The Ultimate Three-Day Itinerary For Las Vegas

The Ultimate Three-Day Itinerary For Las Vegas

Posted by untravel | | International, USA

Las Vegas is a tourist trap like no other, packed with sights to see and places to visit.
Having featured in film and TV for a generation, some of its attractions will be instantly recognizable to people who haven’t even been to the United States before.

Such is the glamour, beauty, and variation of Las Vegas that each day could be wholly different, with a wide range of places to tick off your list. We recommended including it on a whistle-stop tour of the States, but if you have time you’ll need at least three days to ensure you make the most of your journey to the City of Lights.

You’ll certainly want to include these destinations on your itinerary.

The Strip

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Las Vegas is known as the City of Lights for a very good reason – the 2.5-mile-long central section of Las Vegas Boulevard, otherwise known as the Strip. It is lined with entertainment venues, luxury hotels and restaurants and lights like no other.

Many of the buildings are themed too, making it a vibrant assault on the senses which demands attention. It’s best enjoyed at night when the neon signs and lights create and unique atmosphere that is simply unparalleled anywhere in the world. The lights even lend their name to the local soccer team, the Las Vegas Lights.

Some notable places on the strip worth mentioning are the Venice-themed Venetian Hotel and the Paris Hotel and the Eiffel Tower, one of the most instantly recognizable attractions in the city. It opened in 1999 and cost a whopping $785m (₹55.9bn), including several replicas of popular landmarks from the French capital.


Picture Credits – Pixabay

If there is one thing Las Vegas is famous for, it is the casinos that line the Strip. It is the best city in the world in which to play poker, with fantastic buildings housing some of the very best casinos in the world.

They don’t just attract tourists looking to take in the scenery from Hollywood films – they also attract serious poker players from all over the globe who come to Sin City to compete against each other. Chris Masterson is one such player; he won big at Binion’s Horseshoe in Vegas back in 2003 having qualified for the tournament playing online.

Like Masterson, many players now want to try their skills online before visiting Vegas and playing in person. The top tips on partypoker provide a guide on the basic tactics for the game, which can be applied to both online and felt table games. It’s a great way to get ready for the proper competition ahead of a visit to Binion’s, or any of the other exciting venues in Las Vegas.

Bellagio Resort and Fountain Show

Picture Credit – Pixabay

The setting for George Clooney film ‘Ocean’s Eleven’, the Bellagio Resort is so much more than a casino and hotel. With its wonderful iconic fountains, it provided a great backdrop for the end of the movie, but inside there is much more for tourists to take in.

Attractions include the Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art which is described by Sotheby’s as the premier exhibition space in Las Vegas. There’s also the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, a spa and salon, and some of the finest restaurants in Las Vegas.

Grand Canyon

Picture Credit – Pixabay

With three days to kill you really should get out of the city and take in some of the fantastic scenery just a short drive from the Strip. You can even get helicopter rides that take you over Vegas and out as far as the Grand Canyon.

With little time to spare this is a must-visit location during a visit to Vegas. Despite being 250 miles away, it is a relatively short helicopter ride and the easy accessibility makes it a viable option when in the City of Lights.



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