According to growtheology, Las Vegas is an oasis in the desert where (almost) everything is allowed, located in the state of Nevada. During your Las Vegas holiday you will see the largest hotels in the world and you can eat at the best star restaurants in the world. Las Vegas also hosts the biggest shows in the world: from Cirque du Soleil to David Copperfield. All the greats of the world have performed here. A vacation in Las Vegas is also a vacation to relax. During the day, enjoy the spa or pool at your hotel and do some shopping. In the evening you can eat well and enjoy the nightlife of Las Vegas. You can also combine your Las Vegas holiday with a Las Vegas city trip, Fly Drive Las Vegas, Vegas Lights & National Parks car tour or view an overview of all tours through Western America.
Vacation Las Vegas Sightseeing
A Las Vegas vacation is more than just bright neon lights and bustling casinos on the Strip. There is also a lot to see at the hotels. You can even relax at beautiful natural parks during your Las Vegas vacation.
Las Vegas Strip
The Las Vegas Strip is a 4.2-mile (6.8 km) stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas lined with many well-known casinos and hotels. 15 of the largest 25 hotels in the world are located in Las Vegas. For example, during your Las Vegas holiday you can visit the Venetian Hotel, where you can sail in a real gondola in the lobby. Or visit Caesar’s Palace, where the palace of Julius Caesar was built in the form of a hotel. Nothing is too crazy in Las Vegas!
Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street is the old part of Las Vegas: Downtown Las Vegas. Here are the old hotels such as the Four Queens Hotel. There is also an indoor shopping center here and there are often beautiful light shows here in the evening.
In itself, almost every hotel in Las Vegas is worth describing. The Bellagio is one of the most expensive hotels and has 3950 rooms spread over two towers. The Bellagio is best known for the “Fountains of Bellagio”: the musical fountains in the lake in front of the hotel. It was also the first hotel to receive an AAA Five Diamond Award more than ten consecutive times.
The MGM Grand is another mega-hotel not to be missed on your Las Vegas vacation. The hotel is the fourth largest hotel in the world and the largest hotel in the United States. The hotel consists of a thirty-storey cross, with the wing on the Strip side being longer and decreasing in height at an angle. There are five different swimming pools and a number of rivers and waterfalls on the grounds. In addition to nearly 7,000 rooms, the hotel also contains the largest casino in Clark County and several bars, nightclubs and restaurants.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is just a stone’s throw from bustling Las Vegas. Since this beautiful canyon, with beautiful red rocks and high cliffs, is only half an hour from Las Vegas, you can easily visit Red Rock during your vacation in Las Vegas. If you choose to book a fly drive Las Vegas, you can combine this ideally.
Hoover Dam and Lake Mead
You can rent a car and visit the Hoover Dam. Hoover Dam was built between 1931 and 1936. Hoover Dam today generates power for the states of Nevada, Arizona, and California. It is a gigantic structure and well worth a visit during your vacation in Las Vegas. In the afternoon you can relax on Lake Mead and float on the lake with a boat.
Valley of Fire State Park
Valley of Fire is a popular state park located about 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas. This park is known, among other things, for the Mars scenes from the original version of Totall Recall (1990), with Arnold Schwarzenegger, which were filmed here. Valley of Fire is mainly known for its bright red colored rock formations, which are especially beautiful in the morning and evening.