New Orleans, LA is doubtlessly one of the untested romantic cities in the United States. Despite being romanticized in Hollywood movies, novels, and television, its romantic reputation is still unofficial.
There are lots of things that city has for old and young couples that makes it unique. From sight-seeing and world-class dining to top-notch entertainment, this is one place where you can have unforgettable experiences with your significant other.
Below are several romantic things you can do in New Orleans;
Dinner Cruise on Mississippi River
Start your romantic cruise on Lake Pontchartrain and pass through the mighty Mississippi River. In this cruise, you will not only enjoy the breeze of the cool waters, but you will also enjoy the tastes, cultures, sights, and sounds of Southern Louisiana.
Get a bite of creole and Cajun classics such as bread pudding, jambaya, and seafood gumbo.
On the paddle wheeler vessel, live Dixieland jazz bands will warm your soul as you ponder on romantic ideas with your loved one.
Sightseeing bus tour in the city
There is no better way to enjoy the Crescent City as a couple than to take a bus tour around it.
Of course, there are lots of things you can do on the French Quarter and have fun on your New Orleans vacation. However, there is more you can see if you navigate the entire city.
New Orleans is full of breath-taking sights and fascinating history. Go on a narrated bus tour by motor coach and get to learn as much as you need about the city as you hold you identify romantic places to check out before you leave the city.
Take a French Quarter carriage ride
A grand carriage awaits you and your partner in New Orleans. It will take you for a memorable stroll through Jefferson Square to Bourbon and beyond.to enhance the magical experience, horses and drivers are dressed in their Sunday finest. You can crisscross America’s great city of romance with a group or on a trip of two day and night.
Creole cooking class
What better thing can you do with your partner than learning how to cook?
When you visit the city, spend some time at the New Orleans School of Cooking and learn how to prepare traditional southern Louisiana dishes such as red beans and rice, bananas foster, pralines, and gumbo.
When the class is over, you will get some sample food to enjoy. Make sure you book the class in advance so that you cannot miss a sit!