The first thing that visitors to this desert destination will notice is the world famous Las Vegas Strip, one of the most exciting streets in the world. From the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign to some of the newest hotels including Bellagio, Paris, Mandalay Bay and The Venetian, Las Vegas is truly "larger than life".
Historically, Fremont Street is where it all began, from a small railroad stop at the turn of the century to one of the brightest streets in the world. For decades, Fremont Street was one of the best places to cruise in a
convertible car but now the street has been closed off to traffic and it is a pedestrian paradise lined with kiosks, souvenir
shops and, of course, plenty of casinos.
If you want to see what there is to do away from the casinos and bright lights, take a panoramic peek at recreational areas like Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, Mt. Charleston and the quaint little town of Boulder City, the only town in the state where gambling remains illegal.
City residents say there is no place like Las Vegas anywhere else in the world. See for yourself - there truly is something for everyone in Las Vegas.