Las Vegas

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City Overview

In Las Vegas time loses its meaning and tick-tocks. Everybody is atemporal and caught in by the amazing sensorial experiences that awaits in the Sin City. The lights, the sounds and the never-ending flux of people raises your heart’s pulse and your desire to live. That’s the Las Vegas effect on people! Here you will feel more alive than ever and ready to embrace everything the city wants to throw at you. It’s Vegas, baby!

More than casinos and high-end shops

Las Vegas is always associated with its spectacular Strip where world-famous casinos, luxury hotels, celebrity chef restaurants and upscale boutiques are all ready to test your luck and budget limits. However, the city is so much more than this. This is the ultimate touristic destination that brings into one place almost all wonders of the world. Here you can dance your night away in ancient Rome and wake up under the Eiffel Tower. Las Vegas brings the mysteries of Egypt near erupting volcanos, mind-blowing roller coasters and pink Cadillacs. Las Vegas is madness and the world loves it!

It’s all about having the time of your life

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas and for good reasons, we might add! After all who would believe you if you were to say that you enjoyed a gondola ride on the waterways of Venice, talked to about a dozens of Elvises, and then enjoyed a mind-blowing roller coaster ride, such as Canyon Blaster and Desperado. If you really want to defy nature’s laws, don’t miss the X Scream, atop Stratosphere Tower. This will definitely be one of the most unbelievable things you will ever do in your life! And these are just a few of the “amusement park”-like functions Las Vegas has in store (or in hotels) for its visitors.

From adrenaline rush to intriguing museums

Museums and art galleries might be the last thing you expect to encounter in the Sin City, but they are present in a significant number. Don’t expect to find museums of history though. It’s obvious that the museums of Las Vegas are just like the city – intriguing, shocking, amazing. With names such as Neon Museum, Mob Museum, Erotic Heritage Museum and Burlesque Hall of Fame, these are some of the most interesting museums you will ever visit. Contemporary art is applauded in Las Vegas too, and you can find many beautiful examples in the Las Vegas Art Museum.

Some things are free in Las Vegas

It’s true that many had lost a fortune in casinos and spent even more in the high-end stores or penthouse suites, but you can have fun for less in Las Vegas. After all, best things in life are free. Add to the ones you already know, attractions such as The Aquarium at The Silverton, Bellagio Conservatory, Ethel M Chocolate Factory, Fountains at Bellagio, Hershey’s Chocolate World and even Marjorie Barrick Museum.

Fascinating and unknown local culture

From indie shops and cocktail bars, the local culture experiences its own Renaissance era and reinvents its personality. Tourists will have a chance to explore the city’s beginnings, especially if they head downtown. While in 1930s it was just a gambling destination in the middle of Nevada Desert, today Las Vegas is a honeymoon destination, a spa retreat, a luxury escape, a wedding venue, a giant amusement park and much more.

The land of celebrity-chef restaurants

No one goes hungry in Las Vegas! The restaurants abound in such a variety of cuisines and specialties that it’s impossible not to find what you crave for or new dishes that you will absolutely fall in love with. Chefs like Wolfgang Puck, Emeril Lagasse and Michael Mina are legends here, but the market has made room for new chefs too, such as Pierre Gagnaire and Guy Savoy. The dining scene in Las Vegas is unstoppable, so keeping a diet while visiting this place will be almost impossible. More and more eateries, chain restaurants and local dining place continue to invade the streets of Las Vegas. Casino-resort dining is also a must here – from Ceaesar’s and MGM Grand to Planet Hollywood and Monte Carlo.

Resort hospitality under legendary names

Hotels in Las Vegas is absolutely dazzling. The Strip is under the domination of major resorts, most of them inviting guests in a world of opulence with a touch of absolute decadence. Luring guests in with luxurious rooms, over the top amenities, breathtaking views invaded by neon lights and cocktail programs, resorts like Encore Beach Club and Cosmopolitan Las Vegas are the newest additions to the posh accommodation scene in Las Vegas. However, the legendary hotels, such as Bellagio, The Mirage, Wynn Las Vegas, The Venetian, Four Seasons Las Vegas and Mandalay Bay are still in trends and packed with tourists.

Shopping in Las Vegas – as popular as gambling

Las Vegas is such a popular shopping destination that the grounds of Forum Shops at Caesars are the most valuable retail estate in the USA. Basically, people shop in Las Vegas as much as they gamble. Las Vegas can easily compete with metropolis like New York City, London and Paris when it comes to high end stores and variety of fashion brands. Many Strip hotels house stores that sell everything from clothing and jewelry to swimsuits and flip flops. Beyond the Strip, vintage stores, shopping centers, supermarkets and outlet stores await with an impressive variety of merchandise for more affordable prices.


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