Louisiana Flights GuideMillions of people globally come to Louisiana in March to celebrate the famous Mardi Gras holiday in the city of New Orleans - there are beaded necklaces, great food, live music, and partying throughout the streets. Louisiana is also known for its delicious crawfish, and its famous Breaux Bridge is lovingly referred to the "King of Crustaceans". Catch your own crabs at Cameron Parish, or tube down the Denham Springs. Louisiana is also home to the Aquarium of the Americas, which even has penguins and parakeets, and the National World War II Museum.
Louisiana provides a truly cultural experience of the Creole lifestyle with its jazz music and delicious food. Aside from New Orleans, other Louisiana cities are Baton Rouge, Lafayette, Lake Charles, and Shreveport. Fly into Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, Alexandria International AIrport, or Chennault International Airport to get the fun started. It is very hot in Louisiana for the majority of the year - and humid, too. The months of November through February provide some relief from the heat.