What To Do In Las Vegas


Las Vegas is one of the most famous gambling and entertainment cities in the world and has attracted those who want to enjoy life. Whether you’re into gambling or night clubs, or prefer golf outings or sightseeing, you can do it on a grand scale in Vegas.

The Rocky Mountains will welcome your visit to Las Vegas with excitement to traveling to Las Vegas, no matter if it is your first or fifth visit. Looking out the window of your airplane, you’ll see the spectacular Las Vegas valley with its countless number of homes, many of which border right up against the mountains. You’re now only minutes away from an experience of a lifetime!

Before your plane landing, you’ll be able to catch your first glimpse of the famous Las Vegas strip where Las Vegas hotel landmarks built. On the far end of the strip you can’t help but see the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States (the Stratosphere) and on the other end, right across from the airport, is an impressive gold tower of the luxurious Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

After you’ve landed and picked up your luggage, it’s only natural that the first thing you’ll want to do is take a trip through the heart of the city. Whether it’s a car, shuttle or limo, your first drive down the strip will leave an ever lasting impression. You will see a scaled down version of the New York City skyline (including the Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge) on one corner and a sparkling Eiffel tower and a white Venetian style building complete with canal and gondola on the other sides of the strip. These themed hotels are found all along the Las Vegas strip.

Most people go to Las Vegas for entertainment since Las Vegas was originally created as a gambling oasis and being famous as “Entertainment Capitol of the World”. Most big hotels have own casino if you enjoy the slots or playing the tables. If you don’t like gambling, there’s an abundance of other activities that can fill your time. You can take a couple of swings in the championship golf courses in the area, bring your kids to amusement parks in the outskirts of Las Vegas or enjoy a bit of nature in deserts and mountains outside Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is also blessed with natural wonders in its surrounding areas. Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon, Grand Canyon and Death Valley are not very far away. Some of these attractions can also be visited in one day. If you prefer not to drive to these destinations, you can choose from a variety of guided tours that are available. Many of the tour companies will even pick you up from your hotel.

When it comes to food, Las Vegas offers over many buffet restaurants that can satisfy your hefty appetite. If you want to treat yourself to a gourmet meal, you can try one of the many upscale restaurants and clubs such as N9NE (“9”) located inside Palms casino which is famous with Chicago steak.

The night life in Vegas is non-stop that is why Las Vegas is also known as a city that never sleeps and has an extraordinary night life. You can visit one of the over 40 night clubs in town and be treated as a VIP as soon as you walk through the doors. You can dance the night away at Studio 54 in the MGM Grande or enjoy the nightlife at the Bank nightclub inside the Bellagio Casino. While you are in Las Vegas, you surely do not want to miss the prominent Las Vegas shows. One of the most famous shows that may take your interest is Cirque del Soleil at Bellagio Hotel and Casino. Click here to watch a video clip of Cirque del Soleil at Bellagio.

With so many activities you can experience in Las Vegas, it’s impossible to experience all in one time, not mentioning shopping in Las Vegas that is offering a different shopping experience. There’s always something new and exciting happening in Las Vegas because this entertainment city is continuously growing and changing its landscape.

If you never been to Las Vegas, you should try and visit Las Vegas at least once in your lifetime experienced what Las Vegas has to offer. You may want to go back again soon.

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