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Las Vegas Introduction

Las Vegas is a glittering oasis in the middle of Nevada's desert. It's famous for its mega-hotels, casinos, concert halls, gourmet restaurants, and other types of entertainment. The presence of these establishments has earned Las Vegas the nickname "The Entertainment Capital of the World." They have also made the city one of the world's most visited destinations. Another nickname Las Vegas bears is "Sin City," brought about by its thriving nightlife and adult-oriented entertainment. This reputation is emphasized in literature, film, and television.

Hotels in Las Vegas

What would Las Vegas be without its mega-hotels and casinos? These luxury hotels in Las Vegas are the lifeblood of the city. These establishments give Las Vegas its distinct character as an enclave of indulgence. But just because Las Vegas is filled to the brim with 5-star hotels doesn't mean you won't find budget-friendly accommodations there. There are a number of discount hotels in Vegas where you can enjoy 4-star comfort without burning your wallet. Also, don't let Vegas' "Sin City" reputation fool you. The city is a family-friendly destination. Most of its hotels provide services suited to families with young kids.

Where to stay

If you want to experience Las Vegas like a true high roller, then you should consider staying on the Las Vegas Strip. The Strip is home to the most famous and most spectacular luxury hotels in Las Vegas. In Downtown Las Vegas near the Fremont Street Experience, you'll find the historic casino hotels that spurred the city's initial development as a major resort city. Staying at these casino hotels will give you a glimpse of what it was like to be a high roller in the city's early days. If you're looking for budget-friendly hotels, you'll find them on the outskirts of Downtown.

Things to see

The Fountains of Bellagio are one of Las Vegas' iconic sights. The waters of these fountains perform free, tightly choreographed light-and-dance shows in the afternoons and evenings. Come to Fremont Street in Downtown Las Vegas in the evenings for the Fremont Street Experience (FSE). FSE is a pedestrian mall with an LED canopy covering 5 blocks of Fremont Street. You can watch nightly light-and-sound shows on the LED canopy. There are also 3 stages where you can occasionally watch live concerts. Madame Tussaud's wax museum on the strip showcases an interactive display of wax figures of many Hollywood and Las Vegas celebrities. If you're into NASCAR racing and other motorsports, you'll want to visit the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, a motorsports racing arena. To learn more about Las Vegas' prehistoric past, head to the Las Vegas Natural History Museum and see its dinosaur and fossil exhibits.

How to get to Las Vegas

Flying is the easiest way to get in and out of Las Vegas from anywhere else. McCarran International Airport, one of the world's busiest airports, is the only commercial airport currently serving the Las Vegas area. Riding Amtrak's Thruway Motorcoach is an alternative way to get to the city. This intercity bus line has stops at McCarran and at Downtown Las Vegas. Major highways, namely Interstate 15, Interstate 515, and US 95, also pass through Las Vegas. They connect the city to other metropolises nearby. The Las Vegas Monorail provides the primary means of getting around the Las Vegas Strip.

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