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How Louisiana Tourism Got the State Back to Life

October 31st, 2022

Louisiana made it to the world’s headline news because of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The devastation apparently shook the world and everyone felt for the residents of Louisiana. Seven years later,Guest Posting the state of Louisiana has worked it out well to spring back to life. Rebuilding efforts successfully got the people of Louisiana optimistic that better things are to happen in this multicultural state.

The state of Louisiana capitalized on the many beautiful places and the rich culture of the people to boost the optimism of the locals. Louisiana tourism took a turn and allowed more people to get to know Louisiana better. One of the first places local and foreign tourists go to is the New Orleans’s French Quarter where candy-colored structures and cast-iron terraces over cluttered narrow streets. In this place, Café du Monde found on Decatur St. is a famous tourist melting point as it is known for its beignets – their very own sweet and doughy fritter, and the chicory-blended coffee.

The New Orleans’s unofficial motto, “Let the good times roll” may well be used as a Louisiana tourism tagline to promote the authentic NOLA (New Orleans Louisiana) night out starting from Bourbon Street which is tagged as one of the world’s notorious party venues, down to Frenchmen Street where a string of jazz clubs nightly-packed with local musicians and aficionados, all so characteristic of New Orleans. For a different view of NOLA, visitors can head to Congo Square as this is the congregation place for slaves paying their homeland’s music which has evolved into what is now known as jazz. This is also a place where one can enjoy jambalaya and the signature beat of the city.