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Things to do in Las Vegas

Best attractions to visit in Las Vegas

1. Las Vegas Strip - Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is located in the Clark County in Nevada and is spread over 4.2 miles. The strip is known all over the world because it is home to a number of casinos and hotels. It is a known fact that the place has unique architecture and several different kinds of restaurants, hotels, and casinos. The area has 15 out of the world’s 25 largest hotels in the world has a total number of over 62,000 rooms. The Las Vegas Strip has a number of different entertainment venues that you should check out. These include XS Nightclub, T-Mobile Arena, The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, The AXIS, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Mandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas Festival Grounds, Drai’s After Hours, and the Blush Boutique Nightclub. The main attractions of the area are the golf courses and the entertainment facilities and the strip also include some of the best shopping destinations like The Shoppes at The Palazzo, The LINQ, The Forum Shops at Caesars, Showcase Mall, Miracle Mile Shops, Grand Canal Shoppes, Fashion Show Mall, Crystals at City Center, and the Bonanza Gift Shop. As you can see, there are plenty of things to do in Las Vegas Strip.


2. Bellagio - Las Vegas


A casino and luxury hotel located on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, the things to do at the Bellagio are practically countless. The establishment is owned by MGM Resorts International. The place is inspired by the town of Bellagio in Italy that is known for its beautiful architecture and aesthetic charm. The Bellagio hotel tries to replicate the charm with its 8 acre lake that flows between the Strip and the building and has a dancing fountain that goes by the name of the Fountains of Bellagio. What sets the hotel apart is the Fiori di Como that consists of 2,000 glass flowers that cover a total area of 2,000 sq ft. The hotel has 36 floors that rise to a height of 508 feet and has 3,015 rooms. An important part of the structure is the Spa Tower that is south of the main tower and has 33 floors that has 935 rooms and rise to a height of 392 feet. If you are an art lover, make sure you check out the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art that exhibits work from museums and private collectors across the globe and have exhibited work that revolved around the theme of impressionism, American modernism, and classic contemporary.


3. Caesars Palace - Las Vegas

Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace is a hotel that is located in Las Vegas, Nevada between the Mirage and Bellagio. Caesars Palace opened up in 1966 because Jay Sarno wanted to give people a place with a Roman theme. As you enter the building, you will notice statues and columns that revolve around the theme and the best part about it is the 20 foot statue of Julius Caesar near the entrance that simply can’t be ignored. The convention facility of the hotel is spread over 300,000 square feet, whereas the hotel consists of 3,096 rooms, in addition to a number of different restaurants that cater to people from all over the world. The hotel has a number of performances at the main venue that goes by the name of Colosseum and was initially built for a Celine Dion show. The casino has a number of different games such as Spanish 21, roulette, Pai Gow, Pai Gow poker, mini-baccarat, craps, blackjack, and baccarat, and has a 4,500 square foot poker room that operates 24 hours and has a number of different video poker and slot machines – enough things to do at Caesars Palace for a lifetime. The pools at the hotel are inspired by the Roman bath and consist of the Temple, Neptune, Apollo, and Venus pool. Add visiting the place to your list of things to do in North America.


4. Circus-Circus - Las Vegas

Circus Circus

Circus-Circus is a beautiful hotel that is located on the Las Vegas Strip in the Winchester area of Nevada. The history of the place goes back to 1968 when it was opened by Jay Sarno and was designed by Rissman Associates. Circus-Circus offers a number of different amenities that include a wedding chapel that goes by the name of Chapel of the Fountain, Race and Sports Book with 18 screens and 80 seats, three swimming pools, and spacious ballrooms that can easily accommodate 600 people. The place is also home to an amazing amusement park that is known as t Adventuredome and occupies a total space of 5 acres, which is massive to say the least. The unique part about the park is that it is connected to the hotel inside a glass dome and currently has 25 rides that include a rock climbing wall, Canyon Blaster, miniature golf course, roller coaster, and a Canyon Blaster. A visit here should a definite yes in your things to do at Circus Circus. If you are travelling with young children, make sure you catch the clown shows and carnival games as some of them specially cater to the children. Circus-circus is the perfect place to be if you are an adrenaline junkie, so add staying here to your list of things to do in North America.


5. Fremont Street - Las Vegas

Fremont Street

The Freemont Street is located in the Las Vegas Valley in Nevada and was named in honor of the great explorer John Charles Fremont. The street is extremely famous in the region and is home to casinos like The Mint, Pioneer Club, Golden Nugget, Golden Gate Hotel and Casino, Fremont Hotel and Casino, Eldorado Club, and the Binion's Horseshoe. The Fremont Street is one of the liveliest streets in the entire world where there is a constant hustle bustle of people and a number of neon signs that add to the distinct aesthetic appeal of the whole place. The history of the place dates back to 1905, which was when the city of Las Vegas was founded. Make sure that you visit the Fremont East Entertainment District (FEED) that is located in downtown Las Vegas as it is a very famous entertainment district of the region and popular in the list of things to do at Fremont Street. The district currently has six blocks and the casino and the El Cortez hotel are within the premises. Visiting the street is an opportunity that you should not miss out on because the area will leave you dazzled, which is why you should add going there your list of things to do in North America.


