Best things to do in Las Vegas and sightseeing in Las Vegas
The Venetian - Las Vegas
Reminds one of Venice, Italy. It's an ultra luxury resort with 38 restaurants. The gondola ride can be tried if one wants to get that Venice experience. The steakhouse by the lake side is a treat for all steak lovers out there. 10/10 on ambience
An elegant place to stay. Fine dining, sprawling casinos, Its certainly a delight.
Route 66 - Las Vegas
Stratosphere tower - Las Vegas
The LINQ Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas
Our abode for two nights, the LINQ houses the world famous high roller. This 550-foot-tall Ferris wheel with observation cabins offers city views & holds up to 40 people. We got a good deal as we got a room with both the pool and high roller view. Sunrise is the best time to take the roller trip and see the vast expanse of the desert from up there.
Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign - Las Vegas
Luxor Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas
MGM Grand - Las Vegas
Marquee Nightclub - Las Vegas
Bellagio Hotel and Casino - Las Vegas
Musical fountains set in the 8 acre man-made lake which connects Bellagio to the strip are a treat to eyes. The show takes place every 30 minutes in the afternoons and early evenings, and every 15 minutes from 8 pm to midnight. Evenings are the best time to watch the same with the multi hued twilight in the backdrop. Bellagio conservatory and botanical gardens should be visited for its vibrance. The conservatory follows five seasonal themes and the summer display (the time when we were around), is known for beautiful flowers from all over the world For art lovers visiting Vegas, Bellagio gallery of fine arts is a must visit.
Flamingo Las Vegas - Las Vegas
Grand Lux Cafe - Las Vegas
Fremont Street - Las Vegas
Zip lines attached to the ceiling (SlotZilla at Fremont Street Experience is a 12-story, slot machine-inspired zip line attraction), music videos playing on the ceiling, street performers, three stages with Live band and dancing DJ's, cheap food and drinks, plenty crowd to watch and in some cases laugh at, what more could one ask for! Compared to the Strip, which often has the jag and the vibrance, Fremont Street is more of the laid back version! Stay at the strip if dancing away to the tunes is your thing, but come down to downtown if live performances appeal to you more.