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What to Do When You Visit Vegas

What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, or so everyone who has ever set foot within the city limits tells us, and sometimes you just need to go to a place where every night is a party and nothing is off-limits. Whether you’re headed there for a show or a bachelor party or a lost weekend, there’s plenty for you to do, and the city of sinners is the perfect opportunity to have as much fun as possible.

If you’re wondering what the city has to offer, these are a few of the best things to do in Las Vegas.

       1. Visit the Strip.

You couldn’t possibly take a trip to Sin City without visiting the iconic strip, filled with all of the landmarks you associate with Las Vegas. Check out the Bellagio Fountains, the Venetian Canal, or pretend you’re in Paris with a picture in front of the Eiffel Tower at Paris, Las Vegas. There’s plenty of opportunities to gamble of course, but these casinos have tons of other attractions from aquariums to shows to spas that you’ll definitely want to check out

      2.  See Cirque de Soleil.

Cirque de Soleil is known for taking circus acrobatics to a whole new level. This is beyond The Greatest Show on Earth. The performances are inspired by various natural elements and cultural icons from the Beatles to water to fire to Michael Jackson. There are plenty of options for you to choose from and numerous locations to see the shows. Make sure to book your tickets in advance!

      3. Check out the Mob Museum.

Back when Las Vegas had a seedy underbelly that could not be contained, the Mob ran the city and law enforcement was struggling to catch up. In the building that formerly housed Las Vegas’s Federal Courthouse, visitors can now investigate the interactive exhibits that illustrate Las Vegas’s mob history. The big names featured include Al Capone, Buggy Siegel, and John Gotti, not to mention the dedicated lawmen that ultimately put them away. J. Edgar Hoover and Eliot Ness are also featured.

      4. Visit Freemont Street.

The Strip isn’t the only iconic area you don’t want to miss! Freemont street is home to a cast of eccentric street performers, homegrown artists and musicians, and much more. It’s also home to some of the older hotels and casinos in Vegas, so if you’re looking for a more historic taste of Sin City, you’ll definitely want to take a look at Freemont Street!

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