Travel to Las Vegas

Las Vegas Travel & Package

It's not called Sin City for nothing. If you're wondering what to do during your next trip to Las Vegas or if you are questioning whether you have made the right choice by opting for a holiday in Vegas, you will be anything but disappointed, as the city of all vices awaits to offer you a memorable vacation. And don't worry; what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas! Here's everything you need to know to have a trip to Vegas that will be etched in your memory for a long time.

A City Unlike Any Other 

Among the things that distinguish the city of Las Vegas from traditional holiday destinations in the sun, we first need to mention its geographic location. Indeed, the city of Vegas is in the Mojave Desert, Nevada, the driest of the four American deserts. Specifically, the city is at the heart of a valley that is nestled on the borders of the states of California, Arizona, and Utah, which gives it a very special topography and climate.

Indeed, one of the first things that strikes you during a trip to Las Vegas is unquestionably the sight of its amazing landscape composed of sand dunes, cacti, and mountains, and the feeling of intense heat resulting from its dry climate and hot air. 

A Hot, Dry Climate 

If you like the sun, you will be pampered in Las Vegas because it is one of the sunniest cities in the world. While summers are long, hot, and very dry, winters are shorter and cooler and sometimes the temperatures can take a dive, particularly in January and February, the colder months.

You guessed it – the best time to take a trip to Las Vegas is during the warm season, from April to November.

An Exclusive Hotel Offer

In terms of hotels, you are not going to be short of places to stay on your next vacation to Vegas, since there are hotel complexes of various sizes to suit all tastes, although mostly targeting more wealthy travellers.

The famous Strip, the main artery of the city, has dozens of colourful hotels, all of which are known for their spectacular architecture and design. Vegas alone has 20 of the 27 most imposing and prestigious hotels in all the United States.

Las Vegas' world-famous hotels are among the top tourist attractions to visit, especially the Mandala Bay complex, renowned for its spectacular wave pool and beach custom-built blond sand; Bellagio, home of the Cirque du Soleil shows; and the luxurious Wynn, considered one of the finest hotels in the world. They often appear as ambassadors for the city on postcards. 

Caesar's Palace, where Celine Dion and many other international artists perform, MGM Grand Las Vegas, the third largest hotel in the world, and Planet Hollywood, where singer Elvis Presley was married in 1969, are among the great places to stay, eat, or drink during your next Las Vegas vacation.

The World Capital of Gambling

Besides hotels, Las Vegas is the world capital of gambling for the good reason that there are casinos everywhere, in all the hotels and all the street corners. If you are a gaming enthusiast, you will love Las Vegas, since you can play in casinos any time of day or night. It can sometimes be hard to stop, especially since, as long as you play, you are treated to all the free drinks you want!

The World Capital of Gastronomy 

Besides casinos and luxury hotels, people go to Vegas to appreciate the gourmet dishes, all delicious and concocted by some of the biggest names in the world of gastronomy, such as the French chefs Joel Robuchon and Alain Ducasse, who are among the celebrity chefs hired by the destination to serve visitors. Capital of gastronomy and delicacies, Las Vegas has all the flavours and cuisines that the world has to offer to please every palate.

Fine dining with majestic candy stores, including giant sculptures in pastry, everything is done in Las Vegas to please both the eyes and the mouths of tourists from around the world.

A Shopping Paradise

As if that wasn't enough, Las Vegas is also a shopper's paradise with its many shops and shopping centres along the Strip and in hotels.

Including some of the world's leading fashion brands, such as Gucci, Prada, Chanel, and Sephora, these indoor and outdoor boutiques are extravagantly decorated and brightly illuminated, so that they have the atmosphere to make the world's most accomplished shopaholics salivate. Everything is done to set your credit card ablaze in Las Vegas, where everything is hard to resist!

Extreme Activities

Entertainment enthusiasts and thrill seekers will have lots to do in Vegas, especially thanks to the Stratosphere Hotel, which offers extreme rides and the highest observation tower in the United States, allowing visitors to enjoy an absolutely breathtaking view of the Las Vegas city lights. A must for all the family.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The best time to visit Las Vegas depends on your weather preferences. Spring (March to May) and fall (September to November) offer pleasant weather and lower hotel rates.
Las Vegas is famous for its world-class casinos like Bellagio, Caesars Palace, The Venetian, as well as its top-notch shows, gourmet restaurants, and lively atmosphere on the Strip.
You can get tickets for Las Vegas shows by booking them online in advance, purchasing them directly at theater box offices, or using concierge services at your hotel.
Las Vegas is renowned for its lavish buffets. Some of the best include Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Wicked Spoon at The Cosmopolitan, and the Buffet of Buffets pass, which allows you to visit multiple buffets with one package.
Yes, there are many excursions that allow you to visit the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas. You can choose from bus tours, helicopter tours, or even airplane tours.
Yes, Las Vegas offers family-friendly activities, including the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay, the Adventuredome theme park at Circus Circus, and the Cirque du Soleil show "Michael Jackson ONE" at Mandalay Bay.
To gamble in Las Vegas casinos, you must be of legal gambling age, which is 21. Make sure to have a valid ID.
You can get around Las Vegas by taxi, Uber/Lyft, tram, RTC (Regional Transportation Commission) bus, or even on foot on the Strip if you're staying in that area.
While Las Vegas is generally casual in terms of attire, some casinos may have specific dress codes. Avoid flip-flops, swimwear, and overly casual outfits in upscale casinos.
Yes, Las Vegas also offers attractions beyond the casinos, such as the High Roller (the world's largest observation wheel), the Discovery Children's Museum, and the Neon Museum.
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