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    Louisiana Rental Cars

    Start reviewing rates in Louisiana to find a good deal for your upcoming car rental with us. We partner with the highest-rated rental car companies in Louisiana, and now you can compare prices next to each other, all in one place. Travelers can get airport and train station pick-up options and a wide range of other office locations in top cities like Baton Rouge, Lafayette, and New Orleans. Considering a one-way car rental? You can easily pick up in Baton Rouge, drop off in New Orleans, or even go to Texas.

    With a car rental in Louisiana, little is off-limits. With so much to explore and do, you'll be happy you are in charge of your schedule and allow for some spontaneity. From economy to full-size SUVs and vans, we've got the perfect automobile for all of your needs. Reserve and save on your car with USA Rental Cars today.

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    We partner with car rental providers in all 50 states in the United States. You can find rates at each major airport supplying the most convenient pick-up and drop-off options whatever your destination is. Work with the search form at the top of the page to locate low rentals in Louisiana from these suppliers, plus more.

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    Louisiana has a particular culture due to French colonization and, to a lesser extent, to the Spanish. The most widely spoken languages today are English and Spanish. As for the dialect of French known as Cajun (from the French term Acadien, which designated the settlers from the French-Canadian colony of Acadia), it has today been reduced to 7% of speakers, although there are initiatives of the state government to enhance its use by considering it as a hallmark of the state. Worse luck has fallen to the vestigial Spaniard, brought in the 18th century by Canarian and Andalusian emigrants, which today is practically disappeared. However, Spanish is constantly growing in several speakers due to Latin American immigration, especially Mexican and Central American, particularly to New Orleans. Even so, French remains the most studied foreign language in state schools.

    Visit New Orleans - Birmingham began as an industrial center in the United States where steel was made. The region had everything necessary to make it, which is why the city grew very quickly. So much so that it was called "The Magic City." It was also called "The Pittsburgh of the South" many times because of the similar histories of the two industrial cities.
    Visit Baton Rouge - The Baton Rouge River Center is a cultural center where conventions and artistic and sporting shows are held. The LSU Tigers are the sports team of Louisiana State University. They have won 11 Southeastern Conference championships, six Sugar Bowls, and three national championships in college football. Baton Rouge is the seat of government for the East Baton Rouge Parish (the parish equates to counties in other US states). It is also the Louisiana State University (LSU) headquarters and the University of the South. It has the Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport.

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    Visit Shreveport - Shreveport is a city located in the parish of Caddo in the US state of Louisiana. The 2010 Census had a population of 199 311 inhabitants and a population density of 636.88 people per km². Shreveport is famous for its crawfish festival, a 4-day celebration in May, with family activities, all kinds of music, Cajun cuisine, and contests. With more than 140 artists from across the country, Shreveport-Bossier's Red River Revel Arts Festival is the largest open-air festival in the state's north.

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