What To See in Las Vegas

Think of Las Vegas and you can’t help but think of the lights. They bring energy and life to nighttime. The International Space Station images show Las Vegas as the world’s brightest city.

It all starts when you enter the Strip. “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada” flashes the iconic red, white, and blue sign as you enter Las Vegas via the South Strip.

There are 12 free parking spots in front of the sign to get out and take a picture. The leaving Las Vegas side of the sign says “Drive Carefully, Come Back Soon”.

The Las Vegas Strip

Travel the world via the Strip. Visit New York New York, Paris, Venice, or even Egypt as you follow the lights. White lights invite you to visit New York New York.

The New York Skyline

View the New York City skyline, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, or Lady Liberty with her torch held high.

The Luxor

The Luxor pyramid represents Egypt — outlined in lights, topped with a shining beacon that could be seen from outer space. A bearded sphynx guards the front of the building.

The Venetian

Travel to Venice at the Venetian. Take a gondola ride.

The Excalibur

Not the world traveler type? Enter the Excalibur time machine and travel back to medieval times. The “Tournament of Kings” is a dinner and show adapted from the stories of King Arthur.

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