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Things to Do in Las Vegas

Vegas has a certain reputation it’s impossible to deny. Its nickname is even “Sin City.” Still this Nevada desert oasis has lots to offer that doesn’t involve blinking lights or cocktails. In addition to the fun available on the casino floor other things to do in the Las Vegas area include catching an award-winning singer on stage

taking a helicopter tour and spending some cash at world-class shopping venues. Don’t forget about the themed shows in Las Vegas that keep you rapt whether they involve circus performers or magicians. No matter if you’re a foodie interested in the newest celebrity restaurant or a high-roller who wants to stay at a top casino the attractions in Las Vegas simply don’t disappoint.

Areas & Neighborhoods

When people around the world picture Las Vegas the image is as clear as it is universal. The bright bulbs adorning major casinos are what naturally comes to mind. Still despite its fame the main tourist hub of Las Vegas is not the only place worth visiting in the city. There is more than one neighborhood to see after you’ve taken a tour of S. Las Vegas Boulevard.

The Strip — Yes The Strip is by far the most popular neighborhood in Las Vegas. It’s known for its larger-than-life casinos and around-the-clock entertainment. Lavish swimming pools wave pools lazy rivers and other impressive amenities also make their home at the accommodations here.

North Las Vegas — If an off-the-beaten path experience is what you seek head to North Las Vegas where you can hit up the motor speedway and restaurants with a bit of a slower pace.

Downtown Las Vegas — This is where the cool kids used to hang out before The Strip popped up and to this day you can find plenty of nightlife shows and other Las Vegas activities in this part of town. Fremont Street is the largest draw featuring The Fremont Street Experience an entertainment complex.

Things to See in Las Vegas

Believe it or not there are plenty of things to see in Vegas that don’t involve walking until your shoe treads are slim or elbowing your way across a casino floor. For starters you can watch the fountains in front of the Bellagio® dance to music. Or head to the top of the Stratosphere to stand on the tallest freestanding observation tower in the country. Shows in Las Vegas include world-renowned musical acts and elaborate Cirque du Soleil™ performances—just grab your tickets in advance as shows often sell out.

Things to Do & Attractions in Las Vegas

From the nightly Viva Vision light show on Fremont Street to peaceful gondola rides at The Venetian® on S. Las Vegas Boulevard fun things to do in Las Vegas span the gamut of activities and adventures for all types of travelers. Even if you don’t live for the nightlife The Strip has lots of attractions for the whole family. Instead of drinking by the pool spend an air-conditioned day shopping in The Forum Shops at Caesars® or visiting the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay. Of course if you are a night owl there is no shortage of nightclubs to keep you busy until dawn. Many Las Vegas tours let you explore not only city attractions but also regional highlights such as the Hoover Dam.

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Where to stay in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip

Here’s where you’ll find the quintessential Vegas: Lavish casinos, glamorous clubs, hopping piano bars, and those infamous wedding chapels and neon light

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Downtown Las Vegas

Step off the Strip and into the original and authentic heart of Las Vegas, where smoky bars, quirky museums and family-friendly attractions exist side by side. 

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Summerlin

Travellers come to Summerlin for its abundant dining options, and you can see top attractions like Red Rock Casino and Casino at JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort while you're in town.

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Green Valley

The first-class casinos and popular shops are just a few highlights of Green Valley. Make a stop by Green Valley Ranch Casino or Sunset Station Casino while you're exploring the area.

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Sunrise Manor

Travellers to Sunrise Manor praise its first-class casinos. If you've got some more time to explore, be sure to stop by Sam's Town and Boulder Station Casino.

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Vegas Heights

The restaurants and shopping are just a few features travellers like about Vegas Heights. If you want to do some sightseeing nearby, Texas Station Casino and Neon Museum are a few top places to visit.

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