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The Strip

The Strip

The Las Vegas Strip is probably the world's best-known boulevard stretch, so do prepare yourself for an intense few hours among casinos, restaurants, stores, top-notch hotels, and many other establishments. One of the most popular activities is taking pictures with people dressed up as the famous, and one of the choices is Marilyn Monroe, Elvis, and even Alan from the movie "The Hangover." When having been here during the day, come back at night to rediscover the Strip, and for getting both dizzy and amazed in this sea of shimmering neon lights.
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Caesars Palace

Caesars Palace

An iconic landmark on the Las Vegas Strip and featured in countless movies and TV series, Caesars Palace is a massive luxury hotel and casino, home to world-class restaurants, such as Mr. Chow, Nobu, Amalfi, and Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen, legendary shows, some of the big names to perform here include Rod Steward, Celine Dion, and Elton John, as well as unique shopping experiences, and plenty of top-notch entertainment. Check out our Dining, Bars & Nightlife, and Shopping sections for more information.
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Fremont Street Experience

Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is a highly successful attempt to draw the millions of visitors back to the downtown area. The domed-canopy 90 feet (27,5 meters) above the street was constructed along five city blocks, lined with some of the oldest casinos in Las Vegas. Every evening from sundown to midnight, the canopy becomes a giant screen showing high resolution images accompanied by concert-quality sound. At the top of each hour, visitors pour into the streets, looking skyward in anticipation of one of the six different shows lasting six to nine minutes.
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The Venetian - Las Vegas

The Venetian - Las Vegas

The Venetian is a sophisticated hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip, offering some of the most unique experiences when it comes to dining, shopping, and entertainment in Las Vegas. Experience old-world Venice without leaving the U.S., stroll the cobblestone walkway along St. Mark's Square, visit iconic landmarks, and take a gondola ride while listing to the beautiful sounds of violins. Check out our Dining, Bars & Nightlife, and Shopping sections for more information.
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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden is the sky-lit atrium at Bellagio with vibrant and fantastical scenes composed of plants, flowers and trees. The airy central conservatory was inspired by the Art Nouveau conservatories of Paris. Each season, a 120 team of professionals creates displays with more than 10,000 flowers, which are regularly switched out to maintain freshness. You never know what to expect: giant flower sculptures celebrating the New Year, koi ponds and pagodas, enormous jade medallions and animatronic figurines, whimsical architectural elements and fantastical scenes.
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Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Embark on a journey to the Titanic's final resting place and into the depths of the North Atlantic Ocean and witness one of the most compelling stories of our time through the precious treasures left by those aboard the RMS Titanic on her fateful maiden voyage in 1912. This immersive exhibit, which features over 400 real artifacts recovered from the world's most famous ocean liner along with recreations of the first- and third-class cabins, and a replica of the legendary Grand Staircase, will give visitors a feel of what it was like aboard the famous luxury liner, as well as a sense of perspective of the magnitude of the disaster. Upon entering, you will receive a boarding ticket from an actual Titanic passenger, with some information about that person. And at the end of your visit, you will find out if this person survived the catastrophe or not.
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