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Shreveport, LA

 

Plan your trip to Shreveport. Start by getting to the destination from your hometown. Then figure out where to stay (like La Quinta Inn and Suites Shreveport Airport), find things to see and do (like R.W. Norton Art Gallery), and research places to eat (like Great Raft Brewing).


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What are some good hotels in Shreveport?

Here are the top recommended hotels in Shreveport:

La Quinta Inn and Suites Shreveport Airport
6700 Financial Cir Shreveport, LA
Clarion Hotel Shreveport
1419 E 70th St Shreveport, LA
Holiday Inn Shreveport West
5555 Financial Plz Shreveport, LA
Super 8 Shreveport
4911 Monkhouse Dr Shreveport, LA

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What are some things to do in Shreveport?

Here are some of the most recommended things to do in Shreveport:

R.W. Norton Art Gallery
4747 Creswell Ave Shreveport, LA

(318) 865-4201

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Where should I eat in Shreveport?

Here are some places to eat in Shreveport.

Great Raft Brewing
1251 Dalzell Street Shreveport, LA

(318) 734-9881
Fertitta's Delicatessen
1124 Fairfield Ave Shreveport, LA

(318) 424-5508
Fat Calf Brasserie
3030 Creswell Ave Shreveport, LA

(318) 351-2253

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What are the closest airports to Shreveport?

If you're flying into Shreveport, you would usually fly into Shreveport Regional Airport.

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Insider tips about Shreveport

Here's what Trippy members say about Shreveport:

"Ki' Mexico is a unique taco based restaurant that opened in a truck 10 years ago. Consistently quality food and flavors. Also Fat Calf Brasserie for American based meals, original cocktails and locally sourced produce."




   
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