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Las Vegas Guide

In the heart of the Nevada desert, Las Vegas was created as a destination resort right from day one. It has grown to become the gambling capital of the world, and has earned itself a reputation as the ultimate place to go for anyone seeking glamour and riches on the turn of a card or the roll of the dice.

Catering for a phenomenal number of visitors, the many hotels in Las Vegas have become stars in their own right, with the Bellagio and it’s fountains probably the best known, although the Venetian, where a canal with gondolas runs through it is close behind.

The entertainment, of every description, runs all day and night in Las Vegas, and in the casinos it is often hard to tell whether it is day or night since they are always brightly lit, have no windows and no clocks.

Sights to see in Las Vegas

Leave time to explore Las Vegas to explore the many sights there. The Las Vegas attractions include the Bellagio fountains is great to see for yourself. The Casinos are also well worth seeking out. Las Vegas’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Las Vegas tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Las Vegas based guides who will show you Las Vegas’s less well known attractions.

Las Vegas Sports Guide

As many visitors already know, Las Vegas’s overwhelmingly favourite pastime is Baseball, which is played by the Las Vegas 51's at their home: Cashman Field. Each year, the biggest event in Las Vegas’s sporting calendar is the World Series of Poker at the Harrah's Rio Casino - tickets can be hard to get, so book in advance!

Sights to see in Las Vegas

Leave time to explore Las Vegas to explore the many sights there. The Las Vegas attractions include the Bellagio fountains is great to see for yourself. The Casinos are also well worth seeking out. Las Vegas’s culture offers loads to see!

We recommend booking a Las Vegas tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Las Vegas based guides who will show you Las Vegas’s less well known attractions.

Las Vegas Weather

Find out when is the best time to visit Las Vegas courtesy of our easy to read climate guide to Las Vegas. The table below displays annual temperature trends in Las Vegas over the course of a year in Las Vegas.

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Driving in Las Vegas

If you want to drive in Las Vegas, you need an IDP (international driving permit) for the USA which you can arrange with the AA before you travel to Las Vegas.

When you drive in Las Vegas, in common with the rest of the USA, it is the law to drive on the right side of the road. It is easy to book car rental in Las Vegas quickly and conveniently online before you go to the USA. There's a choice of convenient car hire depots in Las Vegas where you can collect your hire car.

Guide to Las Vegas Airport

The McCarran International Airport lies roughly 1 miles to the south from Las Vegas. The airport's IATA code is LAS - flights take 10 hours flight from London. Regular buses operate into Las Vegas, and taxis are also available. McCarran International Airport offers plenty to do including shops offering souvenirs of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Consulate

If you get into trouble in Las Vegas, or just need some advice, the Las Vegas British Consulate is the place to go.

British Consulate General
11766 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles
CA 90025

Telephone: (310) 481 0031

Las Vegas: The Facts

City Name: Las Vegas
Country: USA
Language: English
Currency: US Dollar
Time Difference: GMT - 8
Electricity Supply: 110/120V AC 60Hz

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