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Cheap flights to Louisiana

Louisiana is a state in the southern region of the United States of America. It is bordered by Arkansas to the north, the state of Mississippi to the east, the Gulf of Mexico to the south, and Texas to the west. The largest city and former capital is New Orleans, and the current state capital is Baton Rouge.

What to see & do

Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium - The Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium is located in New Orleans. It was opened on June 13, 2008 and features 50 live exhibits on its 2,100-square-metre facility. It is the largest free-standing museum in America that is dedicated to insects. Exhibits and attractions featured in the Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium include the Underground Gallery, Louisiana Swamp Gallery, Termite Gallery, Butterfly Garden, Metamorphosis Gallery, and the Hall of Fame Gallery. One particularly interesting attraction is the Bug Appétit, where visitors can watch as chefs incorporate bugs into actual dishes that they can sample afterwards.

Carousel Gardens Amusement Park - The Carousel Gardens is an amusement park in New Orleans that operates on a seasonal basis. Visitors can try various rides such as the Ferris wheel, an antique carousel, the Live Oak Ladybug Rollercoaster, a 40-foot fun slide, Tilt-A-Whirl, and Bumper Cars.

Blue Bayou Waterpark and Dixie Landin’ - Blue Bayou is a water park; while Dixie Landin' is an amusement park with traditional thrill rides. The two are adjacent amusement parks located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Blue Bayou features 20 attractions, including the World's Largest Aqualoop, the World's Largest Dark Behemothbowl, World's Largest Tornado Slide, World's Largest Water Racer, and Worlds Largest In-Line Water Slide. Dixie Landin' has both kiddie rides and thrill-seeker rides for the older visitors.

City Park (New Orleans) - City Park is a public park covering 5.3 square kilometres, approximately 50% larger than New York City's famous Central Park. Within the park is the largest collection of mature live oak trees in the world. Founded in 1853, it is also one of the oldest parks in the USA.

How to get around within Louisiana

Transportation in Louisiana is maintained by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. If staying in or near the French Quarter, getting around on foot and by streetcar, bus, and cab is the ideal way. Bicycle rentals are also available. Renting a car is possible and is a must if planning to actually explore the rest of Louisiana. Car rental agencies can usually be found in or near the airports.

How to get there

One of the major airports in Louisiana is the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Most of the commercial flights it handles are domestic, but it also has connections to Toronto and Panama City courtesy of Air Canada Express and Copa Airlines. The other airlines, such as Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Connection, Delta Air Lines, and American Airlines offer domestic connections.

For those who are travelling from outside of the United States of America, a good route would be to fly into the major airports in New York, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, and Washington and get a connecting flight to any airport in Louisiana.

Flights to Louisiana

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