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A visit to Las Vegas is a must on any trip to America’s West – there is nowhere like it! This is Glitz with a capital G!

As everyone knows, this is America’s gambling capital and every major hotel has its own casino – more often than not, you’ll have to walk through it to get to the hotel lobby – and every assistance will be given to you to relieve you of your hard-earned cash!

But it doesn’t stop there - shopping on the Strip is a blast. The Fashion Show Mall has been re-designed to give the appearance of walking through a fashion magazine and has all the big name department stores.

You don’t need a car in Las Vegas, but most hotels have free valet parking and it’s certainly useful for getting out and about. There are taxis galore and there is also a bus service operating along the Strip which stops at the main hotels. Many of the hotels also have their own complimentary shuttle services or are linked by mono-rail services.

And what can we say about the nightlife in a city which never sleeps? Aside from the 24 hour gambling, there are spectacular shows to suit every taste and famous names are often in concert for extended runs. Nightclubs on the Strip don’t wake up til midnight giving you time to fit in dinner and a show before moving on.

What to see and do in Las Vegas...

Gambling: Las Vegas boasts non-stop casino gambling action. If your hotel doesn’t have a casino, chances are you won’t have to look far to find one. The largest casino on the Strip is at the MGM Grand, with 170,000 square feet of uninterrupted gaming action!

Adventuredome: The world’s largest indoor theme park featuring a double-loop, doublecorkscrew roller coaster and numerous attractions for all ages is located at Circus Circus.

Stratosphere Tower, Big Shot and High Roller: The Stratosphere is America’s tallest observation tower and offers the best views in Vegas. Located on the top of the tower, 100 storeys up, is the High Roller (the world’s highest roller coaster) and Big Shot, where thrill seekers are propelled a further 160 feet in the air before free falling back to the launching site!

Manhattan Express: Twist, loop and dive around the New York skyline on this thrilling coaster at New York, New York. The twists are claimed to be as close as it gets to doing a barrel roll in an aeroplane.

Race for Atlantis: Experience the thrill of a chariot race through ancient Atlantis on the largest 3D IMAX screen in the world. Situated at the Forum Shops.

GameWorks: Home to over 300 interactive and virtual reality video games. Next door to MGM Grand.

Pirates Battles: Watch HMS Britannia battle it out with the pirate ship Hispaniola in a free pyrotechnic show at Treasure Island.

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