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RideGuru City Spotlight of the Week:

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is popular for many reasons, and has been the setting for many major films in Hollywood. The city is known as "The Sin City" for all the reasons you may have assumed. It is sometimes referred to as the Gambling Capital of the World, with some of the largest and most populous casinos in the country. Vegas, as it's commonly referred to, is also a popular destination for entertainment and nightlife. Year after year, Las Vegas continues to be ranked as one of the world's most visited tourist destinations. The Las Vegas strip is where the majority of hotels and casinos are located, even though it is technically outside of city limits. 

RideGuru's Top Spot

las vegas

The Venetian in Las Vegas is a replica of Venice, Italy. As you can see, it looks remarkably similar, but with a little more flare! There are many fun places to go in Las Vegas, and definitely enough casinos to go around. When you visit, we recommend you should explore all around the Vegas Strip and try going to many of the casinos. The city is known for its nightlife, so make sure to have fun, but be safe! Always be aware of your surroundings. See below for a list of the top casinos and restaurants to visit in the area. 

Top Attractions

Top Places to Eat in Las Vegas: Le Cirque, 107 Sky Lounge, Raku, Weera Thai Restaurant, Juan's Flaming Fajitas & Cantina

Best Casinos in Las Vegas: Wynn Las Vegas Casino, Palazzo Resort Casino, Casino at the Venetian, Casino at Bellagio, The Cosmopolitan Casino

Weekend Trip Away: Phoenix, Arizona, Los Angeles, California, Grand Canyon, Arizona. 

Did You Know?

The Las Vegas Strip is the brightest place on Earth when looked at from outer space.

15 of the top 25 hotels in the world are located in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas has a black book full of people who are banned from setting foot in any casino in the city.

There’s about one operating slot machine for every eight Las Vegas residents.