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Las Vegas (www.lasvegas.com) is possibly one of the most magical places on the planet. A Disneyland for adults if you will. The city is well known for its tolerance of all forms of adult entertainment and, for this reason, has gained the moniker of “Sin City”.

As many know, this exciting city is hundreds of miles from the Pacific Ocean and often reaches temperatures in the summer of over 45C. If you plan to spend any time outdoors be prepared for it, always wear sunscreen and pack accordingly.

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A neon-lit oasis of all-night entertainment and over-the-top opulence in Nevada's Mojave Desert, Las Vegas is where the world goes to indulge, party and gamble 'til dawn. The city's famous Strip is where the action takes place - with the globe's most famous casino hotels and entertainment venues vying for visitors’ attention through a serious of increasingly dramatic shows, water and light displays.

Inside, things get seriously luxe. Every hotel seems to have its own five-star restaurant, and the chef's list reads like a who's who of the best-known names in international cuisine. From hotel lobbies that feature aquariums with real life "mermaids" to an entirely recreated floating city, the Eiffel Tower to the pyramids of Egypt, Las Vegas intends, and spectacularly succeeds, at dazzling everyone who steps through the door.

Away from the bright lights of the Strip, one of the world's most magnificent natural sights can easily be reached on a day trip - the incredible Grand Canyon. Closer to the city, the Rock Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area offers those looking for hiking in the great outdoors a chance to see Nevada's Mojave Desert up close.

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Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip

One of the most famous stretches of roads in the world, the Las Vegas Strip should be the first place you explore on a trip to the city…

Las Vegas Strip

Lined with famous casino hotels, including the Bellagio, the Venetian, the MGM Grand and the Palazzo, you'll find iconic sights - like the High Roller observation wheel and Bellagio Fountains - everywhere you look.

Grand Canyon Tour

One of the most popular day trips from Las Vegas is to visit the Grand Canyon, either by bus or, for a luxury option, on a helicopter tour…

Grand Canyon Tour

The Grand Canyon is just over four hours away from the Las Vegas strip by car, but for those short on time and looking for a unique aerial view of one of the world's greatest natural wonders, helicopter tours are readily available.

Gondola Ride at The Venetian

One of the most iconic hotels in Las Vegas, The Venetian Hotel features a shopping arcade created to mirror Italy's floating city of Venice…

Gondola Ride at The Venetian

With canals and bridges, including accurate recreations of Venice's Bridge of Sighs and the Rialto Bridge, take a romantic gondola ride under the painted blue skies to experience one of Las Vegas's most famous attractions.

The Stratosphere Tower

If you have a head for heights and are looking Las Vegas thrills, the 1,149ft high Stratosphere Tower should be at the top of your sightseeing list…

The Stratosphere Tower

With a range of adrenaline pumping rides - including the Big Shot, X Scream and SkyJump - as well as indoor and outdoor observation decks, the Stratosphere Tower claims to be the "tallest freestanding observation tower in the USA."

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is one of Nevada's most popular natural tourist attractions…

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

Featuring a one-way 13-mile scenic drive and the chance to explore some 195,819 acres of the Mojave Desert just a few miles west of Las Vegas, the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is one of Nevada's most popular natural tourist attractions. Visitors have the opportunity to find out about the geology, vegetation and wildlife of the canyon, as well as explore many different hiking trails.

Restaurants in Las Vegas

Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen

Gordon Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay's Las Vegas restaurant is one of the most popular places to grab a bite on the Strip. Guests are greeted at the door by the famous chef himself - albeit a virtual version on a screen. The menu offers classic Las Vegas dishes like braised short rib, alongside Ramsay's traditionally British dishes such as Beef Wellington.

Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand

Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand

France's most famous chef, Joël Robuchon, serves up the best French cuisine in Las Vegas at his MGM Grand restaurant. The only restaurant in Las Vegas to receive three Michelin stars, guests can choose from a six or 16-course meal of deliciously exquisite dishes. For a slightly less formal dining experience, the French chef also has the Michelin-starred L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon at MGM Grand.

Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace

This multi award-winning restaurant is considered the best fine-dining location in Las Vegas. Not only does it hold a prestigious Forbes Travel Five Star Award, it was also awarded an AAA Five Diamond award, and two Michelin stars. With a menu that features many of Savoy's most popular dishes from his Paris restaurant, choose from an à la carte menu or the innovation menu - served for the entire table.

Top of the World at Stratosphere

Top of the World at Stratosphere

Looking for dinner with jaw-dropping views? Head to Top of the World at Stratosphere. The Las Vegas restaurant sits 800ft above the strip, with 360-degree views from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Top of the World's steak is a must, but the restaurant also caters for vegetarians and gluten-free diners.

Las Vegas Nightlife

Mandarin Bar

Mandarin Bar

Start a decadent night out in Las Vegas with a cocktail at one of the city's best hotel bars. Located on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental, the Mandarin Bar is stylish and sophisticated, with elegant drink concoctions to match. Choose a cocktail and soak in the view - from here the Vegas skyline is nothing short of spectacular.

Wayfarer Bar

Wayfarer Bar

A sleek downtown bar, located inside the Inspire Theatre on the corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and Fremont Street, the Wayfarer is one of the recent attempts to class up the area. Outside, you'll still find the colourful characters of Fremont Street, but step inside to be transported to an elegant vintage lounge, known for their excellent whisky cocktails.

Lily Bar & Lounge at Bellagio

Lily Bar & Lounge at Bellagio

If money is no object and you're looking for a once-in-a-lifetime drinking experience in Las Vegas, head to the Lily Bar & Lounge at Bellagio and order their famous 1914 Sidecar. The extraordinarily expensive drink, coming in at $400, is created using the rare Ferrand Cognac Memoire 1914 and the equally prestigious Grand Marnier Quintessence liqueur, with a touch of lemon juice and served in a sugar-rimmed Martini-glass.

Hakkasan at MGM Grand

Hakkasan at MGM Grand

The biggest and most famous nightclub in Las Vegas, Hakkasan at MGM Grand is the place to go for guaranteed super-star DJs and all-night party antics. Some of the most well-known names in dance have graced the decks here - from Tiesto to Calvin Harris and Steve Aoki.

Events in Las Vegas

New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

It's one of America's top destinations to spend New Year's Eve, and with more than 300,00 people partying their way to midnight on the Strip, spending New Year's Eve in Las Vegas is an event you'll never forget. The entire Strip becomes a pedestrian-only zone, with each casino and club offering their own entertainment. As the clock strikes 12, prepare for an impressively-choreographed fireworks display.

South Point 400

South Point 400

Catch some of the world's top drivers as they descend on Las Vegas for the Fall NASCAR Weekend. One of two NASCAR events held in Las Vegas annually - the other taking place in March - the South Point 400 is held in September. As well as all of the racing action, fans can also find live music and entertainment throughout the weekend, as well as close up views of the garages and Victory Lane from the Neon Garage.

Great American Foodie Fest

Great American Foodie Fest

Showcasing some of the best gourmet food trucks from all over America, the Great American Foodie Fest is Las Vegas's most delicious annual event. Running for four days in April, the foodie festival features everything from burgers to tacos, corndogs to mac 'n' cheese, as well as carnival rides, competitions and a beer garden.

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