touring las vegas

Las Vegas, known worldwide for its casinos, clubs and hotels, is a larger than life destination. The city simply bowls one over with its countless attractions. So much so that sometimes one does not know what to see and what to miss in Vegas. Here, we have come up with an itinerary for exploring the offbeat attractions of Las Vegas in a single day. It’s better to follow this itinerary on the day before you catch your flight back home, as it would make your visit a memorable one.

9 AM

Taking a stroll on the Vegas Strip might make you realize, that it is longer than it appears to be. While you may feel hot here even at 9 AM, you will be able to see some of the most fantastic examples of architecture in Las Vegas, especially the glass pyramid of the Luxor.

11 AM

The New York Hotel & Casino is the second place to visit. It is a reproduction of New York’s skyline, complete with models of skyscrapers of the actual city. It also includes a replica of the Statue of Liberty. Take out some time for the roller coaster ride located just behind the Statue of Liberty.

1 PM

Next, check out the Crystals Shopping Centre at Aria casino-hotel if you are in the mood for some shopping, or visit the famed Cosmopolitan hotel for a relaxing spa treatment. Now, go up to the third floor and treat yourself to a sumptuous lunch at one of the restaurants there.

3 PM

After a hearty lunch, catch the monorail to Bellagio. Select a spot where you can enjoy the world famous fountains at the Bellagio. Over the next ninety minutes, get amazed by the wonderful fountain shows. What’s more interesting is the world’s largest chocolate fountain at the Jean-Phillippe Patisserie.

7 PM

After an eventful day of sightseeing on the Las Vegas Strip, it’s time for dinner, with a world of fine restaurants and diners to choose from. Be it a specialty restaurant in some fancy hotel or a local bistro, rest assured that you will cap your day with a memorable dinner.

9 PM

Night is perhaps the best time to behold the beauty of Las Vegas as this is the time when the whole city seems to glow with neon signs and fountain shows. It is also the perfect time to explore the parts of Old Las Vegas including Binions, Golden Nugget, and the El Cortez, etc.

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