The Las Vegas Strip is the most iconic attraction in the entertainment capital that is Las Vegas. The Strip is a stretch that covers South Las Vegas Boulevard and spans for approximately 4.2 miles.
It is best known for its concentration of luxury hotels, upscale casinos, and many attractions.
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There is no better way to start a tour of the city than at the ‘Welcome to Las Vegas!’ sign. The world-famous sign was designed back in 1959 and has, over the years, become the city’s most obvious welcoming sign. It is also a popular place to take a photograph.
Explore the Fountains of Bellagio at the world-class Bellagio Hotel and Casino. The dancing water fountains project jets of water hundreds of feet up in the air, creating a spectacular water show without which a tour of The Strip would be in vain.
For visitors who would love to enjoy unparalleled views of the Las Vegas Strip, nothing beats the High Roller. Located at the LINQ Promenade, this is the world’s tallest observation wheel and has an incredible view of Las Vegas.
Animal lovers will enjoy the Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo. This oasis right in the heart of the city is home to hundreds of different fish species, turtles, and exotic birds that make it a favorite destination for families.
Las Vegas brings a little bit of Italy to the city at The Venetian. The plush resort hotel is best known for its unique waterways. Visitors also get the chance to enjoy a romantic gondola ride, complete with a trained gondolier.
The Adventuredome is also an ideal family-friendly attraction whose roller coaster, theme park rides, expansive arcade, and bowling alley make for a fun-packed experience.
Other attractions on the Las Vegas Strip include the Eiffel Tower Experience, The Volcano at the Mirage, The Big Apple Coaster at the New York New York, The Forum Shops at Caesars, and many more. Click on the links below to review the range of hotels, casinos, resorts, rooms, suites, and condos on and around the Las Vegas Strip.
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