Las Vegas Attractions

The answer to what to see in Las Vegas completely depends on who you ask. Many people would say that, beyond the strip, there is not much to see in Las Vegas, while others believe that every corner of the city has something to offer.

The first thing that any visitor to Las Vegas should do is tour the most famous hotels and casinos. Just visiting these could take several days due to their colossal size.

Rather than specific places, we will talk about the two main areas that divide the city – the Strip and Fremont Street. Within these, there are different zones with their own names such as The Linq.

Places of interest in Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip

The Las Vegas Strip, officially called Las Vegas Boulevard, is the most famous avenue in the city, and one of the best known around the world.

Fremont Street

Fremont is the 2nd most important street in Las Vegas and the core of the historic downtown. An essential visit if you're in Vegas for several days.

CityCenter Las Vegas

CityCenter Las Vegas is the city’s definitive urban development. Comprising luxurious hotels, art galleries and the Crystals shopping mall.

The Linq

The Linq is the latest retail, leisure and dining complex to be developed in Las Vegas. it is located in the middle of the Strip, opposite Caesars Palace.

Lovers of the great outdors will find a great range of day trips from Las Vegas:

Trips from Las Vegas

Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is one of the 20th Century's most important feats of engineering. It currently supplies energy to Nevada, Arizona and the south of California.

Lake Mead

Lake Mead originally began as a result of the construction of the Hoover Dam and today is one of the most important tourist destinations in the area.

Valley of Fire

The Valley of Fire is the largest and oldest state park in Nevada. It is the perfect location to take a walk, go camping, and have a picnic.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of natural wonders of the world and an unmissable trip from Las Vegas. Find out here how to visit it.

Red Rock Canyon

Only 20 miles from Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon is home to a natural wilderness of incredible rock formations.