America's Best Cities for Fall Travel

Festivals, harvest-season goodies, and lower prices: in these cities, fall travel is both savvy and sublime.

New Orleans

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There’s less humidity and fewer crowds in the Crescent City during fall, when the ever-festive vibe is channeled into such parties as September’s New Orleans Burlesque Festival, the Voodoo Music Experience in October, and the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival in November. Fall also means the return of the near-religious fervor for Saints football: before home games, you can join black-and-gold-festooned locals at Champions Square, a public space right next to the Superdome, for live music, tailgating cuisine (try the Pigskin Po-Boys), and friendly Who Dat revelry.

America's Best Cities for Fall Travel

New Orleans

There’s less humidity and fewer crowds in the Crescent City during fall, when the ever-festive vibe is channeled into such parties as September’s New Orleans Burlesque Festival, the Voodoo Music Experience in October, and the Oak Street Po-Boy Festival in November. Fall also means the return of the near-religious fervor for Saints football: before home games, you can join black-and-gold-festooned locals at Champions Square, a public space right next to the Superdome, for live music, tailgating cuisine (try the Pigskin Po-Boys), and friendly Who Dat revelry.

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