Plan your trip to Baton Rouge. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like Holiday Inn Baton Rouge College Drive I-10), find things to see and do (like Chelsea's Cafe), and research places to eat (like Parrain's Seafood Restaurant).
Getting to Baton Rouge:
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Here are the top recommended hotels in Baton Rouge:
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Here are some places to eat in Baton Rouge.
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If you're flying into Baton Rouge, you would usually fly into Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport.
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Here's what Trippy members say about Baton Rouge:
"Visit Burden Museum & Gardens on Essen Lane, by OLOL Hospital. (Baton Rouge’s best kept secret.)"