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Las Vegas

Las Vegas, also known as Sin City, is a vibrant and exciting destination that attracts millions of visitors each year. The city is famous for its luxurious hotels, world-class entertainment, and buzzing nightlife. The Strip, a 4-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, is home to some of the most iconic hotels and casinos in the world, including the Bellagio, the Venetian, and Caesar’s Palace. Beyond the glitz and glamour, visitors can also explore the natural beauty of the surrounding area, including Red Rock Canyon and the Hoover Dam. Las Vegas truly has something for everyone. 


Things to do in Las Vegas

Mob Museum

Mob Museum

This Downtown Las Vegas museum (officially named The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement) showcases the history of organized crime in the United States. The building isn’t grand, but it is institutional: It’s housed in the 1933 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse that held some of the most important and defining trials in the world of organized crime–including the famous Kefauver hearings. It has been renovated at great expense to preserve that historic courtroom (now used as exhibition and film space).



Every luxury brand from Tom Ford to Bulgari, Gucci to Harry Winston can be found here. It's often the first place where limited edition or exclusive release products will drop. Even the stores themselves are extremely special: At Stella McCartney, you'll find a life-sized, 8,000-Swarovski-crystal chandelier replica of her mother's horse, Lucky, which once hung in Belsay Castle. And at Tiffany & Co., you can go shopping and then pop the question on their proposal balcony (how convenient).

The Fountains of Bellagio

The Fountains of Bellagio

Standing on the sidewalk of congested Las Vegas Boulevard in 115-degree heat may seem like a bad idea, but once the music begins and the Bellagio Hotel and Casino fountains start shooting into the air, all that noise and commotion fade away. More than 1,000 water fountains are positioned within Lake Bellagio, and each of them “dances” in step with the song (be it a pop, Broadway, classical, or rock music hit). Some fountains will even shoot up to 460 feet in the air. At night, more than 4,000 lights are added to the mix.

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