Hit the park
This city cultivates resplendent natural beauty, and that in spades. There are so many ways to enjoy it, but it’s best to start with New Orleans’ public parks, whether it’s Woldenberg Park right on the river in the French Quarter, Audubon Park if you’re Uptown, or City Park in Mid-City, one of the biggest (13k acres) and oldest municipal parks in the country, dating back to 1854.
Visit the “Cities of the Dead”
The cemeteries of New Orleans are iconic, historic, and uniquely beautiful do to their mausoleums (our dearly departed are buried above ground, here). Even though a new law says you can’t visit the famous St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 without a licensed tour guide now, it's still worth it.