Alexandria Travel Guide
Welcome to Alexandria!
This WorldWeb.com travel and tourism guide for Alexandria, featuring hotels and other accommodations, tours, attractions, events, shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to Alexandria, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Alexandria is situated on the Red River in Central Louisiana, providing a major access point to Louisiana's only National Forest—Kisatchie—which features hiking trails, scenic lakes and over 40 developed recreation sites. In addition to outdoor activities, Alexandria is home to a number of cultural venues and events. The city's River Oaks Square Arts Center is a modern visual arts and fine crafts center featuring over 30 individual studios and two galleries showcasing local and regional artists. For visitors interested in the theater, year-round productions of plays and musicals are offered by the City Park Players. Also in Alexandria is the Kent House historic site, where visitors can tour one of the oldest surviving plantations in Louisiana. Alexandria's dining options are rich and diverse, incorporating the area's cultures into flavors ranging from Cajun to Creole to Mexican.
Louisiana History Museum has over 50 displays from pre-historic Louisiana to present day.
Hotels & Motels
Located adjacent to the OakWing Golf Course, the Parc England Hotel is just 2 minutes from the airport and 12 minutes from downtown.