Oriented North-South, Las Vegas Strip starts and ends with two Welcome Signs:
… in between these two signs you literally feel like touring the world! :)
Would you believe me if I told you that it is possible to travel around the world and yet stay in the same city? If you don’t, then you should tour the Las Vegas Strip. Here you will jump from the pyramids of Giza all the way to the Eiffel Tower, or from Venice all the way to the Statue of Liberty…
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The Welcome to Las Vegas sign is right nearby Mandalay Bay, the shiny golden building in the shape of a star.
Here inside you can have one of the most awesome aquatic experiences.
Accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, the Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay is unique for the fact that it’s not nearby the ocean, but in the heart of Mojave Desert.
This is one of the largest aquariums in North America and contains many species of marine animals, and features many activities and tourist attractions.
If you happen to be walking the Las Vegas Strip, it’s good to know about the Mandalay Bay free tram which brings you directly to Luxor and Excalibur
Leaving the aquatic environment at Mandalay Bay, you are right in the heart of Egypt touring the pyramids and Great Sphinx of Giza.
Now, I cannot tell which one of the Las Vegas Luxor hotel’s attractions is most amazing, but I can tell that the famous Sky Beam is one of them.
After enjoying the sights and scenes of the antiquity in Egypt, you jump into the Middle Age.The castle look of the Excalibur hotel made me feel that I was dreaming…
I knew about this hotel named after King Arthur’s legend, but seeing it right there on the strip is… quite different (so to say) – You feel suddenly in another world, especially at dusk, when the towers are illuminated.
Not long after touring the Medieval Ages, it’s time to get back to the Big Apple…. and in case you haven’t seen the Statue of Liberty there, here is your chance.
Right across the street from the Statue of Liberty, you cannot miss the famous iconic Metro Golden Mayer lion at the not less famous MGM hotel of Las Vegas.
The New York – New York Hotel and Casino perfectly replicates the Manhattan skyline. It has replicas of the Empire State Building, Brooklyn Bridge, Soldiers and Sailors Monument and even the Statue of Liberty.
Here you can hop into the roller coaster and enjoy a fun ride as you get a different view of the Strip (upside down to be precise). This is btw, one of the most popular things to do in Vegas
But the Strip has so many things to see, you don’t know where to look first – I hope you are not tired already :)
After New York, your next stop will be… Paris!
You really have to go inside and see it and taste it :)!
Inspired by the place with the same name on Lake Como, Italy, Bellagio is another gem of a place to see on Las Vegas Strip.
As grandiose as they are, the dancing water fountains of the Strip are one of the famous Las Vegas free attractions and it perfectly qualifies for the family friendly attractions offered by this hotel packed with surprises. One of them is the Bellagio Gardens and Conservatory which is the host of ongoing changing amazing seasonal displays.
When you see the Trevi Fountain on the Strip next to Bellagio, you have to know that it marks the entrance to the fabulous Caesars Palace Forum shops.
Oh, Las Vegas Strip can be overwhelming right?
Next hit? Well, what about Venice?
The Venetian hotel is a unique and quite unexpected feature of Las Vegas considering that the city is located in the middle of a desert… One of my favorites!
But this list is far from being complete when talking about all the Las Vegas Strip attractions. So how can you see, experience and enjoy them?