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Las Vegas to New Orleans Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $173.27
Travel Distance:1,498 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Tuesday
Weekly Flights:255
Avg. Flight Duration:03.12 Hours

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Airports in Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas is served by 2 airports - McCarran International Airport, and North Las Vegas Airport. The McCarran International Airport is the primary airport serving Las Vegas. It is situated in the Paradise town, nearly 3 miles away from the Las Vegas city center. The airport provides both passenger & cargo services for both domestic and international destinations such as Portland, Charlotte, Austin, Oakland, London, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and more. Both the airports are connected to the city via public buses, inter-city shuttles, McCarran tram, taxis, rental cars, ride share, and Limousines.

Explore New Orleans

New Orleans isn’t just for grownups. From Mardi Gras to museums and zoos, to family-friendly jazz clubs, there are cultural events and attractions all over town that can show the whole family a good time. Beyond its elegant architecture and rich history, the French Quarter is home to casual dining, green space, Mississippi River based attractions and an aquarium. Uptown/Garden District is a great choice for a relaxed day of nature, shopping, and of course, delicious food options (even for picky eaters). Enjoy a day of museums that will keep kids of all ages intrigued for hours. Fun for kids and adults alike, The Louisiana Children’s Museum is a hands-on experience with dozens of interactive

exhibits. And don’t forget to stop by the National WWII Museum, full of educational displays and activities - ask at the front desk about kid-friendly exhibit. Crescent Park, right along the Mississippi River, is a breath of fresh air and green space in the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods. Access begins just down river from the French Market. Adults can unwind at Three Muses over a drink and some small

plates, while kids can enjoy quality live music. Named after Dorothy’s shoes from The Wizard of Oz, The Ruby Slipper Cafe is a quintessential New Orleans go-to. The Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium is perfect for an adventurous family who loves nature and anything that crawls, flies, or buzzes. Treat your family to New Orleans cuisine at Deanie’s or Oceana Grill. Take the family to soak up a live jazz set at Preservation Hall.

Things to Do in New Orleans

Frenchmen Street

A popular spot for locals, Frenchmen Street is a four-block stretch of live music, bars, restaurants, night clubs and art galleries. Here, not only will you find fewer crowds (albeit not by much), but you will also encounter cheaper eats and drinks, and better music. Frenchmen Street is easy to reach as it is within walking distance of the French Quarter and accessible via car or taxi. Numerous bus routes service the area as well. You will find most of the entertainment venues by starting at the 500 block and heading north. And if you want to experience Frenchmen Street at its best, visit around 7 p.m. when the bar scene and live music shows pick up and the crowds begin to roll in. You will find live music all day, every day.

Backstreet Cultural Museum

One of the best places to get a feel for the city’s unique identity is at the Backstreet Cultural Museum. This off-the- beaten-path attraction was established by local photographer and history buff, Sylvester Francis. Visit his museum to view an eclectic collection of costumes, memorabilia, photographs, films and other artifacts related to African American culture. Fans of HBO’s “Treme” may also recognize the museum from its brief cameo in the series. Tours of the hodgepodge collection are often given by Francis himself.

Louisiana Children’s Museum

When people say that New Orleans is not the best place to bring kids, they are forgetting about the Louisiana Children’s Museum. Yes, Bourbon Street may be too rowdy, but this two-story facility is a playtopia in disguise. The museum features hands-on exhibits that cover everything from body mechanics to architecture. The museum also hosts numerous special events, from near daily story times to holiday-related activities. Many travelers agree that this is a must-do with younger kids, especially on days when everyone needs a break from the heat and humidity. Recent families called it a great place to play with lots of interesting interactive exhibits. The St. Charles Streetcar also stops nearby.

Best Time to Fly to New Orleans

The best time to visit New Orleans is from February to May when the weather is comfortably cool, and the celebrations are in full swing. If you are not interested in Mardi Gras mania, plan to visit in December or January, when the city is calm, and you do not have to worry about making hotel reservations a year in advance. To save on room rates, travel in the summer or fall. Just note that these seasons are known for their stifling heat and humidity, not to mention the threat of hurricanes.