Greater New Orleans
Greater New Orleans is a region in Louisiana.
Centered around New Orleans, Louisiana's biggest city and top visitor attraction, the region encompasses the South East portion of the state including the lower Mississippi River, smaller cities and towns, bayous, wetlands, and nature preserves.
Hard hit by Hurricane Katrina and the failure of the levee system in 2005, while recovery is still ongoing in much of the region 6 years later, a wealth of attractions welcome visitors.
English is almost universally spoken and understood; French and Spanish are the most common second languages.
 Get in
The major International Airport is in Kenner, a suburb of New Orleans.
Interstate 10 is the main highway in and out from east to west; Interstates 55 and 12 have their southern ends here.
A number of cruise ships dock in New Orleans.
 Get around
A private automobile is the best way to get around the region. While the city of New Orleans can be enjoyably experienced without a car, outside of the city transport options for those without a vehicle range from inconvenient to non-existant.
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