And get a taste of NOLA. Cars are well maintained and the staff are friendly and helpful. You'll need exact fare. Opted for the $3 day pass.
The trolley is a fun way to tour certain sections of New Orleans since you can get on and off if you buy the all day ticket. This is a typical old fashioned trolley ride. But beware: there are times during the day when you're all but hanging out of the trolley car because it's so crowded, not unlike the... More
You queue for this very popular streetcar on St. Charles not Canal, by the CVS drugstore. Have dollar bills hands as they don't take charge cards or make change, and the day pass for $3 is the best bet (good til 4am the next morning--only in NOLA!). Also, don't panic if there is a long queue, during peak times, there... More
When you get about half way down the line, you have to transfer to a bus. What a disappointment! The view out of the City bus wasn't anything like the streetcar! And the bus is on a schedule so they go very fast. I really believe that the street car should have a sign when you get on telling you... More
The trolley system is the best way to get around New Orleans, so get a system map to figure out how to get where you want to go-- get a day pass for $3. As of late November there is railwork being done on the line heading towards the Carollton area, so you have to transfer to a bus. Even... More
Jump on the street car on Canal Street and ride it to the end of the line. You will go through commercial areas as well as beautiful residential areas. It is unique transportation and the full length of windows allows views of everything as you pass. The kids will love it and it is a convenient and inexpensive way to... More
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