Las Vegas is world famous for its casinos, shopping, fine dining and entertainment. Vegas is an adult's playground, with gambling in the many casinos a major tourist attraction, as well as its shotgun weddings, which helps Las Vegas live up to its nickname of Sin City.
Travel to Las Vegas and visit the locations where iconic movies were filmed, from Ocean's Eleven and Rain Man to Casino.
Las Vegas Hotel Casinos
Las Vegas' famous hotel casinos compete with each other trying to grab your attention with flashy neon lights.
The Las Vegas Strip
On the Las Vegas Strip, a section of Las Vegas Boulevard, is where you'll find many of the largest hotels and casinos in the world. The most famous Vegas hotel casinos are located on the Las Vegas Strip including the MGM Grand, Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Treasure Island and The Venetian. Try your hand at blackjack and poker or play a few games on the many poker machines, or slot machines as the Americans call them.
Las Vegas Shows
When you fly to Las Vegas, apart from the gambling, seeing a show is another must-do. Shows are on every night in Las Vegas, from music, comedy, theatre and magic, you are guaranteed a great night out. Las Vegas is home to world famous headlining acts and in the past was the backdrop to shows from Celine Dion, Cher and Cirque du Soleil.
Fine Dining in Vegas
Dining in Las Vegas has become incredibly upscale in recent years, with many world renowned chefs opening up restaurants delivering the best in cuisine and wine.
Las Vegas Restaurants
Like its casinos, many of Las Vegas' top restaurants are located within hotels. Start at Wolfgang Puck's Spago at Caesars Palace, the restaurant credited with igniting the culinary boom in Las Vegas. Try some modern French dishes at the Michelin star awarded Alex at the Wynn and L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon at the MGM Grand. Before you leave Las Vegas, make sure you stop by Burger Bar at Mandalay Bay for an upscale twist on the classic burger, with even dessert burgers on the menu!
Las Vegas Shopping
For an extravagant Las Vegas shopping experience, designer stores like Chanel and Hermes located within major hotels on the Las Vegas Strip. A greater mix of designer and high street fashions as well as department stores, you cannot go past the 2 million square foot Fashion Show Mall on the Las Vegas Strip, featuring a runway for fashion shows most days of the week.
Arts & Culture of Vegas
Take a break from the bright lights of Las Vegas Boulevard and head on over to Downtown Las Vegas, also known as the Arts District. Enjoy the work of local artists and musicians on First Friday, a celebration held on the first Friday of every month, or browse through the local stores for vintage pieces and antiques you won't find anywhere else.
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