The biggest airport in Las Vegas is Harry Reid International Airport. Flying into this airport will put you only five miles south of the heart of Sin City where you can enjoy gambling, restaurants, and shows. Harry Reid is the primary commercial airport serving the Las Vegas major metropolitan area. If you are from the States, you can fly with your passport or your state ID.
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If you are coming from California or Seattle, the I-15N will be the best route to take, averaging about 4 and half hours without traffic.
We recommend you fly.
If you decide on booking a transfer service your chauffeur will be waiting for you at the terminal with a sign with your name on it. Uber and Lyft are also available at book, with prices ranging from $21-$65, depending on the ride you select and time you book.
For a comprehensive Q&A on parking and transportation options, see Las Vegas Hotel Maps & Parking for further information.
Did you know you can explore The Venetian Resort via their digital interactive map to find everything from attractions, award-winning restaurants, landmarks and resort facilities?
If you travel to the USA, you may need a visa. Whether you need a visa, and which visa, depends among other things on your nationality and the length of your stay. We’d recommend you check with the US embassy in your country if you need a visa, and it’s always wise to check regularly for the latest travel updates.
You can download a visa invitation letter directly from the My Orders section of your Pass Manager area once you have secured and registered your Money20/20 USA pass. Your visa letter will require your name to match your passport, contact the Delegates Team if you would like to update your name on the letter and keep a nickname or a shortened version against the pass.