Whether you’re craving small-town authenticity or big-city excitement, every region in the state is infused with #OnlyLouisiana character and flavor.
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Explore Louisiana Regions
Alexandria and Pineville straddle the Red River and form a hub for fine arts. Nearby, delve into Louisiana history with architecture, music and exploring Native American heritage. Dive into nature at Kisatchie National Forest.
The capital city of Louisiana, Baton Rouge is an exciting modern city. Explore architecture, museums, dine out, listen to live music, learn about African American art, walk the riverfront and more.
This is the heart of Louisiana's wetlands, a vibrant area filled with Cajun culture, food, fishing and outdoor adventures that are all awaiting you in this incredibly beautiful area.
Lafayette is the center of Cajun Country, and is known as the ‘Happiest City in America’. It's a spot where the Cajun dialect is still spoken. The history, tasty culinary scene and distinctive music are all part of the cultural legacy.
The Lake Charles Area offers diverse Cajun culture with everything from authentic culinary dishes to glitzy casinos, dance halls and abundant outdoor activities. Experience the Cajun culture at its best.
Natchitoches is a one of the oldest established areas & is home to famous movies and meat pies. Explore the red-bricked Front Street, Cane River, shopping, restaurants and nearby historic districts.
Explore the culinary and cultural treasures of this region including the spice of Avery Island, Tabasco, and one of the oldest operating rice mills. Explore the cuisine, waterways, sprawling gardens and literary events.
A rich and vibrant center of fun, festivity, fine dining, music, art, cultural and history. Explore the sights and attractions that make the Crescent City so exciting.
Located on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain, just forty minutes from the French Quarter in New Orleans, this area is thriving with arts and culinary scene, water activities and the great outdoors.
Sprinkled among the lakes and bayous are scenic state parks for camping, fishing and hunting. In the cities of Shreveport and Bossier City, casinos, dining, art, festivals and history are just a few of the attractions.
Find a City in Louisiana
From small charming towns to bustling metro areas, Louisiana's cities offer a variety of attractions and experiences.