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Directions to Venice Louisiana (Venice Marina) from New Orleans.
Take ramp onto I-10 E toward New Orleans. Go for 12.1 mi.
Continue on US-90-BR (Pontchartrain Expy) toward Westbank/US-90/Superdome/Claiborne Ave. Go for 3.9 mi. (You will cross the Mississippi River at this point)
Take exit 9B onto LA-428 E (Gen de Gaulle Dr). Go for 0.8 mi.
Keep right onto Gen de Gaulle Dr (LA-428). Go for 1.0 mi.
Turn right onto Behrman Pl (LA-428) toward Behrman Hwy. Go for 2.9 mi.
Turn left onto Belle Chasse Hwy (LA-23). Go for 30.8 mi.
Continue on Highway 23 (LA-23). Go for 38.4 mi.
Turn right onto Jump Basin Rd (LA-23). Go for 0.2 mi.
Turn slightly right onto Tidewater Rd (LA-23). Go for 2.4 mi.
Turn left onto Venice Boat Harbor Rd. Go for 1.0 mi.
Turn right onto Sports Marina Rd. and you have reached Venice Marina.
APPROXIMATE TRAVEL TIMES TO VENICE LOUISIANA. (Always account for local traffic)
New Orleans (Downtown) to Venice Marina 1 hr 35 min
New Orleans Int Airport to Venice Marina - 1 hr 45 min
Baton Rouge to Venice Marina - 2 hr 45 min
WHY VENICE LOUISIANA WAS NICKNAMED
"THE END OF THE WORLD."
It is 130 km south of New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi River at 29°16?37?N 89°21?17?W / 29.27694°N 89.35472°W / 29.27694; -89.35472. It is the last community down the Mississippi accessible by automobile, and is the southern terminus of the Great River Road. This has earned the town the nickname, "The end of the world."
WE ALWAYS RECOMEND OUR CLIENTS PLUG IN THE ADDRESS OF VENICE MARINA INTO THEIR GPS, GOOGLE MAPS OR MAPQUEST TO ACCOUNT FOR LOCAL TRAFFIC DELAYS TO MAKE SURE YOU ARRIVE ON TIME FOR YOUR FISHING CHARTER IN THE "REDFISH CAPITAL OF THE WORLD."
New Orleans Tourist info.
So many of our clients stop in New Orleans while on their trip to Venice. Here are a few destinations you might want to check out. New Orleans is best known for its vibrant nightlife, tasty cuisine and rich culture. But the Big Easy has much more to offer than just those attractions. New Orleans an inspiring mixture of foreign influences created a melting pot of culture that is still celebrated today. New Orleans cuisine is incredible, it is a part of who we are and what defines the city's culture. Discover New Orleans' world-famous restaurants, chefs & cuisines as you explore the Big Easy. Tourists can explore a variety of historical sites in the city, including the French Quarter, the River Walk along the Mississippi River, Historic Hotels and Jackson Square. There are also several popular museums, such as The National WWII Museum, The New Orleans Museum of Art, Louisiana Childrens Museum and The Audubon Butterfly Garden and Insectarium. With so much to see and do in New Orleans, no trip would be complete without exploring all that this vibrant city on the Mississippi River has to offer. Don't forget to take a ride in a historic New Orleans Streetcar. No matter what your interests may be, New Orleans has something for everyone to enjoy. New Orleans also offers historically rich hotels in the historic French Quarter that are unique to the city. Creole cottages and townhouses, notable for their large courtyards and intricate iron balconies, line the streets of the French Quarter Come experience the city's unique culture and community, delicious food, and unforgettable sights for yourself. Summer brings the French Market Creole Tomato Festival held in the heart of the French Quarter. Immerse yourself and your kids in the flavors, sounds, and culture of New Orleans this summer Mardi Gras Season has parades in both uptown New Orleans and Downtown New Orleans. We always recommend you just stay in Venice and fish a few more days on your visit however if you really want to experience Nola (New Orleans Louisiana) we wanted to give you a head start to figure out sites to experience in the city. If you like rich history, then New Orleans is a must-see destination. From the Big Easy to the "The Redfish Capital of the World" and "Tuna Town." When you leave New Orleans just head south following the Mississippi River until the road ends. Then you will have arrived in Venice Louisiana. Now it's time to Fish with pros and enjoy some of the best fishing anywhere in the world with Blue Line Charter Service.