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Overview of New Orleans

Furnished apartments for rent in New Orleans are a great option for those who dislike the idea of decorating, those who don't want to move heavy pieces of furniture and those just starting out after finishing college or accepting a new job. Home to the historic French Quarter, New Orleans City Park, Mardi Gras World and hundreds of other attractions, New Orleans lets you spend your days and nights partying in bars, visiting museums and historic sites or even exploring haunted sites across the city. With Rent.com's easy-to-use search features, finding your next furnished apartment is convenient and even fun.

Furnished Apartment in New Orleans-Finding Yours and Getting the Most for Your Money

Some people refer to New Orleans, Louisiana, as a party town, but while the atmosphere is lively during Mardi Gras, the city overall has a peaceful feel. Many of those moving to the city each year are college students and recent graduates looking to launch their careers. It's the type of place where you can find tarot card readers, college students and working professionals all mingling together. City Park is something of an oasis in the middle of the city with plenty of trails and activities available, while Mardi Gras World gives you an inside look at the floats used in local parades. You'll also want to swing by the restaurants, nightclubs and bars in the French Quarter and make new friends.

When looking for furnished apartments for rent in the city, you might look for places that come with central air. The days and nights are quite humid, and not all complexes and landlords offer air conditioning. Many also find it helpful to look for places for rent near bus stops so they can conveniently take public transportation. New Orleans has a unique vibe and is home to a number of thrift stores and independent boutiques. Use this Rent.com blog post to get some ideas on how to decorate your new home with thrift store finds and add your own touch to a furnished apartment.