Attractions You Can’t Afford to Miss in Vegas
Vegas saw a record number of tourists visiting it in 2019—a total of 49 million. This was a massive leap from the 42 million people who visited the city in 2018. This makes Vegas one of the most popular and one of the most-visited places in the world—and not just in the United States.
But there are problems that come with visiting such a popular city. Such as where to go and how to narrow down your search?
Well, we can help!
If we hadn’t begun this list with the Strip, this wouldn’t be a Vegas travel blog. The Strip is not to be missed. Extending from the Stratosphere Casino to the Mandalay Bay, it’s a vast stretch of land that glimmers and glows in the dark with all its glitz and glamor.
The Dancing Fountains
One of the best-known attractions in the city, if not in the world, the Bellagio Fountains come alive at specific times of the day. And at these times, for a very short (but very satisfying period of time), you get to see waterspouts in the desert. It’s a lovely sight, and a memory you’ll always cherish.
If you’re a thrill-seeker, you have a lot of entertainment to get through in Las Vegas. The Strat is full of insane adventures—and an insane ride. It is also the tallest building in Vegas, so when you’re in it, you can see all of Vegas from your seat in the sky.
The High Roller
If you want a bit of both: comfort and thrill, you have the High Roller Observation Wheel. It’s taller and higher than the London Eye, and can give you the tour of a lifetime. You’ll have a bird’s eye view of the city, and even the Mandalay Bay will look tiny down below.
A Taste of Italy
While you can get a taste of Italy with some good pasta, Vegas has more to offer. The Venetian Casino is built to give you a window to Italy. With its 10 pools and endless table games, this one will definitely be packed with fun.
Hoover Dam is one of the country’s best-known and most-visited attractions. It’s a short ride from the city, and you can trek there. Leave your bags with Cubby if you want a lugging-free adventure—more on that later. You can then see Lake Mead in all its glory without worrying about losing your things in the water.
Offering you a lugging-free travel experience, Cubby is an on-demand baggage storage service offered in multiple cities. These include Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, Galveston, Fort Worth, Boston, Houston, Washington D.C., San Antonio, and Las Vegas.