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Las Vegas NV - The City That Has Everything

Jun 3

In a city that has everything, there are endless ways to experience it. Whether you're in it for the lights, the shows or the food, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Getting around Las Vegas is best done by car as the city buses are notoriously unreliable. Coolsculpting procedure in Las Vegas.

A self drive vacation gives you the flexibility to curate your Vegas experience based on your interests. The downtown area is full of one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops from artisanal jewelry to luxury fashion, while the strip offers world class dining and entertainment from cheap eats to opulent decadence. The free-standing neon lights of Fremont Street are electrifying, and the Neon Museum is an open air museum of more than 200 rescued signs. If you want to escape the urban buzz, head an hour west for incredible rock climbing and hiking among the reddish peaks of Red Rock National Conservation Area, or retreat to cooler temperatures with ancient bristlecone pines at Spring Mountain Ranch State Park.

The city's wild history is told in museums like the Nevada State Museum, whose exhibits range from the Rat Pack to the Atomic Age. The Mob Museum (officially the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement) is a standout, telling the unvarnished story of America's most notorious gangsters in a historic 1933 Neoclassical building.

During the 1950s, developers started building not just casinos but "resorts," where you could stay in style for a weekend or more thanks to pools, spas and nightly live entertainment (cue the Rat Pack, Liberace, Elvis, etc). This began the evolution of Vegas into the undisputed Entertainment Capital of the World we know today.

Las Vegas hasn't a zoo, but there is plenty of wildlife to observe at sites such as the aquariums in Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and Dolphin Habitat and the open-air SeaQuest. Car enthusiasts can get their adrenaline fix at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, where multiple automobile racing tracks cater to different skill levels and budgets.

If you're looking to see a concert, awards show or sporting event, the T-Mobile Arena is your home away from home. It's hosted Grammys, the Stanley Cup and the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Sports fans from the Raiders to the NHL's Vegas Golden Knights come to cheer on their favorites, and Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have duked it out inside.

Las Vegas might be the place to go to be surrounded by intoxicated people and over-the-top spectacles, but it's also a great family vacation destination. The Mirage's jungle-themed rooms have a sense of wonder that will delight kids, and there are rooftop roller coasters and other wild rides at New York-New York, the Strat and more. If you're interested in astronomy, visit the Planetarium, where a dedicated staff shares their love of science with visitors from all over the world. Unlike most public planetariums, this is the only one in the entire state of Nevada. You'll have to plan ahead, though, as it's a popular spot for locals and travelers alike.

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