Welcome to the Louisiana Trip Planner
|Louisiana is divided into five regions, each with their own
unique culture and customs.
If you're looking for excitement, you will find both indoors and out in
Sportsman's Paradise. You can hit the jackpot in one of our big-city casinos or
land a trophy-size bass on one of our many fishing holes. Either way, the odds
for having a great time are in your favor.
If you're looking for the real South, a South filled with large, loving
families who wrap their arms around each other on their wraparound porches,
you'll find it in the Crossroads region. This is Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Steel
Magnolia country, and you're invited.
Bienvenue! Welcome to Cajun Country, the heart of French culture in
Louisiana. Here you'll develop a taste for jambalaya and for life itself-a joie
de vivre-that'll make you want to stay forever.
In 1850, two-thirds of America's millionaires lived on the Great
River Road. Their treasures remain, and some would say the original
owners haven't gone far either. If you were a ghost, could you bear to leave
your grand plantation home behind?
|Greater New Orleans:
Greater is a gumbo of experiences just waiting for you to pick up the spoon.
Start in the Vieux Carre (the French Quarter) with beignets at the French Market
or an authentic jazz brunch at a famous Creole restaurant. Then, walk off your
grillades and grits on a French Quarter walking tour. Take your pick of literary
tours, haunted tours, voodoo tours and more. Or, hop a horse-drawn carriage, a
red riverfront streetcar, or a paddle wheeler and see the city that way. Take in
the jazz clubs on Bourbon Street, the antique stores on Rue Royal, and the
fortune tellers, jugglers and artists in Jackson Square. New
Orleans Photo Gallery.
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