Las Vegas continues to be one of the most visited cities in the United States. In 2016 alone, Southern Nevada had more than 42 million people visit the area. Las Vegas has shed its “Sin City” label. It is now a destination for individuals, couples, and families looking for fun.
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The Grand Canyon is on a traveller’s doorstep when visiting Las Vegas. For a unique adventure, tourists can book a helicopter tour of the enormous American landmark. Sightseers can also take a helicopter ride to the Hoover Dam. It is the second largest dam in the U.S. Travellers can spend a full day exploring the two landmarks with some tours providing lunch and other adventures.
No trip to Las Vegas is complete without experiencing the famous Strip. Las Vegas Boulevard stretches for 2.5 miles and is a spectacle of bright lights, fountains, and other attractions. Although Las Vegas’ initial reputation was one of excess and gambling, The Strip caters to all types of travellers.
While exploring The Strip, visitors should also venture to Fremont Street. Located in the old downtown area of Las Vegas. The area is covered with an LED lights canopy. Visitors will be able to see a new light and music show each night when walking through the area.
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Each hotel and casino on The Strip has its own unique show or attraction. Travellers can see the amazing erupting volcano at the Mirage, the Bellagio Resort’s fountains, or the Paris Hotel and Eiffel Tower. The hotels’ attractions cost nothing to marvel at during a day out in Las Vegas.
Las Vegas is a magical city where practically anything is possible. Tourists can find more activities to do than there are hours in the day. There is little chance of boredom in the American desert city. Good planning is paramount to a holiday in Las Vegas as there is so much to do. Travellers can find something for everyone in the “City of Lights”.