Almost every individual has a bucket list and to be honest all bucket lists include Las Vegas –The Sin City. Whether it is your very first trip or perhaps your hundredth visit, whatever the occasion might be, there are a few things that you must definitely do while you are there. Whether you wish to take a break from hitting the clubs or casinos or wish to walk around the city after spending some quality time by the pool, these attractions can only be found in Vegas and therefore must not be missed.
Let’s get started.
The Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian
Step into this high-end shopping district which has been designed to look similar to the Italian City of Venice. The place has canals, gondolas, restaurants and places to shop. Some of the shops might be high-end but most of them would seem fine to the standard traveler. The gondolas are available for rides and if you are lucky, you might even get the chance to catch a small performance presented by a group of entertainers who dance, sing and delight the visitors.
The Fountains of Bellagio
All bucket lists include las Vegas and that include visiting the fountains of Bellagio. These fountains are famous all over the world for their enthralling light show and choreography. Located right in front of the Bellagio Hotel, these fountains are accessible to everyone who passes by them on the Strip.
Trade some Junk at the Famous Pawn Shop
You must be familiar with the famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. With over 3,500 people visiting this pawn shop daily, this is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city of Vegas. You can visit there and trade some of your junk in exchange for something that you might find fascinating.
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
If you take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city, take a 15-minute car ride to this absolutely beautiful landmark. There you would get innumerable chances to boulder climb the boulders, hike and get to know more about the area. Also, you could choose to go for a guided horseback ride through the small canyon or even take a helicopter ride to view the canyon from the top.
Ride the Tallest Observation Wheel
This observation wheel is Vegas is 550ft tall and you can literally see the entire Vegas on this. The ride is, even more, fun when you splurge a bit on the Happy Half Hour that would supply you with a personal bartender in your wheel’s cabin.
Casino at Caesars Palace
Honestly speaking, no trip to Vegas is complete without making a visit to the Caesars Palace. This palace is much more than a hotel. Also, you do not need to stay in one its room in order to enjoy their shows, casino or the pool. Gambling at this place has a reputation and is definitely fun. Spend some cash and get to play over hundreds of slot machines and several table games.
Other than all of the above do not forget to get a picture clicked by the Las Vegas sign. Forget all your stress and enjoy some quality time in Vegas.