Start your adventure at one of the city's many restaurants, and enjoy regional specialties like seafood gumbo, crawfish etouffee, or jambalaya. Once your culinary batteries are charged, it will be time to start exploring everything Lafayette has to offer. Along Jefferson Street Market, you will find a bevy of boutiques and antique stores. To soak up some history, head to the Acadian Village, where you can traverse brick-lined streets to tour restored historic homes, barns, and other 1800s attractions. At Vermilionville, experience life in a 19th-century Cajun village in the bayou. In the heart of downtown Lafayette sits the Acadian Center for the Arts, which features three galleries as well as a theater which often plays host to regional events.
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Events and Festivals
For five days in April, you can rock out at the free annual Festival International de Louisiana, which features performances by numerous Cajun music artists. To fund the Festival, each November the city hosts the fund-raising La Fete du Festival, a celebration of the 1920s where you can enjoy the music, dancing, and food of the roaring 20s.
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Accommodation in Lafayette
Travelocity's website has up to 95 Lafayette accommodations for you and your family to choose from when planning your excursion to this popular city.
You can start by investigating the style and charm of the Carriage House Hotel and the Old Castillo Bed and Breakfast. Alternatively, the Maison Des Amis or the Buchanan Lofts may be more what you're looking for right now.