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Las Vegas Holidays

Nevada, USA
Las Vegas Holidays
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Las Vegas holidays are full of bright lights, glitz and glamour. Unlike any other place in the world, the city of Las Vegas is a modern-day oasis nestled in the heart of the American desert. What began as a watering hole for westward travellers during the country’s youth has grown into an internationally-renowned destination for high-stakes gambling, exquisite dining and enchanting diversions. Las Vegas is celebrated as a quintessential resort city around the world and offers a complete spectrum of gaming, entertainment, food and nightlife getaways for its stream of non-stop eager visitors.

Holidays to Las Vegas is all about neon lights and live entertainment, the city of Las Vegas is a monumental amusement centre crammed with colourful casinos, swish shopping malls, top-name shows and innumerable restaurants. Strolling down the famous Vegas Strip is like taking a world tour, passing the Eiffel Tower, the canals of Venice, New York skyscrapers and Egyptian pyramids along the way. Volcanoes erupt, fountains bedazzle, light shows illuminate the night sky.

During the last century, Las Vegas grew from a dusty railroad settlement into the exuberant and irresistible beacon of indulgence it is today. After receiving a gambling license in the 1930s, the city saw a rapid growth of people as well as investment capital from a diverse and developing entertainment industry. The sparkling signs went up, soaring hotels were raised and the stage was set for a new kind of city built on a foundation of unreserved and audacious entertainment. Ever since, Las Vegas has done everything promised and more — from flaunting big name celebrities, hosting top-dollar sporting events and being home to an endless procession of live shows, a monument of lavish hotels and a sea of mesmerising lights synonymous with the word Vegas.

With the greatest concentration of mega casinos anywhere, it’s no wonder that Sin City is the number one gambling destination in the world. If playing with money isn’t your thing, relax and enjoy live music, dancing and trademark magic shows that make the city so famous and unique. Satisfy your appetite at any one of countless fine dining establishments where celebrity chefs and enthralling performances are just part of the daily menu. But Las Vegas isn’t all lights and dazzle, and even has plenty to offer for nature lovers and anyone looking for a little peace and quiet. The landscape outside of Las Vegas is a treasure trove of stunning canyons, tranquil desert forests and scenic mountain trails, offering the perfect opportunity to take a break from the boundless energy of this spirited and exhilarating destination.

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Top 5 things to do in Las Vegas
  1. Catch a show

    There’s no shortage of entertainment in Las Vegas. The Cirque du Soleil has been part of the city’s entertainment scene for 20 years, and big names such as Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys and Jennifer Lopez have all chosen Las Vegas for a residency show throughout the years.

  2. Win big in a casino

    You can’t visit Las Vegas without dropping a few coppers into a slot machine. Plus, the glamorous casinos are also home to delectable dining, first-class entertainment and mouth-watering cocktails.

  3. Visit an off-beat museum

    Las Vegas is home to numerous museums of a unique disposition. Visit the Mob Museum, the Atomic Testing Museum, the Neon Museum and the Pinball Hall of Fame (home to 150 pinball machines).

  4. Admire the lights…from a rollercoaster

    The tallest building in Nevada, the Stratosphere, boasts its own mini-theme park with four thrill-filled rides: Big Shot, X-Scream, Insanity: the Ride and SkyJump.

  5. Wind down in the surrounding natural landscape

    The Las Vegas Springs Reserve is one of the best places to catch your breath between all those fabulous nights on the strip. Or head slightly further out and visit Mt. Charleston with plentiful hiking options in the summer, and skiing in the winter.

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Currency: US Dollars ($)
Flying time from the UK: 10 1/2 Hours
Primary Language: English
Passport & Visas: Brits must have a full 10-year British Passport that's valid for six months after you return to the UK.
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Our Expert Says

Amazing city with so much to do. Not everything in Vegas revolves around Casino's To me it is like an adults version of Disneyland and you will never run out of things to do. Daytime can be spent by the pool or exploring the hotels along the strip! Evenings the buzz is unreal. Amazing restaurants and plenty of choices whether you are looking for a laid back relaxed atmosphere or full on party.

Selena - Associate Director
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