Casinos, naturally, continue to draw tourists to Las Vegas. From penny slots to high-stakes table games in private salons, you'll find it here. But there's much more to Las Vegas than gambling. Our weekend itinerary highlights attractions of a different sort, from the choreographed fountains at the Bellagio to the Liberace Museum. Las Vegas is also surprisingly family-friendly. In an attempt to appeal to kids, the hotels have spent millions developing technically sophisticated indoor amusement rides such as the Race for Atlantis.
Las Vegas flights arrive in a city referred to as the entertainment capital of the world; it is the largest city of the state of Nevada and is situated in the midst of the Nevada desert landscape.
Flights to Las Vegas arrive into a world of mega-casino hotels, home to such diverse attractions as the MGM Grand Lion Habitat and Star Trek.
There is much more to Las Vegas than the gambling, although this is the main attraction; there are also the shows, from free shows to lavish Cirque de Soleil productions, as well as magic shows, tribute shows and adult entertainment. Las Vegas is also the wedding capital of the world, and, surprisingly perhaps, a centre for activities such as rock climbing, hiking and skiing once away from the entertainment strip.
Flights to Las Vegas from the UK take around eleven hours depending on stops and flight connections, and flight prices tend to be fairly stable all year round although November to February can be quieter. Use our price comparison tool Flight Finder
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