Since the Saints nabbed the Superbowl in 2010, the question on every local's lips is "Who dat say dey gonna beat dem Saints?" You can watch Louisiana's top team at their home ground, the Superdome. Chants such as "When the Saints Come Marching In" ring out across the stadium, pulsing with New Orleans's spirit. Your city break in the place that made Mardi Gras an international phenomenon wouldn't be complete without a good festival. Lucky for you, there are music and culture festivities every weekend, so you won't have to wait until February for some unparalleled musical fun. If you're fortunate enough to visit at this time, your weekend trip will embrace a tradition that dates back to the 1700s, with a vibrant procession, music, and partying. At night, you must stroll the area around infamous Bourbon Street, and don't leave town without digging into a steaming helping of New Orleans's famous Creole dis of jambalaya, a meat stew. Or how about some of Central Grocery tongue-tingling muffuletta, which features multiple strata of olive salad and meats?