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Las Vegas (Spanish for ‘The Meadows’) is most populated city in the state
of Nevada and the county seat of Clark County in the US. An internationally
renowned major resort city, it is an alpha zone of round-the-clock
gambling, top-end shopping, fine dining, free and paid entertainment, and a
vibrant nightlife. The star of the show here is ‘The Strip’, a resort-lined
street that is dotted with lavish decorations, neon-blasting lights,
upscale hotels and can simply be described as the Captain America of all
fun and frolics in America.
Things to do in Las Vegas
Spread from the northeast end to the southwest of Las Vegas, The Strip is a
2.5-mile-long section of Las Vegas Boulevard. It is the street that gives
the city its world-famous charm and fame of being a world-class
destination. One will find theme-based entertainment complexes, luxury
hotels and restaurants here. It is best to visit here after the evening as
it all lit up with expensive light and fireworks.
Located in downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street is a pedestrian walking area
is hallmarked by a well-lit canopy of variously coloured LED lights that
give the impression of a star-studded sky. The same is augmented with
relevant show of music and a visual effect. Not only this, many street
performers line up alongside it to showcase their skills.
Paris Las Vegas
Paris Las Vegas is a hallmark of the Strip and Las Vegas. It features a
replica each of the Eiffel Tower and the Paris Opera House, two popular
attractions in the French capital city of Paris. You should come to this
posh 46-story-high attraction to see a panoramic view of the city from its
observation deck called the Eiffel Tower Experience. The place comes to
life in the evenings as a hot air balloon is lit up with flashing lights.
Best Time to Visit Las Vegas
Winter season (the months from December to February) are the best to book
your flights from Santa Ana to Las Vegas. It is the season when you can
have a great time at the city’s attractions. Book your flights from SNA to
LAS during summers to enjoy famous cultural events like Las Vegas Bowl and
New Year’s Eve. It is advised to book Las Vegas flights in advance to avoid
paying more during peak season.