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There’s no doubt that The Big Easy (New Orleans) is the epicentre and finest representative of Louisiana’s rich cultural heritage. But curious travellers can delve even deeper into the fascinating Creole traditions of the region by exploring Cajun country and its unique Francophile towns.
New Orleans is the star attraction of Louisiana thanks to special spots like the lively historic French Quarter and the charming Garden District. This is a city that bleeds music, loves food and demands everyone have a good time. Balancing out New Orleans are the interesting towns and parishes where a French dialect is the norm and you'll be transported into another world and time.
It’s hard not to have a good time in Louisiana, and that’s largely thanks to the friendly folks who live here. Though New Orleans can be pricey for amenities like hotels in the French Quarter especially during Mardi gras or Jazz Fest, overall the state is a bargain travel destination. Food in particular is incredibly delicious, filling and cheap.
Besides the rich cultural attractions Louisiana offers, the state is also a fantastic destination for outdoor recreation. Water sports like fishing and boating are highlights thanks to the abundance of water in the Gulf of Mexico as well as the lakes, rivers and swamps that cover the entire state. Golfers will also be pleased at the range and quality of Louisiana’s courses, and the balmy subtropical climate ensures that conditions are pleasant to be outside all year round.
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