Category: Las Vegas Tourist Attractions You Simply Must Experience

Las Vegas Tourist Attractions – Las Vegas is one of the most revisited destinations in the world, and it’s no surprise. From the Strip to Downtown and Fremont Street to the surrounding area, there are tours and trips and packages for everyone’s preferences and pocket

Vegas Great Attractions

Venetian Hotel Las Vegas – Experience Venice in Nevada

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Venetian Hotel Las Vegas, is one of the top attractions on the strip and it features an amazing Venice, Italy themed design. When visiting the hotel, you can imagine for a few seconds that you are actually in Italy… But this is not the point. You definitely are in the city of ALL possibilities :) Venetian

Valley of Fire Desert Bighorn Sheep – Las Vegas Tourist Attraction

It’s not very uncommon to see the Valley of Fire Desert Bighorn Sheep, but still you need a little luck – and we had it Yay!!! :) These animals are similar to their relatives that don’t live in the desert. The difference is that that they can resist without water for a long period of

Slotzilla Zip Line: Flying over Fremont Street Experience

Slotzilla zip line is a thrilling leisure activity in downtown Las Vegas – A little eccentric and a little unusual, but in this city, everything is different and unexpected :) What’s so cool about flying Slotzila zip line Have you ever flown from inside a slot machine? Now you can do it, and not just anywhere, but above the

Las Vegas Iconic Neon Signs

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Las Vegas iconic neon signs nevertheless added to the fame of this electric city. Sparkling on the sky along the strip or downtown, they became part the tourists’ memory throughout the years. Las Vegas iconic neon signs on the strip Nevertheless, the most iconic neon sign of this city of lights is the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas

7 Reasons to Ride the Las Vegas Monorail

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Las Vegas Monorail is an intriguing apparition in the landscape of this Wide-West City, but it’s so useful – almost the best option of transportation in such a busy place. 7 Reasons why you should ride the Las Vegas Monorail, and schedule. First things first: 1.There are several Monorail like trams that run from the major hotel/casinos on the strip and they

El Cortez Hotel Downtown Las Vegas

El Cortez Hotel Downtown Las Vegas is situated on Fremont Street East District. It is right in front of the famous red shoe and the neon dancing lady. – I believe that this sign was the since the beginning of the times. El Cortez Hotel Downtown Las Vegas is the heart of Fremont Street East It’s exciting

Las Vegas Strip: 7 World Wonders in One Place

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Oriented North-South, Las Vegas Strip starts and ends with two Welcome Signs. The first one across from Mc.Carran International Airport, is the famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas which marks the beginning of the strip. The second one is after the Stratosphere tower, before you enter the Downtown which marks the exit from of the Strip. … in between these two

The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is not only about shopping!

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If you haven’t been amazed enough in Las Vegas, go to the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace. It’s insane… it’s out of imagination… it’s a wonder!   The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace is more than a place to buy expensive things I personally haven’t seen so many luxurious beautiful shops in one place… to give you

Nevada State Museum Las Vegas – Going back in time

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Why you should visit the Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas The museum is a very interesting and instructive place to see and a total family friendly attraction. It is a walk in time into the history of Las Vegas and Nevada. You visit two attractions in the same time: Nevada State Museum in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Chinese New Year 2014 of the Horse

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The Las Vegas Chinese New Year 2014 was an event that I had to celebrate in style, also because I’m under the sign of the Horse. This year it fell on January 31, through February 18. Most people in the US and other parts of the world have no clue to what and when the Chinese