, le plus ancien et le plus célèbre cimetière de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Émerveillez-vous devant les milliers de tombes et de mausolées des XVIIIe et XIXe siècles aux extravagances diverses. Votre guide expliquera la raison de l’enterrement en surface et présentera certains des habitants célèbres du site, tels que Marie Laveau, la bien-aimée prêtresse vaudou de la Nouvelle-Orléans. Promenez-vous dans le labyrinthe de tombes pour localiser sa tombe, une destination spirituelle pour les gens du monde entier.
À la fin de votre visite de 3 heures, vous serez ramené à votre hôtel.

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jwillard
, févr. 2018

Our guide, Man Bun Guy was awesome! The tour was paced perfectly and very informative.

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Sue
, août 2017

This was an amazing tour. Learned so much about New Orleans.

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Rachelle S
, mars 2017

A great way to get an overview of the city when you arrive. It's all minibus based so suitable for those who can't walk far. There was a brief coffee stop in city park and we went through French quarter, 9th district, garden district and up to city park and past Audubon park and the Universities. We stopped at Metairie cemetery not Louis number one, I think because of new restrictions on access, but you can drive through Metairie and it is bigger. Our tour guide, Jason, was knowledgeable and entertaining. I had booked the 730am trip but it got cancelled that morning and I was put on the 11am pick up - Cajun tours were able to pick up at the Omni royal Orleans hotel where I was staying. I got back for the steamboat Natchez cruise at 2.15.

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nikki
, mars 2017

I was a bit dissapointed in this tour. One of the reason why I booked it was because I thought we were going to the St. Louis cemetery. I wanted a tour of the city and a history briefing but really wanted to go to that particular cemetery. However, Jason was awesome and I enjoyed everything else.

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dae24124
, mars 2017

The vendor providing this tour should have been honest and cancelled it. Because it was close to Mardi Gras, many roads were blocked off because of parades, so she could not navigate the streets. She was delayed picking everyone up and when we got on she told us we could not go in the French Quarter because of road closures. By the time we negotiated the streets, the cemeteries were closed, so no walking tour. She pulled over, told a story or two while we looked from the highway through the fence... that was it. Then again, because of road closures, we got stuck in the Garden District, u turning, and driving back and forth trying to get out of the area. She could not figure out how to get out of the neighborhood. When the time was up, she just stopped talking to us and for over an hour we just drove around. Did I mention it was pouring? Well, she couldn't figure out how to get back to the hotels. Most on the tour got off far away from their stops, and eventually we did too, running through the rain for at least 15 minutes making our way back to the hotel. Total time of tour was from 2:30 until we finally just jumped off and ran at 7 p.m. We understand that she can't control the weather or the traffic... but knowing that the roads had been like this for weeks, we would have expected that either they would have figured out a route, or they would have cancelled the tour! We would have found something else to do!! Terrible, and would never recommend.

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ralph.schmidt
, août 2016

The city tour part of the tour was worthwhile. Our guide, Rene, has a good knowledge of the city. He was very accommodating dropping us on Canal St so we had a short walk to our restaurant. The cemetery part of the tour was lacking. It was a very short visit to St. Louis Cemetery 3. A more extended visit to one of the more famous cemeteries would has made tour special.

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Richard C
, juil. 2016

Our driver; Jason did a great job. He was knowledgeable and entertaining. We got to see all the major points of interest of New Orleans as well as its cemeteries. A little history and culture lesson was also provided. Great tour.

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jill C
, juil. 2016

Very good. We were well informed about all the major areas of New Orleans with lots of facts. Will recommend to others.

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Luis M
, mai 2016

This tour provided a general view of the city. It showed us the different areas of the city so we can then decide what to come back and explore more on our own. The tour guide was a local person well informed and very entertaining. The bus was very comfortable with plenty of windows so there was not a bad seat on the bus.

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MissyE
, mars 2016

This was a fantastic tour and our tour guide, Renee, was very knowledgable and knew the city like the back of his hand. I would highly recommend this tour!


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