In two days in New Orleans St. Charles Avenue streetcar, take a walking tour of the Garden District, Lafayette Cemetery No. John's Bayou, Liuzza's by the Track or Parkway Bakery and Tavern, walk along Esplanade Avenue and enjoy the nightlife. Coop's Place (must be 21 or older).
Whitney Plantation and Oak Alley are two fan favorites and are well worth taking a half-day trip from New Orleans. Here's a complete list of all the plantation tours in New Orleans. I only visited it during the day, but it would be great to visit this place at night to enjoy an epic view of the bright lights of Borbón Street. Plan each trip assuming that you will return and don't feel like you need to see it all at once just because you think that's what others are doing.
Places like the French Quarter, Creole plantations and Bourbon Street will captivate you, and it's fair to say that after 2 days here, you won't want to leave. Fortunately, overeating is practically a requirement with just 2 days left to sample all of the food in New Orleans. Because of this arduous task, he allowed himself to cook a pot of red beans all day long to be enjoyed at dinnertime. If you're ready to have your destiny discovered, you don't need to look any further than St.
Louis Cathedral, where a dozen of these spiritual storytellers await you most weekends. The staff at Coop's Place has perfected the balanced mix of Southern hospitality and the ruggedness of Crescent City that has made New Orleans the city it is today. Unless you're planning to spend more than a couple of days in New Orleans and want to drive to see nearby cities, don't book that rental. I must admit that when I started planning my trip to this city in the United States, I knew very little.
If you're spending 3 or more days in New Orleans, there are many more things you could add to your itinerary. Start the day with a romantic cruise on the Mississippi River aboard the steamboat NATCHEZ, the last authentic steamboat in New Orleans. Basically, this is your chance to sit down, have a drink or two and listen to (and sing if you want) live versions of current hits, classics, and many other timeless songs with one of the most energetic crowds in New Orleans.