Get the best view of the city skyline from the Stratosphere Tower, at1,149 feet, it’s the tallest freestanding tower in the United States.Visit the Bellagio, where dancing fountains, a conservatory with seasonalflowers and plants and Dale Chihuly glass appeals to a visitor’s sense ofsight, smell or touch.Walk under the spectacular canopy of 2 million lights and LED screensuspended 90 feet above a four-block section of Fremont Street thatpump eye-popping imagery to heart-pounding music at the FremontStreet Experience. This must-see show runs nightly on the hour fromdusk to midnight. #Vegas #LasVegas
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Hundreds of years ago they came for water at a desert oasis. But green
felt tables rumbling with ruby red dice have replaced bucolic meadows
that gave the town its name. The thirst of todayâ€™s Las Vegas visitor is for
gambling, intoxicating glitter, sexy entertainment, dining and shopping.
Itâ€™s all here in this fantasyland escape where fun, all kinds of it, is the
name of the game.
In Glitter Gulch and on the Strip of casino-
encrusted megaresorts bursting with four-
and five-diamond restaurants, the night is
always aglow. Experience this spectacle of
illumination in a walk past dancing fountains;
a culmination of music, lights and water. Only
in Las Vegas can you see the Statue of
Liberty, the Sphinx, the Eiffel Tower, pirate
ships and Venetian canals all on one street.
Continual events mean that you wonâ€™t have to
veer very far for entertainment, and in many
cases itâ€™s free. During the day, attractions abound and you need only look
to the themed hotels; each more opulent or extravagant than the next.
Want a quickie wedding and with Elvis officiating? No problem. You can
do it all in â€œSin City.â€ So dine alfresco, catch a show, go antiquing or
make a date with Lady Luck. Whatever your predilections, the town
assures you: â€œWhat happens here stays here.â€ Viva Las Vegas!
Get the best view of the city skyline from the Stratosphere Tower, at
1,149 feet, itâ€™s the tallest freestanding tower in the United States.
Visit the Bellagio, where dancing fountains, a conservatory with seasonal
flowers and plants and Dale Chihuly glass appeals to a visitorâ€™s sense of
sight, smell or touch.
Walk under the spectacular canopy of 2 million lights and LED screen
suspended 90 feet above a four-block section of Fremont Str