Cemetery and French Quarter Walking Tour

Cemetery and French Quarter Walking Tour from Livery Tours

By: Livery Tours  01/14/2015
Keywords: Sightseeing Tours, Guided Tours, Book Tours

A French Quarter and Cemetery Walking Tour Founded in 1718 by famed French-Canadian explorer Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville, New Orleans (and more specifically, what we now call the French Quarter or Vieux Carre) has been home to many colorful inhabitants and history. From its early beginnings as a French Colony, the city was first settled with the outcast of Paris’ most notorious prisons before adding European aristocrats, wealthy landed gentry, and infamous Voodoo Queens to her roster. Let us show you the different corners of the French Quarter while you are in New Orleans Highlights Jackson Square, Mississippi River, St. Louis Cathedral, The Cabildo, The Presbytere, Café du Monde, The French Market, Madame John’s Legacy, the Baroness Pontalba, Andrew Jackson, The Battle of New Orleans, Th Louisiana Purchase, Marie LaVeau, Jean Lafitte.

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