Top 5 Places to visit in Vegas
So next week we are heading to Vegas for the first time since my 21stbirthday and I’m not going to count how many years ago that was. Obviously Vegas is just one of those places you have to plan your trip as most people tend to go for long weekends and there’s so much you can cramp into a few days. They say what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but now with age of Instagram, I’d say that’s highly unlikely. So what/ where should be in your top 5 places to visit in Vegas when your planning your trip? First of all don’t forget the sun cream, Vegas is hot and if you are there to party, drinking at pool parties can be fun but not if your burnt from head to toe.
Obviously everyone goes to Vegas for different reasons, some to party, some for a whirlwind wedding and others for the casinos and shows. For those who love to gamble and like to play on online sites like casino.com you will be in betting bliss.
Las Vegas is in Nevada’s Mojave Desert so hot is an understatement, which means its perfect for guaranteed sunshine.
Its vibrant nightlife is pretty much centred around 24-hour casinos and pool parties. The main area tourists head to is the 4 miles long Strip. The strip is home to themed hotels with elaborate displays such as fountains synchronized to music as well as replicas of an Egyptian pyramid, the Venetian Grand Canal, and the Eiffel Tower.
There’s just so much to see and do in Vegas and it all depends on what your there for. But here’s my top 5 places to try and visit while you’re in Vegas:
Take-in A Show:
Vegas is renowned for its cabaret and shows, so this is definitely something you should plan into your Vegas trip for an unforgettable ShowTime experience. Some of the biggest stars in the world headline in Vegas.
Experience a Casino:
If you don’t gamble at home, this is without a doubt the place to try your hand at a bit of BlackJack or Roulette in one of the many Casinos.
A Vegas Wedding:
If your not personally visiting Vegas for a wedding, its well worth checking out the Wedding Chapels just for the novelty factor more than anything else.
A Helicopter Tour:
What better way to see Vegas than on a Helicopter. If you are a bit of a photo or video enthusiast the shots looking over Vegas will be incredible and a phenomenal memory that you’ve managed to capture.
The Outlet Malls:
While the boys might be gambling, the outlet malls in Vegas are a shoppers dream and I highly recommend taking an empty suitcase with you. Once you’ve spent an afternoon in one of their outlet malls your bound to need a whole suitcase. Its even worth paying for an additional bag for your return journey baring in mind the massive discounts you will save.