Las Vegas - a place that in today's date needs absolutely no introduction. Just hearing the name will make you picture the neon sign boards, the iconic hotels and the legendary casinos. For the ultimate, no-limits entertainment trip, there is hardly any place in the world that comes close to Vegas.
The city is the epitome of the ultimate party life in the world. Everyone wants to go to Vegas, and who can blame them? The city's bright skyline, the super luxury hotels and resorts, the world-famous casino and the even-more-world-famous nightclubs coupled with the supremely extravagant atmosphere of the Las Vegas Strip make a visit to Las Vegas unlike no other. There is absolutely no end to the amount of fun you can have here and at the same time the amount of money you can blow here! Some come back talking making it big in the casinos, while some get too ambitious and go broke even before they are scheduled to get back home! Some of the world's greatest hotels - the Bellagio, the Venetian, the MGM Grand, the Wynn Las Vegas - are all located on a single stretch of road called the Strip - the Las Vegas you see in movies and TV shows. Running out of things to do on the strip is practically impossible. There is literally so much to do that you'll either a) run out of money; or b) run out of time, with the former being more probable. The other super famous area of Vegas is Downtown, which quite like the Strip is beautifully lit up the entire time, except for the light and sound show in the Fremont Street Experience on a curved LED roof stretching over the entire promenade! The Las Vegas does have a lot more to offer as well. We all have seen the movie Titanic and were all teared up by the end. Visit the rush of emotions once again as you go through Titanic Artifact Exhibition, which takes you back to the life on the ship on that fateful night, and stories of the passengers who survived and those who didn't. Or for an even more intense experience, visit the Mob Museum, giving a significant insight into how influential organised crime has been in Vegas and all of US. Visit the nearby Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for some stunning views of the Keystone Thrust, or look at the various signboards of historic businesses and casinos of Vegas that has now shut down in the Neon Museum. You will definitely have an absolutely unforgettable time on your trip to Vegas!
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