New Orleans is known for being a great place to visit and as the New Year draws closer that image will get brightened even more as The City that Care Forgot gets ready to host the NFL Super Bowl on Feb 3rd. Fans who’ve made the trek to this American city with a European soul know that good times are easy to find. Few places can match the sights, sounds, and feel of New Orleans. That’s one of the reasons the NFL has chosen New Orleans to host their annual championship game, and honor bestowed on the Crescent City more than any other site.
The Super Bowl in 2013 will be held in the Mercedes Benz Superdome, located in Central New Orleans not far from the famed French Quarter, Mississippi River, and the best of hotel accommodations. Super Bowl tickets for the extravaganza in New Orleans are all you need to make the end of your NFL season something special.
But what to make of your Super Bowl trip besides the game? Here’s some suggestions:
Dragos – The Charbroiled oysters are a house specialty but Dragos, located close to the river, features a menu of fantastic classic New Orleans seafood.
Harrah’s Casino – Canal St and a night out might make you lucky.
French Quarter – Restaurants, Bars, and an all night party the likes of which you’ve never seen.
These are just a few suggestions. Once you arrive in New Orleans you’ll find plenty to do, but get your Super Bowl tickets first. Then get ready to party New Orleans style.