America's Best Cities for Fall Travel

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

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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.

New Orleans, Louisiana

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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