Parking at the New Orleans Cruise Terminal
The parking lot is centrally located in New Orleans on the Riverfront Trolley line, 5 minutes from the French Quarter and only minutes from Interstate 10 access. It serves Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean.
Prices per day
- $16 Outdoor Parking
New Orleans Cruise Terminal Overview
The New Orleans Cruise Terminal is located in Louisiana, USA and is noted for being one of the ports that receives great cargo shipments from all over the world. Since it has the longest wharf in the world, it can accommodate 13 to 15 ships all at once. As a result, some of its spaces are provided for the New Orleans Cruise Terminal.
Some of the cruise lines that use the New Orleans Cruise Terminal include Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International.
There are also taxis and airport shuttles available for rent. The airport shuttles only travel from the airport to the port and vice versa. Another attraction near the New Orleans Cruise Terminal worth the visit is Algier's Point. If you are in need of car rentals, there are available rent-a-car agencies nearby the New Orleans cruise terminal. The area is definitely safe for passengers and the cruise ship personnel. Almost all parts of the port are guarded by surveillance cameras and the Harbor Police Department is stationed near the port.
There are quite a few hotels located near the Port of New Orleans. Economical choices include the Holiday Inn Express Harvey-Marrero and Hotel St. Pierre. Hotels that are just a bit higher in price include Crowne Plaza New Orleans French Quarter and for a ritzy stay, try the Ritz-Carlton, New Orleans.
Dining is New Orleans is a flavorful experience, as it is the birthplace of delicious Cajun food.
For authentic Southern Cajun taste, try Cochon which incorporates locally sourced pork, fresh produce and seafood.
Cafe Du Monde, known as the original French Market coffee stand since 1862, is famous for its sweet beignets and coffee.
Commander's Palace is a Victorian-style turquoise and white restaurant in the Garden District which serves up New Orleans favorites like crispy pork belly, turtle soup and Louisiana shrimp and grits.
Attractions & Entertainment
Perhaps the most famous New Orleans attraction is the oldest neighborhood in the city known as the French Quarter. It's certainly worth exploring the Spanish/French architecture , tasting beignets and gumbo and listening to jazz. The district has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and it's a popular tourist destination.
For an incredible interaction with nature, visit the Audobon Nature Institute which offers an aquarium, butterfly garden and insectarium and a park. There is a diversity of wildlife and special focus on the preservation of natural Louisiana habits.
There are many shops, clothing stores, studios and galleries to check out in the French Quarter.
For sales, check out the Outlet Collection at Riverwalk.