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Our New Orleans Bike Tour is the perfect tour for those wanting to experience New Orleans with minimal effort. Our fully licensed tour guides will offer you an insider's look at the Crescent City and give you a peek at what makes New Orleans "The Most Interesting City in the World!"

With no hills, plenty of bike lanes and beautiful, historic avenues covered by canopies of Live Oaks, this magical city was made for biking. Whether you are new to New Orleans, or your permanent address is on Bourbon St., this tour has something for you!  


  • Treme Neighborhood - Made popular by the post-Katrina HBO series, Treme has always been a cultural incubator for the City of New Orleans and the United States at large. Formed at the end of the 18th century, Treme was the first neighborhood established by "free people of color." The neighborhood helped give rise to jazz and some of its most talented practitioners still live there today.
  • Saint Louis Cemetery No. 3 -This is one of New Orleans best kept cemeteries. Learn the reasons for above ground burials and New Orleans' Funeral traditions. Established in 1854 this cemetery's tombs chronicle the history of New Orleans and its many waves of immigrants who enriched the city's culture.
  • Louis Armstrong Park - It's only fitting that the birthplace of Jazz be found inside what is now known as Louis Armstrong Park, named after one of the city's favorite sons. This beautifully manicured park is one of the lesser-known stops amongst tourists, but you'll enjoy the greenery, fountains and history.
  • Faubourg Marigny -The historic New Orleans neighborhood laid out by the eccentric Bernard de Marigny in the early 19th century. This neighborhood retains much of de Marigny's eccentric nature and is a hot bed for art, music, and culture. 
  • Congo Square -Don't let this quiet corner in Armstrong Park fool you. Every Thursday evening this spot hosts free concerts for locals and visitors alike. And, if you're able to pass through on a Sunday afternoon, you'll catch the drum circle, a tradition dating back to the mid-1700s.
  • Avenue of the Creoles-Esplanade Ave., also known as the Creole Millionaire's Row, stretches from the river to City Park and is lined with the most beautiful houses and mansions in New Orleans.    


Tour Inclusions

  • Bike
  • Helmet
  • Bottled Water
  • Fully guided Tour
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