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Las Vegas is the largest city in the U.S. state of Nevada. Nicknamed the Entertainment Capital of the World, it is situated in the Mojave Desert of Southern Nevada. The city features many mega-hotel/casino complexes decorated with lavish care and attention to detail creating a fantasy-like environment. The casinos often have names and themes that evoke romance, mystery, and exotic destinations.
The city is laid out as follows: Main Street as well as the numbered streets run north-south, starting with Main Street in the west. The bus station is on Main Street. Downtown has several hotel-casinos, as well as the "Fremont Street Experience", a pedestrian mall lined with casinos, near the western end of Fremont Street.
The northern end of the Strip is marked by the tall Stratosphere tower. The Regional Transportation Commission runs buses up and down the Strip that connect the Strip resorts to downtown. The Las Vegas monorail and the convention center sit just east of the Strip, and the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) is located slightly more east of the Strip on Maryland Parkway. The airport is at the southern end of the Strip.
Importantly, the City of Las Vegas only controls the Strip as far south as Sahara Avenue. All of the Strip south of Sahara, is located in the unincorporated townships of Paradise and Enterprise, which are both governed directly by Clark County. These unincorporated townships, however, use the name "Las Vegas" for postal purposes.
Both the city and the unincorporated county areas share a single law enforcement agency, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. Incorporated cities such as Henderson and North Las Vegas have their own police departments.
Get into Las Vegas
Greyhound operates buses between Salt Lake City (Utah), Kingman (Arizona), Los Angeles (California), and Phoenix (Arizona) and Las Vegas.
LuxBus operates four daily trips to and from Los Angeles, Anaheim, and San Diego.
Starline Tours operates tour bus service to the Grand Canyon.
TUFESA Bus Lines offers bus service to various points in Mexico.
Megabus.com Express bus service to/from Riverside and Los Angeles.
McCarran International Airport (LAS) is the main airport serving the Las Vegas area. It is the 24th busiest airport in the world in terms of passengers and 8th in terms of takeoffs and landings.
Henderson Executive Airport (KHND) has two runways. HND is an alternative to LAS for private, air taxi and charter air travel.
North Las Vegas Airport (KVGT) services a lot of air tour operations along with other forms of general aviation.
McCarran International Airport is served by four bus lines operated by RTC. City bus service is available on the zero level of both Terminal 1 (T1) and Terminal 3 (T3).
Several shuttle bus companies take passengers to any hotel on the Strip for $7.50 or downtown for $9 one way. Follow the signs in the baggage claim area on level 1. Many hotels also have free shuttles for guests, and sometimes non guests too if there's room just get on the bus, casinos are happy to get people in the door. Hotel shuttles pick up on the zero level.
What to see
Aquarium @ The Mirage. There is an impressive aquarium behind the check-in counter and a dolphin habitat. Not Free.
The Adventuredome at Circus Circus. America's largest indoor theme park with 25 rides and attractions for all ages. Individual tickets or all day ride passes are available.
The Auto Collections @ The Quad (formerly the Imperial Palace), 3535 S Las Vegas Blvd. Originally an auto museum at the Imperial Palace.
BODIES... the Exhibition. The Exhibition showcases 13 whole-body specimens and more than 260 organs and partial body specimens. These real human bodies have been meticulously dissected, preserved through an innovative process.
Botanical Gardens @ Bellagio. Inside of the casino there is a tremendous flower garden, with displays changed every month or two.
Flamingo Garden, 3555 Las Vegas Blvd S. A 15-acre garden with Flamingos and other exotic birds, as well as koi and turtles.
Fountain Show @ Bellagio. The Fountains of the Bellagio perform a magnificent display (set to music) every 15 minutes in the evenings and also every hour on Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Show times can vary on public holidays.
Fremont Street Experience - Viva Vision. dusk to mid night. A pedestrian mall just outside the downtown casinos. Multimedia shows are displayed on a giant canopy over the street nightly. Free.
Gallery of Fine Art @ Bellagio. A fine-art gallery. Not free.
Las Vegas Chinatown Plaza. A place to experience Asian culture.
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, 377 S Las Vegas Blvd.
The Mob Museum showcases both sides of the notorious battle between organized crime and law enforcement.
Shark Reef Aquarium @ Mandalay Bay. The highlight is walking through a transparent tunnel with sharks, sea turtle, fish on all sides.
World's Largest Golden Nugget @ Golden Nugget Hotel. The world's largest gold nugget is on display in the back of the casino.
The Tank @ Golden Nugget Hotel. a $30 million complex complete with a shark tank, a 3-story waterslide and seven private cabanas.
Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition @ Luxor. The 25,000-square-foot exhibit features numerous items from the Titanic, including luggage, the ship's whistles, floor tiles from the first-class smoking room, a window frame from the Verandah Cafe and an unopened bottle of champagne with a 1900 vintage.
Toilets @ Main Street Station. The urinals in the men's room are mounted on a piece of the Berlin Wall. If you're female, ask an employee to let you see it.
Las Vegas is the wedding capital of the world. To get married, first go to the County Clerk's Office and apply for a marriage license. Both parties must have valid ID, such as a driver's license or passport. The marriage license itself is valid for one year.
Once you have a marriage license, the wedding ceremony can be performed by any priest, minister, rabbi or Justice of the Peace authorized to perform weddings with in the Las Vegas area. Numerous wedding chapels are located around the Wedding Bureau and on the Strip. You can choose an elaborate theme wedding, such as an Elvis impersonator as officiant, or a simple ceremony and reception celebration.
There are a handful of shopping malls that are not affiliated with casinos:
Fashion Show Mall, 3200 S Las Vegas Blvd. Offers nearly every major and deluxe U.S. retail chain store. Also offers numerous others often associated with major designers, plus a large food court and several excellent restaurants.
Town Square, 6611 S Las Vegas Blvd. About half a mile south of Mandalay is an outdoor mall in the shape of a small Mediterranean town and stands out as such amidst all the other, air-conditioned indoor malls.
Many of the larger casinos include high-end shopping areas with designer stores, including:
Forum Shops, 3500 S. Las Vegas Boulevard (in Caesars). A huge high-end shopping area that also offers free animatronics shows at Fountain of the Gods and Atlantis located at either end of the mall.
Grand Canal Shoppes, 3377 South Las Vegas Boulevard (in the Venetian). Another massive shopping area that features the tacky objets d'art shop featured in Martin Bashir's interview with Michael Jackson.