Cheap car hire in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city for gambling, shopping, and fine dining. The city bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World!
At the start of the twentieth century, it didn't even exist; now it's home to two million people, and boasts nineteen of the world's twenty-five largest hotels, whose flamboyant, no-expense-spared casinos lure in thirty-seven million tourists each year. Although Las Vegas is an unmissable destination, it's one that palls for most visitors after a couple of days.
Here are a few things to do in Las Vegas;
The Las Vegas Strip for free
Take a walk along the Strip and you will pass the fountains of Bellagio, choreographed to dance along with classic Vegas songs such as Hey, Big Spender and Luck Be a Lady. Further along the Strip, Treasure Island's TI: Sirens show is billed as a pop-opera where pirates swash buckle, high-dive and dodge pyrotechnics, while singing and dancing. Elsewhere there is the Volcano at the Mirage, or a visit to the Lion Habitat at the MGM Grand where lions from a pride of 31 take turns in an exhibit in the heart of the hotel.
If you're coming to Vegas, chances are you'll want to hit up the scores of clubs along the strip, especially on the south side. Travelers say that the Mix Lounge at Mandalay Bay offers an excellent view of the surrounding city, while PURE at Caesar's Palace is a must for any night owl. Another Las Vegas favorite is the Voodoo Lounge atop the Rio Casino, just off the strip.
X Scream at the Stratosphere
Still the tallest structure in Las Vegas at more than 1,149 feet, the Stratosphere Hotel & Casino offer One of the top things to do in Las Vegas for adrenaline junkies, this is an ultimate high, literally, at 1,000 feet above Las Vegas Boulevard: The Sky Jump—a bungee leap off the lip of the needle is the latest mainliner. Then there is Insanity, The Ride, named for the condition riders must be in to climb onto this contraption that is aptly described as an inverted centrifuge. It takes passengers and spins and flings them at 3 Gs over the edge of the tower faster and faster, and up to an angle of 70 degrees until they are literally facing downward, looking at the city below. Then, it’s X-Scream, a high-tech, high altitude teeter-totter; and the Big Shot for a blast up the needle of the tower.
you can spare a couple of hours away from the tables, the pools, the shopping and shows for a little (huge) piece of American history, take a drive to Hoover Dam and visit one of the best things to do in Las Vegas. Located about 45 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip en route to Arizona, the construction here is as mind boggling today as it was in 1936.
Las Vegas is more a place to pass through than a place to visit for a long period of time and as such many people use car rental to drive between Nevada, California and Arizona. So if you are going to add this amazing destination to your holiday itinerary the you will need a car hire in Las Vegas. With locations along the strip and also collection points at Las Vegas International Airport you will be able to find a cheap rental car option that suits your plans.
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