Holiday & Travel Guide For Las Vegas, America

Sightseeing
The bright lights of Las Vegas, the loudest and craziest most popular city in Nevada. Tie the knot in Vegas in one of the many chapels, or gamble your money away until your heart’s content along the gambling strip. Experience Freemont Street with nightly shows for all the family to see, visit the neon museum, which hosts the oldest neon hotel signs.

A must for all who visit Vegas is a trip to the famous Grand Canyon and the fabulous Hoover Dam. If you have the budget you must take the tour in a helicopter, the views are fabulous, but if not, there are plenty of tour operators offering trips by coach or train. Take the family over the rough terrain of the Nevada desert in a off road vehicle. Hop on and off the Double Decker bus that are ideal for family tours around Vegas or take the children to see many of the comedy and magic shows. There is so much to do and see you will never want to go to sleep. You can relax through the day at one of the seven public swimming pools while the children play. Have a day at the racing track or visit many of the extraordinary exhibitions. Have a round of golf on one of over 20 feature courses in Vegas. If you fancy something different try the white water rafting. Tour the Valley of Fire, be amazed at the colours of the rock formation, along the cliffs you will also see early sketches by Native Americans, this prehistoric scenery has plenty of photo opportunities.

Eating
Whatever your budget Vegas offers some of the best restaurants in the world, from fine cuisine dining for those wanting specialty foods to family restaurants for those on a budget. There is something to suit everyone taste and pocket, Asian, American, Chinese, French, Japanese and plenty of burger and steakhouses. Or you could experience one of the popular themed cafes, rainforest cafe, Harley Davidson cafe, house of blues and planet Hollywood just to mention a few.

Shopping
There is so many places to shop on or off the Vegas strip, from antiques, ethnic stores or shops for the weird and wacky. You need plenty of time to visit the malls, there is something for everyone, while shopping watch one of the many fashion shows modelling clothing from the boutique stores. Shop until you drop.

NightlifeNight life is Vegas! There is so much to do and see, the strip at night is a fabulous sight millions of coloured lights decorating the hotels, clubs and casinos, late night chapels. Or take in one of the many shows from topless to cabaret, gamble the night away at one of the many casinos. If you like to dance there are dozens of nightclubs in and around the strip, also plenty of bars to keep you going all through the night, Vegas, never sleeps and neither will you.
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