Exploring Las Vegas!

There is more to do in Las Vegas in a single day than you can ever do in a lifetime, “Sin City” is bright lights, luxury casinos and gambling. But what if you are not a gambler? Las Vegas is also elaborate hotels, spas, shopping malls, shows and specialty restaurants it has something for everyone.

You can easily keep yourself entertained just wandering the Strip – watch gondoliers on the canals at Venice, walk across the Brooklyn Bridge at New York New York, see the pyramids at the Luxor, visit the indoor botanical gardens at the Bellagio, check out the vintage neon on Fremont Street or pose by the Las Vegas sign.

A must do is to stay on the Strip, each resort has amazing things to see, don’t miss the opportunity to pamper yourself with a restful night’s sleep in one of the luxury hotels in Las Vegas like the Venetian, Palazzo, Cesar Palace, Bellagio, The Cosmopolitan, Monte Carlo, Mandalay Bay, Encore and the Wynn.

There are so many things you can do in Sin City without spending a penny, doesn’t mean you have to gamble all your money away or pay for high-priced shows you can’t afford. There are tons of free things to do in Las Vegas that the entire family will love—like the Circus Circus acts, the Welcome to Las Vegas sign or the Mirage Volcano.

Watch the fountains at Bellagio - Easily the most romantic free thing to do, the Bellagio fountains have more than 1,000 fountains that come together to dance around to music.

Experience Freemont Street Downtown - Fremont Street is where you will find the old school Vegas casinos and is no doubt the coolest thing Vegas has to offer for free off the strip. With shows running every hour starting around dusk, this is the only place where a canopy the length of five football fields will perform a 6 minute light show.

Whether you’re visiting Vegas for business or pleasure, one thing is sure: you can’t leave Sin City without getting a taste of its world-famous nightlife. From buzzing mega-clubs to swanky lounges and ultra-exclusive party venues, there’s nothing you can’t find in this mesmerizing adult playground.

Take a day trip - If you’re a little bored of Vegas and want something a little different, there are a ridiculous number of day trips you can take. Of course, the most famous of them all is the Grand Canyon, but don’t forget others like Death Valley or the Valley of Fire. Or, if you’re feeling really fancy, take a helicopter tour just about anywhere!

Don’t leave Vegas without attending to a show!!!


Have you been to Vegas or are you planning to go? What would you recommend? We would love to hear from you in the comments below.