Lafayette, LA or Baton Rouge,LA? Which city is a must visit and why?
Planning a trip to Louisiana for 4 adults and 3 children 6 year old and under. We will not have time to visit both cities and since I don't know the area at all, I need your advice. pictures welcome
Louisiana is quite small, LaFayette and Baton Rouge are very close. Baton Rouge has more to do I think, but New Orleans (which is close) is the real "must visit". There is a giant aquarium, the Riverwalk Mall, Street artists, cafes, historic buildings, Anne Rice, and Bourbon Street...If you travel via the roads, stop in Little Rock, AR. I have many Hubs on things to do.
Thank you Lilly We will also spend 2 days in New Orleans. Since we have 3 small children, we want to stop every 3 or 4 hours on our road trip. We will be living home in Missouri, we will be driving through Oklahoma, Texas , then Louisiana. We have a limited time to do all that, so I want to make sure I make the right choices when it comes to the towns to visit. I truly appreciate everyone's advice and ideas. Thank you so very much!
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