The Las Vegas strip is one of the most famous and more expensive streets in the world. If you come to Las Vegas for the first time, before doing all the food and gambling and partying, you must take a walking tour of the most iconic places on the Strip. There are many ways to walk the strip for the first time, but after visiting Vegas many times I have created my own beautiful walking tour of the strip. So, come along with me for a walking tour of the Las Vegas strip for first timers.
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The Wynn & Encore resorts in Las Vegas seems to be only for the rich. It definitely looks like it even if we only judge by the fact that the Wynn used to house Ferrari and Maserati dealers right inside the resort. However, the hotel lobby and casino don’t look very impressive from the inside. Maybe guest experience is out of this world if you stay there. Come along with me as we explore a few interesting things to do at the Wynn Las Vegas.
Venetian is another European copy…scaled down a little obviously. Yes, it has the gondolas, with Italian singers and all…I’m still not sure if the songs are taped (they look and sound very real), but it is copied nevertheless. It’s ok though, ’cause you only drive a few hundred miles from Los Angeles and you get to see Venice…or something pretty close to it.
While not many attractions are inside, the Paris Las Vegas resort dazzles from the outside. With its scaled down versions of the most famous attractions in Paris France, this resort dominates the night sky on the Las Vegas strip. Exuding with European elegance inside, the Paris resort’s main attraction is its amazing food and fancy shops.
New York, New York is another well-known casino in Las Vegas. It sits right at the entrance on the strip, right across the MGM Grand. The Statue of Liberty replica is huge and it serves as an easy way to locate the casino. However, other than the New York look and feel, New York, New York doesn’t offer anything other than gambling and … lots of smoke.
The Mirage resort În Las Vegas, boasts a private dolphin habitat and a private zoo with Siberian tigers and white lions. This is definitely a must see for any family with children traveling to Las Vegas. Let me show you the best things to do at The Mirage.
Caesars Palace is synonymous with the Las Vegas strip, as it is one of the oldest resorts here. Built in 1966, Caesars Place has been updated and modernized over the years in order to keep up with the competition on the strip. Even though, not a very attractive destination for families, Caesars Palace has one major attraction that will get you fired up…if you like it. Come along with me as we explore some interesting things to do at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.
Bellagio is my favorite resort to visit in Las Vegas. The beautiful interior and exquisite gardens, topped by the amazing water fountains make us visit the Bellagio every time we come to Vegas. Come along with me as we explore the best things to do at Bellagio Las Vegas.