Come and be amazed by the shows inside and outside the casinos of one of the most exciting cities in the world

Las Vegas is an oasis of fun in the middle of the desert of Nevada 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If the themed hotels, grandiose casinos and star-studded restaurants are already attractions for the decoration on the outside, just wait until you enter and see everything they offer up close.

The main region of the city is the part of the Las Vegas Boulevard called the Strip, where you will find some of the most famous casinos in the world and the main tourist attractions, such as the dancing fountains of the Bellagio, the Eiffel Tower of the Hotel Paris and the High Roller, the largest Ferris wheel in the world.

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THE downtown las vegas It doesn't have the same frenetic pace as the Strip, but it also has good attractions like Fremont Street and its LED lights, the Organized Crime Museum, the Neon Museum with its old signs, and Container Park, with shops and restaurants. But the surrounding area also has must-see attractions, such as a helicopter flight through the Grand Canyon and a visit to the Hoover Dam, the American military air base known as Area 51 and the racetrack where you can test drive a Ferrari.

In addition, as Las Vegas it is the city of excess, shopping would not be an exception and there are several malls, outlets and stores with enough items to fill your bags.

What to do in Las Vegas


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high roller

It is here that the tourist has one of the most beautiful views of Las Vegas. This Ferris wheel was inaugurated in 2014, it is the tallest in the world with its 160 meters in a cabin that allows 360° vision.

Fremont Street

It was here that Las Vegas began to become the gaming and entertainment hub it is today. The first hotels and casinos were opened on Fremont Street, but the street lost fame when the Strip began to develop and bring huge tourist complexes. Nowadays, the place is much calmer than Las Vegas Boulevard and still maintains the air of yesteryear when the city was not synonymous with glamour.

Golden Nugget

This is the largest LED screen in the world, which extends over four blocks, and at night shows music and dance shows.

Neon Museum

The city's illuminated signs were gradually replaced by LED screens, but these disused pieces were sent to the museum, which keeps them on display for tourists interested in an old view of Las Vegas.

grand canyon

It is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and was formed over thousands of years by erosion caused by the waters of the Colorado River. Local agencies offer helicopter tours of this breathtaking view, which is over 400km long, almost 30km wide and reaches 1600 meters deep.

51 area

This used to be a top-secret US military air base until 1994, when it was publicized by the government. You may have heard rumors that the place is home to aliens. Today, daily tours of the facilities are held that last all day and have everything to be one of the most exotic attractions in Las Vegas.

Other places to visit in Las Vegas:

  • Cirque du Soliel
  • Organized Crime Museum
  • Container Park
  • Racetrack
  • Hoover Dam
  • Caesars Palace
  • Bellagio
  • Venetian
  • palazzo
  • Paris
  • New York New York
  • Mirage
  • MGM
  • Wynn
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Planet Hollywood

How to get to Las Vegas


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By airplane

The city has its own airport, but there are no direct flights from Brazil, so keep an eye on the scale so you don't miss the time. Many Brazilians who go to the destination end up making a connection in Panama City. Copa Airlines has flights departing from São Paulo, Brasília, Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Recife and Manaus. Another option is to fly with American with a connection in Miami or Dallas.

By bus

If you are already in the country and intend to arrive in Las Vegas by car, the company Megabus, offers the route between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The values are super affordable and the 420 km trip in the middle of the Mojave desert is done in super comfortable buses 4 times a day.

Best time to visit Las Vegas


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Las Vegas has activities all year round, but the cold weather leaves the city a little emptier in January and February, when the thermometer drops below 0°C. In March the temperature is between 10°C and 20°C and it only warms up to 40°C in the months of July and August.

Where to stay in Las Vegas


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Find accommodation in Las Vegas here.

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