We could go on and on about Las Vegas attractions because there’s plenty of festivities in the air! It’s now the month of November and we cannot be any more thrilled than that! So, whether you’re visiting here for the first time or you’re a regular at our city, there are some Las Vegas attractions we want you to know about.
It’s safe to say that the High Roller exceeds the London Eye and Singapore Flyer as it measures 520 feet in diameter. The wheel is enjoyable during day and night as it takes about 30 minutes to finish the entire loop. Each section has one cabin that is durable enough to host 40 people. Surprisingly the cabin is designed to be very spacious along with seats located on either sides. So, when you’re feeling chilly this fall, get yourself warmed up for the High Roller! Don’t forget to add unlimited drinks while you’re there!
When you want some time away from the city, Lake Mead is the place to go; It’s a spot enough to feel secluded from the bustling life! This man made lake is incredible to see and is one of the best Las Vegas attractions to visit. Don’t forget to do some activities while you’re there!
If you want a quick way to see all of Las Vegas, the Big Bus Tour is your go-to. It’s a open-top bus that highlights Las Vegas like no other. There’s plenty of opportunities to take photos, and they offer a hop on and hop off service for those who wants to enjoy the city furthermore! Overall, the tour takes about 90 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip to downtown Las Vegas.
When people think of Las Vegas, many things pop up into mind. Still, one thing that always presents itself more often than others are the city lights. The glittering lights of Las Vegas is one of the most fascinating attractions in the city that makes visitors coming back for more. With LV See The Lights Tour, you’ll experience a three-hour tour of Las Vegas’ must-see locations: the Fountains of Bellagio, Las Vegas sign, Eiffel Tower at Paris Hotel and Casino, the Lake of Dreams at the Wynn, Fremont Street Experience in downtown Las Vegas and The Mirage volcano. On the way there , you’ll see the replica of the Statue of Liberty and Luxor’s famous sky beam.