Why New Orleans is the Perfect Spring Break Destination

Why New Orleans is the Perfect Spring Break Destination

Here are some of the reasons why you should spend spring break in New Orleans.

With spring break quickly approaching, it’s time to decide where you should spend your time away from the daily grind of work and school.  If you haven’t considered heading to New Orleans this spring break, then you are missing out on a fantastic opportunity.  Here are some of the reasons why New Orleans makes the perfect spring break destination.

There’s Something for Everyone

Whether you are a college student ready to let loose or a parent looking for family-friendly activities, the city of New Orleans has a wide range of activities and attractions will suit everyone’s interests.

They Take Their Culture Very Seriously

Another thing that makes New Orleans so special is its dedication to preserving their traditions and celebrating its regional culture.  Unlike “melting pot” cities such as Los Angeles or NYC, New Orleans has a very distinctive, unified sense of culture.  From the traditional music to the regional culinary specialties, New Orleans is happy to celebrate its unique culture in all its offerings.

It’s a Culinary Hot Spot

If you are a foodie, then New Orleans is a must-visit destination.  With hundreds of acclaimed restaurants spread throughout the city, it’ll be hard to make a decision come dinner time.  From delicious po’boys to steaming plates of jambalaya to sweet beignets, New Orleans has something to please every palate.

These are some of the reasons why you should pack your bags and head over to New Orleans on your spring break.  Eager to experience the culture of New Orleans but unable to book your flight?  Then mark your calendar for the next Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival.  In summer of 2018, Simi Valley will come alive with Cajun music and food, zydeco music, blues music, a Mardi Gras parade, zydeco dance lessons, and more!  To learn more about this exciting local event, contact Simi Valley Cajun & Blues Music Festival today.