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The state of Louisiana is probably the most recognized for the City of New Orleans and its annual Mardi Gras festival. However, the state of Louisiana is much more than that. Louisiana is comprised of a mixture of many cultures and environments that make the state as interesting and unique as its people. A trip to Louisiana will always stay in your mind. There is the amazing natural beauty of the gulf coast and the bayou area combined with the friendliness of its people. There are the amazing cultural cities of New Orleans and Baton Rouge which will be sure to show you a good time. As you travel through this great state you will never forget the attitude of its fun-loving people best summed up in its iconic phrase: Laissez les bons temps rouler - Let the good times roll!
New Orleans is popular and an affordable tourist destination. Throughout the year, New Orleans hosts a variety of festivals celebrating the food and music the city is known for. The most notable is the famous Mardi Gras celebration and parade, with the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival running a close second in terms of popularity. Dining is one of the greatest things about visiting New Orleans, because of the abundance of fresh local seafood, mixture of ethnic cultures and the huge selection of restaurants from world-class chefs to choose from. The French Quarter is the oldest and most historic area in New Orleans. Within the Quarter are many of the city’s best attractions, like the artistic Jackson Square, and Café du Monde offering some the city’s best pastries and coffee drinks. Frenchman street is another great street to walk along to enjoy local Jazz Music. The Warehouse District has been revitalized into the New Orleans Arts District, home to some of the city’s most interesting art galleries located along Julia Street and museums such as the popular National World War II Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana’s Civil War Museum, The Children’s Museum and the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Take the St. Charles Streetcar to the popular Garden District to marvel at some of the city’s well-manicured southern mansions.
For a taste of Bayou country, drive 20 minutes outside of New Orleans and explore the Bayou Segnette, a Cajun fishing village. The nesting grounds of alligators, egrets, raccoons and many types of snakes can be spotted along the way. The Bayou Teche Experience in the heart of Cajun Country located in downtown Breaux Bridge is another popular tourist destination. The Avery Island is one of Louisiana favorite sights. Its home to the famous Tabasco Sauce and the Avery Bird Sanctuary. Take a swamp tour in from Lafayette for a unique experience.