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The largest city in Nevada, Las Vegas lies in the desert, surrounded by baron hills. The huge resort hotels lining the famous "Strip," with their sparkling lights, fountains, and recreated glamorous sites from cities around the world, offer a fun and exciting retreat from the desert landscape. Las Vegas is a great place to visit year-round; its cooler winter temperatures are pleasant for sightseeing, and in summer, when the temperature can rise above 104 degrees Fahrenheit (40’ celcius), the hotel pools become an important part of the daytime activities.

  1. The Strip - The 2.5-mile-long central section of Las Vegas Boulevard, which runs through the city from northeast to southwest, known as The Strip, is lined with huge entertainment palaces, many built with a defining theme and home to performance venues, luxury hotel rooms, and fine dining. The Strip is particularly impressive at night, when the city is illuminated by an endless succession of glittering neon signs.
  1. Fremont Street Experience - a pedestrian only area with all kinds of unique sites. A four-block section of Fremont Street has been covered over with a canopy of LED lights, which light up the sky in a ray of different colors as you walk below. Known as the Fremont Street Experience, each night a fantastic music and visual show takes place overhead. Street performers and special entertainment acts often perform outdoors in this area. The Fremont Street Experience is in downtown Las Vegas, a few kilometers from the new hotel groupings such as Treasure Island and Caesar's Palace. It is best to take a taxi to reach this area.
  1. Venetian Hotel and Gondola Rides - The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas is located on "The Strip”. It is one of the city's finest resorts and has many interesting tourist attractions. Visitors can walk through the themed shopping arcade built to resemble the city of Venice, complete with blue skies, canals, and gondoliers. The hotel also features recreations of the main attractions found in Venice such as the Rialto Bridge and the Bridge of Sighs, along with many others.
  1. Paris Hotel and the Eiffel Tower - The Paris Hotel on the Strip is one of the most easily recognized resorts in Las Vegas. Out front is a scale model of the Eiffel Tower, and down the way is a recreation of the Paris Opera House. Also on the property is a mock hot air balloon festooned with neon and flashing lights. Located in the "Eiffel Tower" is an upper end restaurant with fine views out over.
  1. Mirage Hotel: Erupting Volcano and Secret Garden - The Mirage Hotel is easy to identify while walking along the Strip. In front of the resort is a volcano, which erupts at regular intervals. At night, the glowing red fire shooting out is one of the most unique sites visible from the sidewalk. Inside the Mirage is the Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat. Here, visitors can see a wide variety of exotic animals in their natural environment including white lions. The Dolphin Habitat contains a large number of trained dolphins in its 2.5-million-gallon pools.
  1. Bellagio Resort and Fountain Show - The Bellagio Resort in Las Vegas is considered the city's finest resort and one of the few AAA 5-star-rated hotels. This massive hotel complex has a wide variety of attractions including an Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens, Spa and Salon, coupled with some of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas. Beyond the lobby is a showroom area with changing themes that range from spring botanical displays to fascinating shows of art. The most impressive and famous feature is the fountain show. In front of the Bellagio, along the strip, the dancing fountains perform a beautiful display of water set to music.
  1. New York-New York Hotel - The New York-New York Hotel in Las Vegas is across the street from both the MGM Grand Hotel and the Excalibur Resort Hotel. Visually stunning, the hotel is designed to appear like New York's skyline, complete with the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. A huge roller coaster circles in and around the hotel.
  1. Caesar's Palace and The Colosseum - Caesar's Palace is a massive complex in the middle of the Strip, complete with every imaginable entertainment option. The hotel is closely associated with shows held in its huge concert venue known as "The Colosseum." Top performers (which have included Celine Dione and Elton John) perform here for extended periods and shows are often booked out well in advance. Visitors planning a trip and hoping to see a performance here will want to check out dates and ticket availability as early as possible.
  1. Luxor Hotel - The Luxor Hotel designed in an ancient Egyptian theme, the hotel is shaped like a pyramid, with a sphinx proudly gazing out over the street. The Luxor, like all the major resorts, offers a wide variety of restaurants and shopping opportunities. One of the standout features of this hotel is the beam of light that projects from the highest point of the pyramid and shoots up into the night sky. It can be seen from throughout Las Vegas.
  1. Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium - Mandalay Bay Resort is at the southwest end of the Strip, near the Luxor hotel. One of the key highlights at this complex is the Shark Reef Aquarium. The massive 1,300,000-gallon tank holds a wide variety of sharks, fish, rays, reptiles, and marine invertebrates. About 100 sharks from 15 different species and more than 2,000 animals in all are on display. The Shark Tunnel is the most impressive feature. A
  1. High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq - The High Roller Ferris wheel is at the far end of the Linq Promenade, just off the strip. This huge Ferris wheel stands 550 feet high and takes thirty minutes for one full rotation, providing outstanding views over the strip and surrounding area from the capsules. Each cabin, as they are called, can hold up to 40 people. Views are particularly outstanding at night with the city lights in full glow.
  1. Stratosphere Tower - The Stratosphere Tower is an unmistakable sight on the Las Vegas skyline. The tower rises up 1,149 feet, and on the rooftop of the tower are a variety of heart pounding thrill rides, including the SkyJump, Big Shot, X Scream, and Insanity. For those looking for a little less drama, there is an indoor and outdoor observation deck with great views over the city. The Stratosphere Tower claims the "tallest freestanding observation tower in the USA."
  1. Helicopter Rides over Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon - For a great aerial view over Las Vegas, or even the Grand Canyon, visitors may want to take a helicopter ride. Las Vegas has a number of companies providing helicopter tours that take visitors over Las Vegas and the Strip, or as far away as the Grand Canyon. This is a great opportunity for anyone with limited time to see not only Vegas, but the surrounding landscape and one of America's most impressive and famous natural attractions.
  1. MGM Grand Hotel and CSI: The Experience - The MGM Grand Hotel has all the amenities visitors would expect to find at a luxury hotel including above average accommodations. One of the hotels popular activities is CSI: The Experience, based on the popular CSI TV series, where participants can test out their detective skills.
  1. Vegas Indoor Skydiving - Vegas Indoor Skydiving offers a truly unique experience. Here, visitors will get to experience what actual skydiving is like, without an airplane or parachute. Qualified instructors escort participants to a vertical wind tunnel where they are suited up in special gear. Once the fan is turned on, anyone can float effortlessly in the air.
  1. Madame Tussaud's–museum where visitors can see their favorite stars preserved forever in wax. In many cases the figures are so lifelike. Figures range from Elvis to Bradley Cooper and Sofia Vergara. The overall focus or theme of Madam Tussaud's is on people who are associated with Las Vegas.
  1. Las Vegas Monorail - this fabulous machine, offers tired travelers smooth and efficient transport around the Las Vegas Strip area. The system consists of seven stations: Sahara, Hilton, Harrah's/Imperial Palace, Flamingo/Caesar's Palace, Bally's & Paris Las Vegas, and MGM Grand. The Mirage and Treasure Island offer a connecting tram.
  1. Las Vegas Motor Speedway - is a 1,200-acre complex of multiple automobile racing tracks just right for the speed-freak fans. The Las Vegas Motor Speedway is home to NASCAR races as well as a number of other racing events. Several speed records have been set at the track. The Speedway features multiple restaurants, and for those wishing to stay overnight, camping is available.
  1. Excalibur Hotel - Decked out in medieval character, the hotel features some wild architecture, complete with turrets.
  1. Las Vegas Natural History Museum -The museum showcases the natural history of planet earth with a focus on Nevada. Exhibits range from dinosaurs to marine life and more. The museum also hosts traveling national and international exhibits.
  1. Worthy of a splurge - If you hit the jackpot; JoëlRobuchon at the Mansion, 3799 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 89101. (Michelin-Three-Star French restaurant in the MGM Grand.) The 16-course menu has a hefty price tag, but you can also opt for a prix fixe menu.
  2. Buffet at the Bellagio (3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 89101). Meat-lovers rejoice at the oh-so-rare prime rib served even at breakfast. Seafood-lovers will marvel at the array of finfish, crustaceans and cephalopods.
  3. Charlie Palmer's Aureole (3950 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 89119) food is a big draw, order from a wine list featuring a dizzying 60,000 bottles.
  4. Hearty breakfast atHash House A Go Go (6800 W. Sahara Ave. 89146).
  5. Chocolate factory tour, (2 Cactus Garden Drive, Henderson 89104). After a self-guided tour, visitors are rewarded with free samples of chocolate.
  6. Bouchon Bakery,(3355 Las Vegas Blvd. S. 89109) A real "slice" of France comes in a cheerful green-and-brown polka-dotted box from Bouchon Bakery, French baguettes and macaroons tucked in the foyer of the Venetian.
  7. NASCAR Café (2000 Las Vegas Blvd S., 89104) famous for its six-pound burrito and the half a pound of bacon it piles on its BLT.
  8. Four Queens Hotel downtown (202 Fremont St. 89101) where shrimp cocktails garnished with a slice of lemon go for only 99 cents.
  9. NobuMatsuhisa. Nobu Las Vegas, (4455 Paradise Road, 89169)No one does sushi like at the Hard Rock is no exception.
  • Las Vegas Monorail - One is the Las Vegas Monorail. This basic rail system provides service along the portion of Las Vegas Boulevard known as the Strip. Trains run from 7:00 a.m. until 2:00 a.m. Monday-Thursday and until 3:00 a.m. Friday-Sunday. Stations are located at MGM Grand, Bally's, Flamingo, Harrah's, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas Hilton and Sahara. Trains arrive about every five to ten minutes.
  • Bus Service- The RTC bus system provides service along the Strip as well as to Downtown and the surrounding areas of Las Vegas. Two routes currently run along the Strip. The first, called the Deuce, service is offered 24 hours a day and operates between every 12 to 30 minutes, depending on the time of day. Stops are located near virtually every resort on the Strip.
  • Shuttle Services - Finally, several resorts provide regular shuttle service along the Strip, free to all riders. The most extensive is the purple bus that leaves the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino hourly between 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., stopping at various other Strip resorts.


