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Rental car in New Orleans - low prices

Compact

Compact

from $21 per day
rental period of 28 days

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

Economy

Economy

from $21 per day
rental period of 28 days

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

Standard

Standard

from $22 per day
rental period of 28 days

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

Upperclass

Upperclass

from $25 per day
rental period of 28 days

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

This offer was found on 01/16/2018 06:39 AM.

Rating of rental supplier in New Orleans

Average customer ratings for rental car provider in New Orleans:

4.3 from 5 (113 ratings)

(5 from 5)
I love the car and the service. I was in and out.
Rating of Melissa S.- 12/05/2018 02:08 AM
(5 from 5)
easy and great service
Rating of Danny T.- 12/03/2018 02:02 AM
(5 from 5)
Good price
Rating of Lorrie C.- 12/02/2018 05:24 AM

Rental Car New Orleans

New Orleans, with its rich cultural history and intoxicating charm, is by far the most laid-back and easy-going city in the United States. You will encounter people from every way of life and you will never cease to be amazed by the typical Southern hospitality ubiquitous in that region. HAPPYCAR is here to help you find the best car rentals New Orleans has to offer so you can take full advantage of this dazzling city, with a direct car hire at the New Orleans Airport, HAPPYCAR makes it easy for you to get your Cajun vacation started. We check the prices of international and local providers so that you don’t have to check each website to provide you with the best deals on a New Orleans car hire to make your money go further on a car that fits your specific vacation needs.

General Information

‘The Big Easy’ as it is affectionately called by anyone who has spent time in this amazing city, is located in the southern state of Louisiana. It was founded in 1718 by the French Mississippi Company, came shortly under Spanish rule from 1763 until 1801, and was eventually sold to the budding nation the United States of America in 1803 as part of the Louisiana Purchase. The city experienced a rapid expansion due to a large influx of immigrants, both voluntarily and involuntarily. Sugar and cotton contributed greatly to this boom as the crops were cultivated on the outskirts of the city.

To Do

An ideal place to start your excursion through New Orleans is the French Quarter. This famous section of the city is also the oldest and contains numerous sight-worthy features you will not want to miss. The Central Business District lies adjacent to the French Quarter, and as its name implies, is the hub for most corporate businesses in New Orleans. Here you will also find the Superdome, the largest fixed domed stadium and one of the largest sports venues in the world. Here you can join the locals in cheering on the New Orleans Saints, the local football team whose fans are well-known across the country.

Attractions

During the Mardi Gras festivities, the city transforms into a vibrant mass of people from all over the world. Entire avenues are blocked and store hours are changed in order to accommodate the colorful parades and fervent merrymaking. If you wish to explore New Orleans at a more relaxing pace without all the humdrum of Mardi Gras, you can enjoy one of the many fascinating museums New Orleans has to offer. The National World War II Museum is perhaps the most well-known of them all and features an enormous variety of exhibitions. Architecture aficionados will enjoy the diverse styles employed over the years; from shotgun houses to large, imposing Antebellum homes, New Orleans has it all.

Eating

The terms good food and New Orleans undoubtedly go hand in hand. The cuisine is heavily influenced by the cities French roots, and also enjoys a remarkable input from different immigrant cultures. The most celebrated cuisine style to come out of New Orleans is the Creole kitchen, the most famous of which is the Cajun cuisine. This style of cooking makes liberal use of spices, namely cayenne and black pepper, and usually consists of steamed rice, a medley of seasonal vegetables, and some type of meat and/or seafood.

Excursions

Rent a car in New Orleans and you will enjoy the freedom to explore the surrounding areas at your own pace. Northwest of New Orleans lies the city of Baton Rouge, the capital of the state of Louisiana. Here you can visit the many museums the capital has to offer, including the old State Capitol, which has been converted into a political museum of sorts. Travelers wishing to relax on the beach can take a New Orleans car rental for an hour drive northeast to the Mississippi Gulf Coast, a popular destination for New Orleanians pursuing some rest and relaxation. The Gulf Coast offers endless white beaches, huge casinos, and a myriad of shops, restaurants, boutiques, and other possibilities of enjoyment. The Big Easy, although it contains many aspects of Cajun culture, is not technically Cajun. In order to experience true Cajun culture, you should take a New Orleans rent a car and visit some of the outlying areas around the city such as Breaux Bridge, Mamou, or the German Coast. You might notice the aspects of Cajun culture commonly seen in New Orleans are adapted and commercialized to accommodate the millions of tourists that stop by The Big Easy each year.