Las Vegas Strip is one of the most famous streets in Las Vegas lined with upscale casinos. Las Vegas Strip is famous for its contemporary architecture, lights, and a wide variety of attractions.
Casino hopping at Las Vegas Strip
1. First stop at Luxor Hotel & Casino, an Egypt-themed casino resort on the south end of the Strip. Located on the south end of the Strip.
2. Next at 5 mins walking distance reach Excalibur Hotel & Casino offering casino, dinner theatre, live entertainment and pools. Located Opposite McCarran International Airport and linked to the neighboring New York-New York and Tropicana via overbridge.
3. Next at 5 mins walking distance reach MGM Grand famous for its restaurants and high wattage nightclubs. Located across from the Tropicana.
4. Next at 5 mins by car reach New York-New York Hotel & Casino, Big Apple Themed, famous for roller coasters, live shows and lively bars. Located between The Monte Carlo and Excalibur.
5. Next at 15 mins walking distance reach The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, offers views of the adjacent Bellagio fountains. Located across the Strip from Planet Hollywood.
6. Next at 10 mins walking distance reach Paris Las Vegas, features a half-size Eiffel Tower. Located across the Strip from The Bellagio.
7. Next at 10 mins walking distance reach Bellagio Hotel and Casino, offers upscale casino and quarters.
8. Next at 10 mins walking distance reach Caesars Palace, features Roman-themed buildings and offers classic table games, poker and slot machines along with a nightclub and live entertainment.
9. Next at 10 mins walking distance reach The Mirage, offers view to 'erupting volcano', apart from buzzing casino also features dolphin habitat, an indoor saltwater aquarium and live entertainment. Located adjacent to Caesar's Palace.
10. Next at 10 mins walking distance reach The Venetian, italian themed replica of venice.
Things to See
'Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada' sign: one of the most popular selfie spots in town
The Park: An outdoor dining and entertainment district, T-Mobile Arena being the highlight of this district providing sports and entertainment opportunities. This is a must-see neighborhood.
Fountains of Bellagio: Water and lights are choreographed to more than 30 different songs. It is one of the most popular attractions in Las Vegas.
Fall of Atlantis show: A 11-minute show tells the story of the Lost City of Atlantis, and what happens when the ailing King Atlas must decide which of his children should rule. Located inside the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace.
LINQ Promenade: Open-air dining, retail and entertainment area and features more than 35 unique retail, dining and entertainment experiences. Highlight is an observation deck cum ferris wheel, the High Roller
The Mirage Volcano: Located outside the Las Vegas Boulevard Main Entrance. Here you can watch fire eruptions and waterfalls with fire and smoke effects.
The Venetian's Venice Replica: The Venetian is a luxury hotel and casino resort which is famous for replicating the highlights of Venice within its compound including Grand Canal and Gondola Rides, St. Marks Square and more.
Adventuredome: An indoor amusement park located at Circus Circus in Las Vegas, Nevada
The Neon Museum: A non-profit organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, studying and exhibiting iconic Las Vegas neon signs
Container Park: Located at east of Las Vegas Boulevard, 40 shipping containers have been turned into shops and dining spaces.
Fremont Street Experience: Pedestrian mall and attraction in Downtown Las Vegas, Nevada.