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Famed for its drive-through weddings, ritzy and glitzy casinos and never-ending throng of Elvis Presley impersonators, Las Vegas makes no apologies for its larger-than-life personality. Boasting flashy clubs, luxe shops, dazzling shows and top-notch restaurants, all open 24X7, Vegas is a real-life fantasy world where not a lot is off limits. Sin City’s legion of theme parks and resorts bring the best of the world’s culture to its doorstep. Ancient Rome, Paris, and even the Camlet era are re-fashioned with gusto, in a token Vegas brashness that needs no introduction. Besides the Strip, Nevada’s largest city is just a stone’s throw from some of the country’s most astounding landmarks, with trips to one of the most iconic Las Vegas attractions, the Grand Canyon, offering a welcome recess from the round-the-clock buzz of the big city. A party-town through and through, whatever your vice, you’ll find it in here. So roll the dice, its Vegas baby!

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  • Our tips for Las Vegas

    Our tips for Las Vegas
    • Let it entertain you. Vegas’ stage shows are renowned the world over, so be sure to partake in some of the many live music shows, cabaret or theatre performances on offer in this buzzing city.
    • Las Vegas with the little ones. If you’re heading to Las Vegas with kids, be mindful that not all establishments – even luxury resorts – are completely child-friendly. When eating out, look to visit specifically child-friendly restaurants, and be sure to add Bellagio’s giant chocolate fountain to your Las Vegas sightseeing itinerary!
    • Stay hydrated. If you’re visiting this desert city, be well prepared for extremely warm weather. Keep a water bottle, hat, and sunscreen in tow on your Las Vegas day tours to avoid sunstroke or fatique.
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    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit You’ll never be short of things to do in Las Vegas – this city rarely, if ever, sleeps. Shows, casinos, and hotels remain open year-round, only experiencing a quieter period during the lead up to Christmas. This city’s round-the-clock nature means a visit to Vegas is great at any time of the year, although the long, hot summer days of June to August makes Las Vegas tours more gruelling.
    Getting Around Navigating Las Vegas can be testing. Here’s our travel breakdown of the best ways to find your way through Nevada’s largest city.
    • Drivers will rejoice in this city’s parking system, with free parking available almost everywhere around Las Vegas. If you can, avoid driving the Strip, it’s known for being hectic.
    • For those still considering what to do in Las Vegas on a budget, the city’s buses run regularly and are a great (and cheap!) way to explore. The 24-hour Deuce bus service is perfect for travellers, stopping at every resort and top attraction in the city.
    • Hailing a cab is the easiest way around Las Vegas, although they can be expensive. You’ll find taxis outside every casino and close by all of the city’s top attractions.
    Stay Safe Despite its party-town reputation, Las Vegas is a relatively safe city. Keep these travel tips in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Look out for pickpockets on your Las Vegas day trips. Petty thieves operate throughout the city streets, so keep your valuables close and carry small change where possible.
    • In any emergency, dial 911.
    • If you are walking the streets alone, be wary of strangers and walk in well-lit, populated areas. Tread extra carefully in the downtown areas beyond Fremont St.