Checkout our recommendations to make the most of the city
Living up to its nickname of Sin City, you will find everything you need on The Strip, which is 4.2 continuous miles of casinos, restaurants, hotels and attractions! Here are some of our top recommendations!
While every street, and every corner of Las Vegas is filled with restaurants ranging from casual to high end, the best ones are not surprisingly, inside the grand hotels.You can checkout best recommended restaurants via the Vegas Eater website below.
Gondola Rides at The Venetian’s Venice
The gondola rides. A Las Vegas must-see. No trip to Las Vegas would be complete without experiencing the gondola rides. Float beneath bridges, beside cafes, under balconies, all while coasting down the Grand Canal.
The High Roller
Standing at 550 foot tall and opened to the Public on March 14th, 2014, the High Roller is the second tallest ferris wheel in the world. Hop aboard to see most of Las Vegas, with tickets priced between $23.50 - $34.75 depending on whether you’re riding during the day or nighttime.
Just like how Rome was not built in a day, you will not get enough of Caesars Palace in a day. From its plethora of restaurants, quintessential Hollywood Roman Statues and casinos, expect to be coming back every night.
From The Dancing Fountains, the Fine Arts Gallery, and the endless entertainment, The Bellagio is one of the most renowned hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.
Like a bit of history? How about taking a trip to Fremont Street or the ‘old strip’ located in the old downtown, the four-block long covered pedestrian walkway is a neon glitz-and-glitter delight!
🕒 Time zone
Las Vegas is on Pacific Time, which is eight hours subtracted from Central Universal Time.
USD. If you are coming from a European country ensure you check the conversion rate as this fluctuates daily.
Las Vegas uses the two main USA plug types; A and B. Plug A has two flat parallel pins and Plug B has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. If you are coming from European countries, you will need to bring an adaptor or buy one once you arrive.
🚰 Water safety
Water delivered by the Las Vegas Valley Water District meets or surpasses all State of Nevada and Federal Safe Drinking Water Act standards. What does this mean? It’s safe to drink.
📞 International telephone numbers
Emergency: 911 (for first aid, police, fire department). The Las Vegas area code is 702. Mental Health Hotline: 998
☀️ Temperature and Weather
Las Vegas has a desert climate; the summer and fall seasons are sweltering, and the winters are mild but cold during the night. The average low temperature is 46 degrees Fahrenheit (8 degrees Celsius) while highs still reach into the 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius) range during the month of October. Don’t forget the aircon is always on in the resorts and event spaces so be prepared for a range of resorts and event spaces so be prepared for a range of temperatures that can vary between the outside and inside.