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New Orleans

Louisiana

City description

Central to the city’s most popular attractions, the French Quarter is the city’s oldest neighborhood best travelled by foot and known for old-world architecture, century-old restaurants, a huge nightlife and music scene, plus plenty of galleries, boutiques, antique shops and outdoor festivals and events. Bourbon Street is the main thoroughfare, extending 13 blocks from Canal to Explanade Avenue. Walking tours are also popular in the Garden District and through New Orleans iconic cemeteries and plantation mansions along the banks of the Mississippi River. Beyond the French Quarter are the walkable historic neighborhoods of Bywater, Marigny and Mid-City.

Walking route

This is a 8180 steps walking route in New Orleans featuring Garden District. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 99 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.09 miles
  • Time 1 h 38 min
  • Steps 8180
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 7 ft
  • Climb 52 ft
  • Descent 52 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Margaret Place Park
  • Annunciation Square
  • Coliseum Square Park
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City of New Orleans Parks and Parkways
Louisiana State Parks
Louisiana Department of Health
City of New Orleans Health Department
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission parks
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission Fitness
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City description

Central to the city’s most popular attractions, the French Quarter is the city’s oldest neighborhood best travelled by foot and known for old-world architecture, century-old restaurants, a huge nightlife and music scene, plus plenty of galleries, boutiques, antique shops and outdoor festivals and events. Bourbon Street is the main thoroughfare, extending 13 blocks from Canal to Explanade Avenue. Walking tours are also popular in the Garden District and through New Orleans iconic cemeteries and plantation mansions along the banks of the Mississippi River. Beyond the French Quarter are the walkable historic neighborhoods of Bywater, Marigny and Mid-City.

Walking route

This is a 9972 steps walking route in New Orleans featuring Riverfront. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 121 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 4.99 miles
  • Time 2 h 0 min
  • Steps 9972
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 20 ft
  • Climb 72 ft
  • Descent 72 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • Woldenberg Park
  • Louis Armstrong Park
  • Jackson Square
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Points of interest
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resouces
Clubs & meetups
City of New Orleans Parks and Parkways
Louisiana State Parks
Louisiana Department of Health
City of New Orleans Health Department
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission parks
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission Fitness
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City description

Central to the city’s most popular attractions, the French Quarter is the city’s oldest neighborhood best travelled by foot and known for old-world architecture, century-old restaurants, a huge nightlife and music scene, plus plenty of galleries, boutiques, antique shops and outdoor festivals and events. Bourbon Street is the main thoroughfare, extending 13 blocks from Canal to Explanade Avenue. Walking tours are also popular in the Garden District and through New Orleans iconic cemeteries and plantation mansions along the banks of the Mississippi River. Beyond the French Quarter are the walkable historic neighborhoods of Bywater, Marigny and Mid-City.

Walking route

This is a 10436 steps walking route in New Orleans featuring City Park. The route passes by 3 points of interest and would take roughly 126 minutes to walk.

2021-06-02
  • Distance Instructions
  • Distance 5.22 miles
  • Time 2 h 5 min
  • Steps 10436
  • Speed 2 mph
  • Min altitude 0 ft
  • Peak 0 ft
  • Climb 0 ft
  • Descent 0 ft
Points of interest on this walking route
  • NOLA City Bark
  • Scout Island Trail
  • Couturie Forest Entrance
Views on the route
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Interested in learning more about how to walk New Orleans? Check out these links for additional curated resources.

Points of interest
Neighboring areas
Other routes
Local resouces
Clubs & meetups
City of New Orleans Parks and Parkways
Louisiana State Parks
Louisiana Department of Health
City of New Orleans Health Department
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission parks
New Orleans Recreation Development Commission Fitness
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