“New Orleans was always a place where I felt I could go and actually let go and enjoy the spirit of something.” –Sandra Bullock
During Liberty National Convention this summer you can stroll one of the oldest streets in the city of New Orleans. On Royal Street you’ll find a number of traditional and nontraditional restaurants, unique shops, and a positively overwhelming amount of local artistic culture. The sounds of live jazz bands and street performers fill the air as you take in all the sights and sounds of the Big Easy.
Classy Culture on Royal Street
The road begins at Canal Street, where it goes through the French Quarter*. Known primarily for its location, which is close to the popular Bourbon Street, Royal Street is also recognized as a posh shopping district full of valuable antiques and one-of-a-kind items. On the prestigious strip of cobblestone road you’ll also find the famous Brennan’s and Pere Antoine’s restaurants alongside luxury hotels.
Switch it up if you need a break from Bourbon Street! This classy area offers visitors a taste of history and great views of popular buildings and art galleries. Being within walking distance of most attractions in the French Quarter, it’s easy to stop in any of the historic antique shops and see why Royal Street is considered one of the finest shopping areas in the city.
Liberty National in New Orleans
Will you explore Royal Street during #LNLConvention2014 and enjoy the architecture, shopping, and people watching? What are you looking most forward to doing while you’re in New Orleans?