What To Do in Las Vegas Between Casino Visits

September 6, 2016 | By More
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New Travel Tips for Las Vegas

Las Vegas at Night

Las Vegas, one of the most well known vacation destinations in the world, is the ultimate destination for anyone who enjoys gambling. Apart from enjoying games such as keno, poker, roulette, wheel of fortune, craps, blackjack, and baccarat, people who love to play slot machines, visit sites like Royal Vegas as well. While many other cities boast of casinos, Las Vegas is the most popular casino city in the world and entertains visitors 24 hours a day. Little wonder that those who visit this city once keep on returning.

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So what are you going to do between casino visits?  There is no shortage of activities to choose from.  Las Vegas is famous for eateries that offer food at every price range, making it a gourmet’s delight. Do not miss visiting stores along the Strip that offer all types of goods at reasonable prices. Obviously, if you have had a lucky day at the casino, you might splurge in shopping malls or glitzy hotel shops. Take some time off from gambling and explore the popular tourist spots of the city.

Popular Tourist Activities

Night Light Show: Most visitors spend their entire night in the casinos, thereby, missing an opportunity to see the lights that adorn the city at night. When night falls, this strip awakens from slumber and comes to life, its glowing neon signs illuminating the desert sky. Book tickets for a neon night bus tour & see the “strip” as it was meant to be.

Las Vegas

Fremont Street: This pedestrian only zone, located in the old downtown, provides you with the opportunity to enjoy awesome music & visual shows overhead, thanks to a sheet of LED lights that illuminate the night sky in various hues as you walk underneath it, Check out for special entertainment acts performed by street performers.

Watch The Water Show:  The fountains at Bellagio have become famous for their choreographed laser light fountain shows.  The water fountains erupt and sway to music and laser lights every half hour during afternoon hours and every 15 minutes from 8 pm until midnight.  Of course, this dazzling show is totally free to watch.

Ride The High Roller:  Standing 550′ tall, this roller gives you an opportunity to have a panoramic view of the he city. The observation wheel is situated in the middle of the Strip. Get inside the glass capsule on the highest Ferris wheel of the world to enjoy a 360º view of the expansive Las Vegas Strip and further than that.

Las Vegas Ferris Wheel

Machine Gun Vegas: If you are looking for a unique and cool experience during your stay in Las Vegas, look no further than Machine Guns Vegas. Choose from over 25 different firearms from semi automatics to fully automatics, including firearms such as the Beretta, Glock, M4, AK-47, and many more. Novices need not worry; they can seek help from skilled personnel. Choose from packages such as Femme Fatale, Seal Team, Urban Assault, and much more

To play slots when you’re not actually in the casino, visit Royal Vegas.  And once you are exhausted from playing the one armed bandit, enjoy the night at one of the many infamous Vegas nightclubs.

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