Bellagio Gallery Of Fine Art Museum

Adress: Bellagio Hotel and Casino, 3600 Las Vegas Fwy, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA

Phone: +1 702-693-7871, Website:

Clark County Museum, Adress: 1830 S Boulder Hwy, Henderson, NV 89002, USA

Phone: +1 702-455-7955

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Adress: 900 N Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89101, USA, Phone: +1 702-384-3466


Lost City Museum ,Adress: 721 S Moapa Valley Blvd, Overton, NV 89040, USA

Phone: +1 702-397-2193


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The Strip


Venetian Hotel and Gondola Rides

Adress: The Venetian, 3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109, USA

Phone: +1 702-414-4300, Website:

Paris Hotel and the Eiffel Tower

Adress: 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas


Mirage Hotel: Erupting Volcano and Secret Garden

Adress: 3400 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Website:

Bellagio Resort and Fountain Show

Adress: 3600 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas


New York-New York Hotel, Adress: 3790 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas

Phone: +1 702-740-6969


Caesar's Palace and The Colosseum, Adress: 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas


Luxor Hotel, Adress: 3900 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Phone: +1 702-262-4000


Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium, Adress: 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas


Madame Tussaud's, Adress: 3377 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas


Las Vegas Motor Speedway

Adress: 700 North Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Website:


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