Las Vegas

Who would’ve thought that an empty sliver of desert would become one of the top holiday destinations on the planet? 

Las Vegas really is a glittering mirage. We’re willing to bet that the guys who built the original resorts—some of them mobsters, believe it or not—couldn’t have imagined what Vegas would turn into. In the span of a few hours you can rage at a pool party, win absurd amounts of money and see a spectacular stage show. And oh, did we mention the buffets? Saying this place is heaps of fun would be an understatement.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Las Vegas

Where is Death Valley National Park?

Death Valley National Park is the driest, hottest, and lowest of all the national parks in the United States of America. It's located just east of the Sierra Nevada on the border of California and Nevada.

Where is the Hoover Dam?

The Hoover Dam is a massive concrete arch-gravity dam that was completed and opened in 1936. It's in Black Canyon, perched on the Colorado River at the border of Nevada and Arizona.

Where is Lake Mead?

Lake Mead is the largest reservoir in the United States; it was formed after the completion of the Hoover Dam. It's located in Mohave County, Arizona, and Clark County, Nevada.

Where is Fremont Street?

The second most famous street in all of Las Vegas-behind The Strip, of course-is Fremont Street. Located in historic Downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street was the first paved street in the city. Today, it's home to some Vegas's most famous casinos like the Golden Nugget and Binion's Gambling Hall.

What street is the Las Vegas Strip on?

The Las Vegas Strip is home to some of the largest casino and resort properties on the globe. It is located on South Las Vegas Boulevard.

Where is the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas?

Well, the real one is in France...but a very snazzy replica is located at Paris Las Vegas, a hotel and casino in the heart of the Strip.