Our offline app for New Orleans, Louisiana HERE


How to Get Around by Public Transportation

Bus, steetcar and ferry


  1. Apps
    1. Mytripnavi Offline map & travel guide
    2. Ride app: https://flymsy.com/ride-app-2/

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

  1. Departure and Arrival Flights
    1. Departure flight information https://flymsy.com/flight-status/?type=D
    2. Arriving flights https://flymsy.com/flight-status/?type=A
    3. Airlines and terminals https://flymsy.com/airlines/
  2. Transit guide-Connecting flights
  3. Getting to the Airport https://flymsy.com/public-transportation/ https://flymsy.com/passengers/shuttles/
  4. Airport map https://flymsy.com/facility-maps/ https://flymsy.com/directions-and-maps/
  5. Transfer between terminals
  6. Shop, Dine, Relax and do more https://flymsy.com/shop-dine-relax/
    1. Dining
    2. Shop
    3. Duty Free/Tax Free
  7. Facilities and Services
    1. Lounges, hotels and spas
    2. Taxi and Car Rental https://flymsy.com/taxis-2/ https://flymsy.com/car-rentals/
    3. Parking https://flymsy.com/parking/
    4. Baggage Claim
    5. Drop Off and Pick Up
    6. Lost and Found https://flymsy.com/lost-and-found/
    7. Banking, Currency Exchange, ATM https://flymsy.com/amenities/
    8. Hotels
    9. Traveling with Kids and Pets
    10. Other Services/Accessibility

Other Experiences

Foods you must try

Famous food top 5

  1. Fish and chips
  2. Cottage pie / Shepherd’s pie: Shepherd’s pie, cottage pie, or in its French version hachis Parmentier is a savoury dish of cooked minced meat topped with mashed potato and baked. The meat used may be either previously cooked or freshly minced. The usual meats are beef or lamb.
  3. Roast beef
  4. Haggis: Haggis is a savoury pudding containing sheep’s pluck, minced with onion, oatmeal, suet, spices, and salt, mixed with stock, and cooked while traditionally encased in the animal’s stomach though now an artificial casing is often used instead.
  5. Jacket Potato

Famous Sweets

  1. Scone
  2. Crumble
  3. Christmas Pudding
  4. Mince Pie

Famous Drinks

  1. Afternoon Tea/ High Tea: Whilst they both include tea as a beverage, afternoon tea includes delicate pastries, little sandwiches, scones and cakes. Whereas high tea is typically a more wholesome meal of meat, potatoes and vegetables served after a long hard day at work.
  2. Cream Tea: One of the eight times of the day to enjoy tea, cream tea refers to scones with jam and clotted cream, served with tea. Although a cream tea is traditionally enjoyed in the afternoon, it differs from afternoon tea in that it does not include finger sandwiches or pastries.
  3. Whisky/Whiskey

Food trivia

  • Sausage is soft here in UK.
  • Jellied eels are a traditional English dish that originated in the 18th century, primarily in the East End of London.
  • The rumour about Brits drinking warm beer is very misleading. It’s merely that traditional ales are served at cellar (not room) temperature, rather than being chilled, which merely disguises the taste.

Other famous foods

  1. Pasty
  2. Porridge
  3. Sunday Roast
  4. Scotch egg
  5. Chicken tikka masala