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The most important cities of Louisiana

Louisiana is a unique state that represents a particularly radiant and captivating charm; several cultures have influenced music, traditions, food and nature, including French, Hispanic, American, Indian, Cajun and African culture. Yet it is a lively, gourmet, endearing and constantly active region. Tourists enjoy their visits or discover the different characteristics of this multicultural and multilingual history, namely: gastronomy and the sense of celebration and festivals.

On the one hand, the state of Louisiana offers you a wide range of themes to discover in its many cities, here are the different places to discover during your stay:

The Capital, Baton Rouge: Enjoy your visit to Baton Rouge and discover the Louisiana State Capital, climb up to the observatory on the top floor to enjoy the panoramic view of Baton Rouge and Mississippi. You can also admire the Second World War torpedo ship USS Kidd. Also consider dedicating a day of your stay to discover the Rural Life Museum of Louisiana State University, which presents the history of Cajun culture.

New Orleans: You want to plan an attractive stay in New Orleans, think about starting with the fascinating world of the Bayous only 20 minutes from the city, and include on your list to make the Garden District in New Orleans, the French Quarter of New Orleans, City Park, the National WWII Museum and the Art Museum and the Audubon Nature Institute.

Lafayette: Lafayette remains a must to explore the heart of the Cajun and Creole Country of Louisiana, do not hesitate to discover the main tourist attractions of this city, such as: Breaux Bridge, the Liberty Theater of Eunice, the University of Louisiana, the Cajun Dome Hall and why not an excursion to Lake Martin.

Alexandria: Alexandria is a city located along the Red Rive, it is the heart of various cultures, namely the Cajun bonhomie and the famous annual event of Tuesdays Fat. Several boat trips are available to visitors to illustrate the importance of this river in Louisiana’s history. Here are some of the highlights to explore during your stay: Alexandria Holocaust Memorial, Alexandria Zoological Park and Alexandria Museum of Art.