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From fairytale gardens and majestic oak trees draped with moss to Cajun cuisine fit for a king, South Louisiana is a dreamy destination for couples. Explore the outdoors with your special someone. Lafayette is known for its romantic swampland dotted with moss-draped cypress trees teeming with wildlife, which makes it the perfect destination for bird watchingpaddlingfishing, and numerous other outdoor activities. You can stay in the city limit and explore the Bayou Vermilion or take a short drive to Lake Martin where you can rent a canoe, take a swamp touror hike the trails around the lake. No matter what you choose you'll be sure to have a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience. Star-crossed lovers Evangeline and Gabriel were separated during the infamous exile of Acadians from their Canadian home to South Louisiana.
By trivago MagazineFebruary 24th, The culture of Lafayette, much like its food, is seasoned with a taste of Cajun French and Louisiana Creole.
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Mixed with the inventiveness of young chefs re-creating what modern Cajun cuisine can be, we suggest you come hungry. It pays to be adventurous when sampling the local food. Make sure you eat local. Lafayette has an abundance of locally-owned restaurants offering everything from home-style cooking to fine dining and everything in between. Some of the best meals can be found in mom and pop grocery stores or in gas stations.
The outdoor venue has a menu that includes brats and poutine and a diverse beer list that features local brews as well as imports. With an open air market and stage, the Wurst offers something for everyone from yoga to live music.
The pet and kid-friendly establishment even allows children until 9 p. The Cajun Brewing brand is rooted in cultural pride. Reggie has also added live music on Friday nights.
View hotel. Spend the night in the historic Lafayette La Parisienne department store.
Today, the building has been converted into the correspondingly fashionable Juliet Hotel, steps away from the Lafayette Amtrak, the Natural History Museum and the Acadian Village. Waiting for you inside are custom-made linens, free WiFi and use of the steam room, sauna, whirlpool and outdoor pool.
Cajun and Zydeco music will make everyone get up and dance. Photo by Tim Mueller. For lovers of Cajun and Zydeco music and dance, there is an endless supply of live music venues, festivals, jam sessions and authentic dancehalls where you can two-step the night away.
The area boasts three dancehall restaurants where you can dine and dance seven nights a week. The Cathedral of St John the Evangelist.
Photo courtesy of Visit Lafayette. More than two centuries later, visitors can get a rare taste of the genuine Cajun experience by visiting several historical attractions.
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The Jean Lafitte Acadian Cultural Center is the perfect place to start your Cajun Country experience as it tells stories of the origins, migration, settlement, and contemporary culture of the Acadians Cajuns and other groups through films and exhibits. Then, wander next door to Vermilionvillea living history museum and folklife park along the banks of the Bayou Vermilion that depicts the Acadian, Creole and Native American cultures from the time period The food theme continues across to their guest fridge, stocked with treats for hungry midnight snackers.
Downtown Lafayette provides a variety of experiences for people looking for shopping, dining, nightlife, and activities and events for the whole family. Many festivals and special events call Downtown home including the concert series, Downtown Alive! Stay chic in downtown Lafayette at Buchanan Lofts. Photo from trivago.
Get all the ambiance of Downtown Lafayette with a stay at Buchanan Lofts, built out of an old warehouse. With each room boasting its own unique decor and layout plus the added benefit of standard features like Egyptian Cotton linens and a ceramic tiled cast iron tub, Buchanan Lofts is perfect for those looking for a quirky experience in Lafayette. Get out into the cypress swamps and greenery around Lafayette.
Photo by Mark Downey. Lafayette is located just minutes from cypress swamps that are home to migratory birds, the American alligator, and even bald eagles.
Get on an airboat tour or rent a kayak for a more participatory experience. Mahogany furniture and granite bathrooms create a luxurious ambiance with easy access to many points in the city, including the cypress swamps at the University. On-site restaurant SoLA and lounge bar Club offer locally inspired cuisine and the perfect post-dinner digestif setting. This post was produced in partnership with Lafayette Travel.
Things You Must See and Do. Crawfish boiled and ready to devour.
Photo from Unsplash. Try the Cajun-inspired brews at Cajun Brewing.
Photo courtesy of the hotel. Photo by Sarah Life.
On the banks of the Vermilion River.