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The Weather Baton Rouge
This is the climate diagram . The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 39° low. The wettest month is August with 17 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 7 rainy days in November, which is the driest month.
Vacation rentals in Baton Rouge bring the charm of Louisiana alive
The state capital of Louisiana enjoys a beautiful subtropical climate, ideal for exploring outdoor attractions and visiting the city's many Antebellum historic sights. Along the way, you can enjoy fine examples of regional Southern cooking and witness local culture first-hand.
Savoring local flavors in Baton Rouge
For traditional cuisine in Baton Rouge, head to restaurants that serve Creole favorites like crawfish étouffée and jambalaya, an irresistible sausage, seafood, and rice mix. This style of cooking, influenced by France, Spain, Italy, and Haiti, creates something altogether different, using local ingredients.
The best art and cultural hotspots in the city
There are many Baton Rouge museums and outdoor attractions that reveal some of the personality of vibrant Louisiana. The African American Museum and Louisiana State Museum both bring the history of the area alive. The Art Deco-style Louisiana State Capitol skyscraper is hard to miss, and is well worth seeing for its architectural brilliance.
Heading just a bit out of the city for a swamp tour around Baton Rouge and nearby New Orleans will allow you to appreciate the vibrant natural beauty of the region, and maybe spot some alligators on the way.
Exploring beyond Baton Rouge
A vacation rental in the city makes a great base for seeing the surrounding area, with New Orleans, as one example, just an hour and a half away by car. Its old French Quarter is full of color and charm. Driving along River Road to reach the city, you'll also pass a number of old plantation houses along the Mississippi River.
You can also drive along the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway, linking the region to Merairie in the north, which will give you a sense of suburban life in Louisiana while you cruise along the largest over-water bridge in the world.
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