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Searching for reliable car rental in Louisiana? Whether you’re a born and raised Louisianan looking for a temporary replacement for your regular ride or you’re traveling to the Bayou State from Boston, California, Seattle or anywhere else for a stateside staycation and need the perfect vacay vehicle, we’ve got you covered. From the carnival atmosphere, life-affirming Jazz vibes and ravishing restaurants of New Orleans to the scenic prairie, swamp, and bayou, this state is a delicious melting pot of French, Spanish and All-American influences that sets the senses on fire every time you visit. From beautiful state parks to fascinating museums and strolls around leafy city streets to exciting swampland boat tours, there’s something here for everyone. Hotspots like Lafayette, Ruston and Monroe make for amazing day trips, and Enjoy Travel excels at simplifying Louisiana car rental. Whether you want a compact coupe, a standard station wagon or a spacious 7-seater, we’ve got everything you need in a couple of clicks.
Guide to Louisiana
The 25th most populous of the US states, Louisiana has Arkansas to the north, Texas to the west, Mississippi to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the south. New Orleans is the biggest city although the capital is Baton Rouge and it’s an extremely biodiverse state thanks to large areas of coastal marsh and swamp. This is a proudly multicultural, multilingual state, with a strong Indigenous American and African American cultural influence, a buzzing nighttime economy and welcoming ambience.
Inhabited by various Native American tribes until Europeans arrived in the 16th Century, there’s archaeological evidence of human settlement here stretching back to 3700 BC. The first foreign explorers were Spanish, but by the 17th Century, French settlers were in the ascendance and the region was named Louisiana in 1682 after King Louis XIV. At the time of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803, the territory was huge – it bisected modern-day America and ran from modern Louisiana all the way up to Montana. From that point, Louisiana was American, but it has retained influences from all over the world.
Louisiana is a haven for foodies. Hop in your 9-seater and take your brood to Yellow Bowl in Jeanerette for authentic fried crawfish or stuffed flounder, Cajun classics at Lafitte’s Landing in Donaldsonville or gorgeous gumbo at Prejean’s in Lafayette.
You can fly into Louisiana via Louis Armstrong International Airport (MSY) and public transit systems are reliable in most major cities and towns. Car travel offers independence however, and one-way car rental can be useful for hopping from city to city.
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