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Airports in Seattle

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a primary international airport serving the city of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. It is situated approximately 21 kilometers away from Downtown Seattle. This public airport is owned & managed by Port of Seattle. The airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Horizon Air. It offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic & international destinations. These destinations are Vancouver, Tokyo, Seoul, Victoria, Taipei, Amsterdam, Dubai, Anchorage, San Francisco, Portland, and more. Buses, shuttles, public transit, rental cars, taxis, limos, Uber, Lyft, Wingz, and more connect the airport to the city.

Explore New Orleans

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is an international airport serving the city of New Orleans in Louisiana, U.S.A. This public airport is situated nearly 11 miles away from the heart of New Orleans city. Owned by the City of New Orleans, it is operated by New Orleans Aviation Board. The airport serves as a focus city for Allegiant Air. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to various domestic & international destinations. These include the destinations of Austin, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, Toronto, Los Angeles, Washington, Newark, Denver, London, Cancun, Punta Cana, and more. Several modes of ground transportation services are available at the airport such as taxicabs, airport shuttles, buses, and more.

Things to Do in New Orleans

Audubon Nature Institute

This massive facility is home to a zoo, an aquarium, and butterfly garden and insectarium, not to mention the Entergy Giant Screen Theater (included with aquarium admission) and a golf course. Special kid-friendly exhibits feed curious minds while allowing little ones to get up close and personal with their favorite furry (or scaly or slimy) friends. You can also watch daily feedings or sit in on numerous lectures and films about the environment. Don’t miss the gigantic sharks, tarpon and rays in the 400,000-gallon Gulf of Mexico exhibit at the aquarium and the newly expanded Jaguar Jungle exhibit in the zoo, where you can not only see jaguars, but bats, tree frogs, poison arrow frogs and much more.

Audubon Zoo

The Audubon Zoo is a fun escape from the busy city, with lush grounds and a good selection of domestic and exotic animals. Located in Uptown New Orleans, the zoo is a fair distance from the French Quarter but provides a good excuse to see this part of the city. Some of the most popular residents of the zoo are the giraffes, jaguars, leopards, orangutans, elephants, rhinos, lemurs, and alligators (including the rare white alligator) just to name a few. During the summer months, the zoo offers a chance to cool off in the splash park, known as the Cool Zoo.

Swamp and Bayou Sightseeing Tour

The Swamp and Bayou Sightseeing Tour with Boat Ride from New Orleans is the easiest way to experience the beauty of the bayou, with transportation right from the French Quarter to the wetlands. Visitors are then taken on a two-hour wildlife-viewing boat ride through the swamps, with opportunities to see alligators, snakes, birds, and other animals. Total tour time is about four hours.

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.

New Orleans Travelers' Reviews

  Miss
Great city, amazing food and great night life life
- Member  Nov 12, 2018
  Nice to be home
I enjoyed my stay in Juneau for the summer ! Spending time with my kids and and family and friends ! But it was nice to get back home to New Orleans.
- Tiffany  Oct 27, 2018

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