Louisiana Vacation Rentals

Louisiana Vacation Rentals

Plan your best vacation ever in Louisiana. Explore our colorful destinations and pursue your own interests to create your dream vacation in Louisiana!

Located in the southern region of the United States, Louisiana is a beautiful state with Baton Rouge as its capital. Known for its rich history, Creole food and charming city of New Orleans, Louisiana offers attractions for all ages and interests.

Louisiana has a lot to offer as far as accommodations go. This outdoor destination has many beautiful Louisiana vacation rentals, Louisiana condos, charming Louisiana resorts and more. Depending on your budget and needs, you can find affordable and comfortable Louisiana lodging perfect for the whole family.

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Louisiana Vacation Rentals

Louisiana will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like Louisiana lodging, a cozy Louisiana vacation home to a beautiful Louisiana condo - this state offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in Louisiana

Thousands of acres of national forests, historic plantation homes and verdant nature characterize Louisiana providing travelers with endless recreation opportunities. Quaint villages with charming architecture with French and Spanish roots give Louisiana a unique European city character offering gourmet restaurants and live entertainment. Read on to find out about the exciting things to do in Louisiana.

Mardi Gras New Orleans

Held in New Orleans, Mardi Gras is probably one of the biggest events in the world. Often referred to as the "Carnival", Louisiana Mardi Gras starts on Fat Tuesday and lasts ten days boasting colorful costumes and amazing floats. Those who stay at a Louisiana vacation home can admire parades with performers and marching bands and many more events.

New Orleans French Quarter

Those visiting New Orleans should place French Quarter on their things-to-do list. Founded in 1718, French Quarter is full of history and features numerous old buildings, great architecture and charming shops. Travelers who book a Louisiana bed and breakfast will enjoy excellent nightlife, bars, jazz halls and tourist attractions. There are also many festivals held in this famous place throughout the year including a three day French Quarter festival.

Louisiana Plantations

One of the best ways for Louisiana lodging guests to experience the Old South is by visiting the state's many plantations. Louisiana historic homes are spread around the state but most of them can be found around Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Lafayette. Travelers can experience the history of the South before the Civil War while staying at a cozy Louisiana Inn.

Audubon Zoo Travelers staying at a Louisiana condo with kids will have a blast while visiting the Audubon Zoo. This fascinating zoo is a part of the Audubon Nature Institute together with the Aquarium of the Americas, a golf course and several parks. The zoo dates back to 1914 and offers a large collection of exotic animals including gorillas, lemurs, tamarins and siamangs among others.

Louisiana Swamp Tours

Once home to a pirate, Jean Lafitte, the Barataria swamps can be visited in many different ways including a covered tour boat or a high speed airboat. During such exciting tour travelers will slowly pass an ancient 200 year old, sacred Indian mound and a local Cajun cemetery. Book a Louisiana cabin and enjoy the state's lush nature.

World Known Top Events in the State of Louisiana

Mardi Gras
New Orleans, Feb. 24

Renaissance Festival
Robert, Nov. 7-Dec. 13

Tales of the Cocktail—New Orleans
New Orleans, July 8-12

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