New Orleans

We have seven vacation rental properties in New Orleans. They are all located Uptown. Here are some resources to make your stay more enjoyable. Here is a map showing location of key New Orleans neighborhoods that are of interest to visitors.

General Visitors Information

http://www.neworleansonline.com/

Mardi Gras

http://www.mardigras.com
http://www.mardigrasneworleans.com

Neighborhoods

French Quarter
Frenchmen Street Music Scene
Exploring Oak Street
Exploring Magazine Street

Transportation

Street Car Lines -Maps & Schedules

  • The closest streetcar stop to 1431 Cambronne duplex is the St. Charles Line at Carrollton and Willow Street (near B on the map below). The house is at Willow and Cambronne.
  • The closest street car to 6321 S. Robertson is at Calhoun and St. Charles (near D on the map).
  • The closest street car to both 4217 St. Charles apartment and the three 4132 St. Charles (Avenue Gardens) apartments is across the street from both at Milan and St. Charles (just past F on the map).
  • The closest street car stop to 1725 Audubon St. would be at Broadway and St. Charles (C on the map)

Live Music & Signature Music Festivals

Offbeat Magazine Live Music Schedules
New Orleans Jazz Fest
French Quarter Fest
Essence Festival

Gambit Best of New Orleans 2016 – Bars & Entertainment

Eating Out in NOLA

nomenu.com – A complete list with reviews of almost every restaurant in New Orleans area, including the suburbs.

Nomenu.com Restaurants Sorted By Neighborhoods
These are the neighborhoods visitors are most likely to spend time exploring. Listed going West to East – Carrollton to Downtown/French Quarter & Marigny

Best of Gambit 2016 New Orleans Food

Times Picayune/NOLA.com New Orleans Dining Guide – By Category and Neighborhood

Recommended NOLA Experiences & Activities

Rent a bike and explore Uptown and Garden District, especially Audubon Park.

  • A Musing Bikes is in Lower Garden District and is open daily. Reservations possible. www.amusingbikes.com
  • Explore City Park – by bike, on foot, by boat. Botanical gardens, Art Museum. http://neworleanscitypark.com/in-the-park/boating-biking
  • Rent a bike on Oak Street (they aren’t always open or have rentals so call first). This is very close to the Cambronne duplex.¬†http://www.neworleansbikeshop.com/bike-rental/

Ride the Streetcar from Uptown all the way to the French Quarter

World War II Museum

Shop and Eat on Magazine Street

Take a Walking Tour in the French Quarter