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Las Vegas Guide

What are the top experiences for visitors to Las Vegas?

Explore the Venetian

One of the most beautifully-designed hotels to experience in Las Vegas is the Venetian. This hotel and casino is modelled on the architecture of Venice in Italy. Canals wind through the Venetian, and Italian restaurants and designer shops are dotted throughout the hotel. Visitors with cheap flights to Las Vegas may just feel as though they have stepped out of Sin City and into Venice. Spend some time exploring the canals and walkways of the Venetian, gaze at a recreation of the Sistine Chapel, and watch street performers in St. Mark’s Square.

See a Cirque du Soleil Show

One of the top experiences to have after your flights to Las Vegas is attending a Cirque du Soleil show. This world-famous circus group originated in Montreal, but has become most celebrated for its seven shows in Las Vegas. Each Cirque du Soleil show features breathtaking acrobatics and visual effects. When you book tickets to Las Vegas, look to lock in seats at one of the spectacular performances. Popular shows to see include the aquatic-themed show O; funhouse-inspired Mystère; and Love, which is based on music by The Beatles.

Red Rock Canyon

Las Vegas is notorious for the glitz and glamour along The Strip. But if you are interested in experiencing a different side to the city after your flights to Las Vegas, Nevada, rent a car with Webjet and head to Red Rock Canyon on the city’s outskirts. The sandstone rock of the canyon is a striking red colour, and there is a 20-kilometre (13-mile) scenic drive that weaves its way through the canyon and which you can follow. Along the way, there are many spots where visitors with airfares to Las Vegas can park to enjoy expansive views and stretch their legs on hiking trails. Landmarks to keep an eye open for in Red Rock Canyon include Mount Wilson, Ice Box Canyon, and the Keystone Thrust Fault.

What are the best cafes and restaurants in Las Vegas?

Bardot Brasserie

Bardot Brasserie is located in Las Vegas’ Aria Resort and Casino and serves some of the most authentic French cuisine to be found in the city. The design and atmosphere of Bardot Brasserie will instantly make you feel as though you have stepped inside to the cafes of 1920s Paris. Naturally, the menu is filled with the hallmarks of French cuisine - seared foie gras, escargots, steak frites, and duck a l’orange - and keen gourmands with last-minute flights to Las Vegas can indulge further with smoked ducked, wagyu beef Wellington served tableside, Parisian gnocchi, and sweets such as espresso creme brulee and apple tarte tatin. Bardot Brasserie also provides a separate brunch, happy hour and cocktail menu.


Hatsumi is a trendy spot located in Downtown Las Vegas. The restaurant was inspired by Tokyo hotels from the 1980s. Hatsumi boasts a selection of traditional Japanese dishes, as well as the largest sake menu in Downtown Las Vegas. When you book return flights to Las Vegas, plan a dinner at Hatsumi to try dishes such as eggplant katsu, beef tataki, and miso chicken skewers.


PublicUs is a stylish cafe located on Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas. The goal of the cafe was to create a communal atmosphere that can be found in other cafes around the world. Visitors with cheap flights to Las Vegas can head here for cups of coffee and simple but delicious meals, such as steak and eggs, Belgian waffles, and buttermilk fried chicken with eggs.

What are the best ways to get around Las Vegas?

After arriving on last-minute flights to Las Vegas, you’ll find plenty of transportation options available. The most common mode of transport on the Las Vegas Strip is the monorail. Monorails come every four to eight minutes and make various stops along The Strip. Major monorail stations are located at the MGM Grand, Paris, Caesar’s Palace and the Las Vegas Convention Center. Tickets for the Las Vegas Monorail cost $5 USD (about $7.80 NZD) for a one-way fare or $13 USD (about $20.30 NZD) for a day pass.

If you are venturing away from the Las Vegas Strip, a number of public buses also run in the area. The Downtown Loop bus operates every 20 to 30 minutes and stops at several attractions in Downtown Las Vegas, including Fremont Street and the Mob Museum. Another bus route is The Deuce. This bus operates 24 hours a day and has pick-up points throughout the Strip and Downtown areas. Major stops available on The Deuce include Fremont Street, the Stratosphere, Bellagio, and the Welcome to Las Vegas sign.

Many hotels around Las Vegas also offer free shuttle service to their guests. Once you have booked accommodation and your flights to Las Vegas, Nevada, check if a shuttle service is available to The Strip and McCarran International Airport (LAS).


Which airlines fly to Las Vegas?

Flights from New Zealand to Las Vegas are serviced by Air New Zealand, Hawaiian Airlines, Qantas, Air Tahiti Nui, Fiji Airways and United Airlines.

When is the best time to visit Las Vegas?

The best time to visit Las Vegas is during autumn (September to November) or spring (March to May). At these times of the year, the weather in Las Vegas is warm, yet not too uncomfortable, and crowds are typically smaller in size.