Las Vegas Things To Do
The City of Las Vegas, often known simply as Vegas, is the 28th-most populated city in the United States and the most populated city in the state of Nevada.
With amazing buildings, shows and other forms of entertainment, Las Vegas is truly a place with something for everyone.
People who visit Las Vegas, also known as Vegas, have many choices on how to spend their time. For those who are coming on vacation to escape stressful situations at home, there are a variety of spas in which they can relax while being pampered.
What are the top attractions to visit in Las Vegas?
Most people automatically think casinos when they think of Las Vegas, but there are lots of things to do that will keep you out of the casinos and keep your money in your pocket!
Exotic pools can be found at most of the hotels. Vegas offers a wide variety of eating options as well as the opportunity to enjoy a wide assortment of shows and concerts as well as other forms of entertainment.
Las Vegas Strip
The Las Vegas Strip is known for the amazing architecture of the Vegas hotels that line it. People who visit Vegas will often walk down The Strip in order to view the many and varied hotels that line the road. The pyramid structure of the Luxor Hotel sits behind a sphinx.
Turrets line the skyline as visitors examine Excalibur Hotel. Mandalay Bay Hotel offers a Shark Reef for visitors to enjoy. A roller coaster in New York New York hotel can give visitors a thrill as they explore the Vegas Strip.
There is always something to see when a person walks down the Vegas Strip.
The Bellagio Conservatory provides a haven from the continuous activity that happens on the Las Vegas Strip. Open 24 hours a day, this conservatory is located off of the lobby of the Bellagio Hotel. The conservatory holds thousands of shrubs, flowers and other plant life which are changed seasonally.
Events such as Christmas and the Chinese New Year get special attention in this conservatory.
Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel
Eating in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant allows tourists to enjoy a view of the Las Vegas Strip while dining on fine French cuisine. The Paris hotel is host to a replica of this French icon. An observation desk in the Eiffel Tower Restaurant allows for photo-taking prospects for those who choose to go up.
Venetian Hotel Gondola Ride
Visitors to Las Vegas can enjoy a gondola ride in the canals of the Venetian Hotel. Gondoliers serenade the passengers of their gondolas as they pass cafes and shops and glide under bridges. Guests can choose between and indoor and outdoor gondola ride.
Caesars Palace Fountain Show
Those who want to see the “Fall of Atlantis” fountain show in Caesars Palace will find it next to the Cheesecake Factory in the Hotel. Statues in this story tell the story of King Atlas and the fall of Atlantis. The special effects of this show allows audiences a unique experience they will not forget.
Those who visit Vegas should take time to enjoy all that there to be offered. Las Vegas is truly a one of a kind city with something for everyone.
Las Vegas has so many entertainment, dining, shopping, nightlife, golf and spa options, it can be tough to choose which experiences are perfect for your trip.
The history of Las Vegas is fascinating. From its earliest days as a Native American oasis, to the Wild West, to today’s glittering global tourism mecca, Las Vegas has seen and done it all.
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you’ll visit again real soon . . . . Janice B