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Las Vegas Travel Guide

Imagine being in a city walking around at three in the morning, dazzling lights from every angle, music playing, people from all walks of life buzzing around, super casinos enticing you to play a game on one of the numerous tables and machines, drinks on tap, weddings taking place, restaurants serving breakfast late at night or dinner in the afternoon, breathtaking shows from International acts, partying in ancient Rome and wake up in Egypt, then there’s only one place you can possibly be on the planet, Las Vegas, Sin city.

Geography of Las Vegas

Las Vegas lies in the desert and is the largest city in Nevada. It is enclosed by Baron Hills and vast resort hotels cover the celebrated “Strip,” with their glittering lights and fountains. The desert oasis that holds loads of history has blossomed with the edifice of the adjacent Hoover Dam or you wander off the Strip and into the Fremont Street Experience in the old downtown, this is an ultimate destination to have the time of your life

Things to do in Las Vegas

  • 1The Strip
  • 2Fremont Street Experience
  • 3Helicopter Ride over Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon
  • 4Put on your best poker face and try your hand at one of the Casino's
  • 5Get married at one of the chapels
  • 6Las Vegas Motor Speedway
  • 7Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium
  • 8Bellagio Resort and Fountain Show
  • 9Catch one of the many International shows on offer each night

Do not miss the following sights

  • 1Venetian Hotel and Gondola Rides
  • 2Caesar's Palace and the Colosseum
  • 3New York-New York Hotel
  • 4High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq
  • 5Dare to take a ride on a Roller coaster from the top of Stratosphere Tower
  • 6MGM Grand Hotel and CSI: The Experience
  • 7Vegas Indoor Skydiving
  • 8Madame Tussaud's
  • 9Excalibur Hotel

Shopping in Las Vegas

This city is the home to some of the most amazing shops in the world. Vegas is a hub for factory outlet malls and many loftier casinos contain high-end shopping areas with designer stores. There are a handful of shopping malls that are not associated with casinos too. Though the list could go on forever, some of the recognized centers are Crystals at City Center, the Forum Shops at Caesars, and The Grand Canal Shoppes at The Venetian/The Palazzo. Las Vegas is the ultimate shopping destination for all.

The dining tradition of Las Vegas

This party in-progress city has some of the best dining and drinking experiences around. With celebrity chefs and front-line menus Vegas satisfies every taste and craving. Casinos customarily offer a range of dining choices from buffet to modest cafes to epicure restaurants. Centre of some of the hottest restaurants in the world that offer flying wine angels and foie gras lollipops, Vegas has it all.

City of culture

Las Vegas has a traditional face, too. There is a great selection of fine art galleries and wax museums. Vegas is also a massive museum town and home to Neon Museum, a stunning mound of old-fashioned signage, from huge casinos like the Stardust and Moulin Rouge to wayside motel dice or the amused shirt advertising a dry cleaner. While the Mob Museum encompasses Kefauver's courtroom as well as the bullet-riddled brick wall from the St. Valentine's Day Massacre. The National Atomic Testing Museum holds science and missiles while at the Pinball Hall of Fame, there are hundreds of games to play.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Las Vegas is whenever you have the most money to lose. it is a great place to visit all-year-round as the weather is hot all the time. Cooler winter weather has lesser crowd and is great for sightseeing, skiing and snowboarding whilst summers are really hot and many of the hotels with swimming pools are busy hosting pool parties.

Las Vegas Transportation

Renting a car is usually inexpensive in Las Vegas except for those luxury cars. Free self-parking and valet services are accessible nearly everywhere. Taxis are also available in plenty. Walking is great too and you can use elevated sky bridges across busy intersections in the Strip or opt for the modern monorail and free trams or board public buses.

Las Vegas has an arid climate with bright, and really hot summers. Whilst July is the hottest month, December is the coldest. Snowfall is unusual in the metropolitan zone but the mountains adjacent to the valley are crowned with snow during the winter. Spring and fall are pleasant and summer monsoons bring rainfall during late July to early September.

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