Why buy a round-the-world ticket, when Las Vegas has collected all the world’s best cuisines, attractions, casinos and celebrity performers into one heaving city. You can have dinner in the “Eiffel Tower”, go for a gondola ride along a “Venetian” canal or see pyramids that are almost as great as the ones in Giza.
The sampling of other countries doesn’t stop there; Las Vegas also offers up an all-you-can-eat smorgasbord of dining options to overindulge in. Eat at the city’s best buffets, like The Buffet at the Wynn or experience the ultimate in fine dining with famed Michelin-starredchefs at Restaurant Guy Savoy or Joël Robuchon.
The city always offers up a stellar line-up of entertainers and performers so make sure to scour the program of Planet Hollywood’s Zappos theater or see which artists are in residence at the city’s many hotels There is no shortage of casinos to play, or people watch at, just hit The Strip and take your pick.But there is more to Vegas than gambling and grandeur. If you get overwhelmed by everything on offer, the bonus of the city is that the surrounding desert has some of America’s most captivating landscapes.
To the west of the city, Red Rock Canyon is a conservation area brimming with wildlife, rock climbing and 26 different hikes. About an hour north of Vegas, you’ll find the otherworldly red and orange sandstone rock formations of the Valley of Fire. Want to see the Grand Canyon but aren’t up for the drive? A sunset helicopter tour is an unforgettable and incredibly stylish way to soar over this epic landmark. Las Vegas is a treasure trove of excess and endless opportunity just waiting to be explored.