The Ultimate Guide To Las Vegas
The retreat of light in the heart of the Nevada desert, Las Vegas is a visual spectacle with its own Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Venice, Eiffel Tower, Egyptian pyramids. Las Vegas has a lot to offer: the famous Strip, world-class dining, breathtaking performances, best in class hotels and resorts, roller coasters, spas, nightlife, restaurants, bars, night clubs, and much more.
I know some people despise Las Vegas, often think of it as a place for gamblers and party people. This is a misconception, Las Vegas has something for everyone, for every age group, no matter what you like – food, rides, performances, gardens, exhibitions or aquarium. I have been to Las Vegas for more than 15 times, and I would highly recommend visiting Las Vegas at least once in your life. Every time I visit, I find myself amazed and appreciative of the humanmade marvel amid the desert, the incredible high rise buildings, the architecture, almost everything about Las Vegas is just magical.
The organization of the attractions in Las Vegas is brilliant; every hotel/resort in Las Vegas has a unique attraction. These hotels are strategically placed on both side of the Strip (Las Vegas Boulevard). These hotels/resorts are well interconnected, some within walking distance, some have monorails, and some are internally connected.
The Must See in Las Vegas
The best way to explore the Las Vegas Strip is to start from one end of the strip and visit the resorts/casinos on the way. Almost every casino on the strip is amazing, but it’s impossible to visit and see everything in a day or even a couple of days. So, below, I am going to highlight the must-see in Las Vegas.
Mesmerizing is the only word that can describe Bellagio. Even after visiting several times, I am always amazed by this beautiful resort, the amazing fountains at Bellagio, the conservatory, the amazing O show by Cirque de Soleil, and the excellent buffet.
The massive volcano show at Mirage, every night at 8 PM – 9 PM (10 PM. on Friday and Saturday), it’s a fabulous show – water, light, fire, and music, creates an amazing imitation of a volcanic eruption. Mirage also has a large saltwater aquarium (just behind the check-in counter), a Dolphin habitat, the marvelous “Love” show by Cirque de Soleil, and the world-class Cravings buffet.
Replica of Paris, experience comprehensive Paris in Las Vegas! With its own Arc de Triomphe, a replica of the Louvre, and a reproduction of the famous Eiffel Tower with an observation deck.
Why go to Venice, when you can experience Venice at Las Vegas!, The Venetian replicates the highlights of Venice, including gondola rides along the Grand Canal, Madame Tussauds wax museum, ten pools, nightclubs, several shows and of course many Italian eateries.
New York-New York
You can easily locate the New York-New York casino on the Strip, look for Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and the Brooklyn Bride. It features several New York-style pizzeria, several restaurants, shops, a rollercoaster, and the Zumanity show by Cirque du Soleil.
Experience the glory of Rome, in the heart of Las Vegas! It’s home to the world-famous fountains and Corinthian columns. That’s not all, the Forum Shops, Roman spas and snowfall rooms, restaurants, and a enormous buffet.
Mandalay Bay is known for its human-made beach! A huge wave pool creates a coastal ambiance in the midst of the Nevada desert. Mandalay Bay is also famous for its massive aquarium that houses several sea animals and the famous Michael Jackson ONE show by Cirque du Soleil.
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