Let's explore the vicinity of the Mississippi River . Enjoy the scenic locations . Let's get to know the story of writer Mark Twain . Let's go to the winery.

Along the Mississippi: A Trip from Minnesota to Louisiana

This trip will be appreciated by those who, like me, have long dreamed of visiting the picturesque towns along the Mississippi River. This is a great chance not only to visit the lakes or parks, but also to get acquainted with the culture of rock music, the childhood of the author, who gave us a fascinating story about Tom Sawyer and Geckelberry Finn, and walk around the area, recreated from the book. A trip to the vineyard one day definitely made our lunch better, and I hope you can experience such positive impressions. This trip will definitely be an opportunity to get to know the suburbs of big cities and feel the atmosphere of real America.

Along the Mississippi: A Trip from Minnesota to Louisiana

8 days itinerary by Emily Wilson - Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture - Car, 7 Hotels

Road Trip Categories: Uninhabited Nature, History and Culture

Day 1: Cozy park

On the first day we decided to do without long journeys and long excursions, but walked in a nice park and had a great dinner at a local restaurant.
Visiting: Minneapolis, New Orleans

Day 2: Parks and culture

Today we will visit interesting wildlife sites and visit the regional arts centre, where you can even buy paintings by local artists.
Visiting: Minneapolis, La Crosse, Rochester, Dubuque, Galena, New Orleans

Day 3: Sightseeing with history

On this day we had to get acquainted with the history of American cowboys, visit the historical place founded by Mormons and the lighthouse, which was built in memory of Mark Twain.
Visiting: Galena, Le Claire, Davenport, Nauvoo, Hannibal, New Orleans

Day 4: Mark Twain's story of life and works

A wonderful and informative day! We met the house of the famous writer Mark Twain's childhood and walked around the places of the story "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer".
Visiting: Hannibal, St. Louis, New Orleans

Day 5: Cathedral and natural spaces

On this day we decided to go to see the cathedral in St. Louis and have a walk and lunch at the picturesque winery.
Visiting: St. Louis, Cape Girardeau, Sainte Genevieve, Hornbeak, Memphis, New Orleans

Day 6: The story of rock'n'roll

We were waiting for this day of the trip and now it came, and we immersed ourselves in the history of rock and soul music, which was one of our goals in arriving in Memphis, and then visited beautiful natural sites.
Visiting: Memphis, Lake Providence, Clarksdale, Vicksburg, New Orleans

Day 7: Picturesque places

That day we visited a very interesting mansion, it feels like we saw it somewhere in the movies. Then we decided to go for a walk in a picturesque park with a 128-year-old tree.
Visiting: Vicksburg, Natchez, Baton Rouge, New Orleans

Day 8: Fairytale Cathedral

Our last day and finally we went to visit the cathedral, one of the most notable attractions of New Orleans, by which we could not pass.
Visiting: New Orleans