6. MGM Grand - Las Vegas

MGM Grand

The MGM Grand Las Vegas is a hotel casino that is located on the strip in Las Vegas, Nevada and is said to be the third largest hotel in the world and the second largest hotel complex of the country, with dozens of exciting things to do. The MGM Grand building has thirty floors that rise to a height of 293 feet and include waterfalls, rivers, and pools that cover a total area of 6.6 acres. MGM Grand also include a garden arena, a convention centre, and Grand Spa that occupy 380,000 sq ft. The place is also home to a number of different restaurants, shops, night clubs, and a casino that occupy a total area of 171,500 sq ft. MGM Grand has been featured in a number of different films like the Great White Hype, Vegas Vacation; Ocean’s Eleven, Casino, The Amazing Race 15, and The Amazing Race 24. The show venues of the place include Wet Republic Ultra Pool, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Kà Theatre, Hollywood Theatre, Hakkasan Restaurant and Nightclub, Brad Garrett's Comedy Club, and the Beacher's Madhouse. Some of the restaurants that you must try include Wolfgang Puck, Shibuya, Pearl, Michael Mina's Pub 1842, Fiamma, and the Craftsteak. Add this place to your list of things to do in North America.


7. Mirage Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas

Mirage Hotel and Casino

The Mirage Hotel and Casino is located on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada and was built by Steve Wynn. The hotel is famous because of the marquee that is erected in front of the hotel, known for being the largest free standing marquee in the world. The Mirage was the most expensive casino and hotel in the history that was constructed at a total cost of 630 million dollars and it is said that the construction by Wynn set new standards for every casino and hotel on the strip of Las Vegas. The place has a number of notable features that include a 53 foot of aquarium, Siegfried & Roy's Dolphin Habitat and Secret Garden, an atrium at the entrance of the hotel that has a number of water features and palm trees, an artificial volcano that erupts on Friday and Saturday at 7pm, 8pm, and 9pm. Other than this, the Mirage Hotel and Casino has a "Revolution Ultra Lounge" that occupies 4,000 square feet and can easily accommodate 400 people. The place also has a topless poolside lounge that goes by the name of Bare, which is obviously quite popular in the things to do at the Mirage Hotel and Casino.


8. Paris Las Vegas - Las Vegas

Paris Las Vegas

The Paris Las Vegas is a casino and hotel on the Las Vegas strip. The place as the name suggests is inspired by Paris and even has a replica of the Eifel Tower that rises to a height of 541 feet. Not only this, the place also include a replica of the La Fontaine des Mers and the Arc de Triomphe, a sign in the shape a net that goes by the name of the Montgolfier balloon, and a 1,200 seat theatre that goes by the name of Le Théâtre des Arts – visits to these are a must in any tourist’s list of things to do at the Paris Las Vegas. The construction of the place ended in 1999 and the total cost of the project that is spread over 24 acres was $760 million. In 2010, the company did a number of improvement projects in order to increase the aesthetic feel of the place and nightclub named Chateau opened up in the same year, whereas the Gordon Ramsey steak was added to the Paris Las Vegas in 2011. In 2016, Beer Park by Budweiser opened up on a 10,000 square foot deck that is the only rooftop grill on the strip. Add this place to your list of things to do in North America.


9. The Venetian - Las Vegas

The Venetian

The Venetian Resort Hotel Casino is located in Las Vegas between the Palazzo and Harrah’s that is situated on the east of the Las Vegas Strip. The place was designed by Kling Stubbins and the structure consists of 36 floors that rise to a height of 475 feet. The Venetian resort complex is one of the biggest complexes in the city with 3,068 suites and 4,049 rooms and a casino that occupies a total area of 120,000 sq feet. The history of the place dates back to 1996, when plans on constructing the largest resort on the strip were announced by Sheldon Adelson. The construction work that cost around $1.5 billion, took place for three years and the place finally opened up in 1999. The inspiration of the design was taken by the structures in Italy that include the Lion of Venice Column, the Column of Saint Theodore, St Mark's Campanile, Piazzetta di San Marco, Piazza San Marco, Palazzo Ducale, and the Rialto Bridge. The Venetian is also home to the Blue Man Theatre, a Paris styled Opera House, and a TAO nightclub that has an infinity edge pool and dance rooms, so make sure that you check it out among the many things to do at the Venetian!


10. Stratosphere Las Vegas - Las Vegas

Stratosphere Las Vegas

Thinking about what to add to your list of things to do in North America? It is recommended that you visit the Stratosphere in Las Vegas that is a hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Boulevard that is north of the Las Vegas strip. You will be easily able to locate the place because of the Stratosphere Tower that rises to a height of 1,149 feet that is the tallest structure in the state of Nevada, and the second tallest tower in the Western hemisphere. The hotel is huge and consists of 24 floors, 2,427 rooms, and has a casino that covers a total area of 80,000 square feet. There are two observation decks at the top of the tower and four thrilling rides that include Big Shot, Insanity, Sky Jump Las Vegas, and X-Scream, which are among the top things to do at Stratosphere Las Vegas. There is a mall on the second floor of the tower that connects the entrance to the casino. There are a number of shops and you can also check out the Knopf Fine Art Photography Gallery that features the work of the famous photographer John Knopf. The dining options include Tower Pizzeria, Top of the World, The Buffet, Starbucks, Roxy's Diner, McCall's Heartland Grill, Level 8 Pool Café, Level 107 Lounge, and Fellini's Ristorante.


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