Top Activities in Las Vegas

Helicopter Tour Grand Canyon
From 430.00 USD
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Silver Cloud Flight over the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas (No...

Excursion to West Rim Grand Canyon onboard Pink Jeep with Helicopter Ride, Pontoon Boat on Colorado River & Lunch
From 495.00 USD
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Excursion to West Rim Grand Canyon onboard Pink Jeep with He...

Death Valley National Park Day Trip
From 298.00 USD
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Death Valley National Park Day Trip with Lunch from Las Vega...

Private Night Tour Vegas
From 425.00 USD
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The Lights of Las Vegas private night Tour with Official Tou...

About Las Vegas

Las Vegas

“Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas”, or simply Vegas, also known as the Entertainment Capital of the World. Las Vegas is a resort city known for its mega casino–hotels; tourists from all across the globe arrive in Vegas every day for gambling, shopping, fine dining and the nightlife. The city is one of the top three leading destinations in the United States for conventions and meetings, it has the highest number of AAA Five Diamond hotels than any other city in the entire world, and it is well renowned as the global leader in the hospitality industry. Las Vegas is today one of the top tourist destinations in the entire world, averaging more than 39 million visitors every year. The city was originally established in 1905, but it was later in 1931, when gambling was legalized, that Las Vegas saw a boom in construction. Las Vegas Strip and Downtown with the Fremont Street Experience are two of the most visited areas of Las Vegas, and top resorts and hotels are here located.

Las Vegas: Map, Quick Facts, and Weather

Located on the floor of the Mojave Desert, Las Vegas has subtropical, hot desert climate featuring hot dry summers and short mild winters. In the Summer, the average temperature sets around 92 °F (33.5 °C). The coolest month, December, averages around 47 °F (8.33 °C). Las Vegas has one of the least amount of rainfall in the continental US, with only 26 rainy days per year. Las Vegas public transportation system operates mainly with a network of buses, that also connect the city-center to the suburbs; additionally the Strip & Downtown Express connects Downtown, the Strip and the Convention Center.