The Best Travel Guide to Las Vegas, Nevada
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Grand Canyon National Park

Pretty much everyone has heard of the Grand Canyon, and the stunning landscape with its impressive size should not be missed if you are anywhere close by. The national park consists of 277 miles (446 km) of the Colorado River and the erosion's effects on the surrounding landscape. The Grand Canyon itself is 18 miles (29 km) wide, and a mile (1,6 km) deep. It is possible to hike 9 miles (14,5 km) down the Bright Angel Trail to the very bottom, and this quite tough walk is most certainly worth it!
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The Mob Museum

Do you know what happened with the familiar phrase 'what happens in Vegas, stays in Vega'? Follow the real life stories of criminal characters that are only familiar to you from TV dramas, as you walk through this one-of-a-kind Mob Museum, as you can here discover the story from the birth of the Mob to the activities of them today. The museum features real stories of both sides, from the Mob and the justice system, so that you will learn about how Las Vegas came to be, and about the hidden stories that have unfolded in its busy streets.
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The Strip

The Strip is probably the world's best-known boulevard stretch, so do prepare 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 are Marilyn Monroe, Elvis and even Alan from the movie 'The Hangover'. When having been here during the day, come back at night to rediscover, and for getting dizzy and amazed in the area of glimmering light.
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Eiffel Tower Experience

There is no need to leave the US soil for having a romantic meal on the Eiffel Tower, as you only have to visit this Las Vegas landmark for dining with a 460-foot-high and 360-degree city view over the breathtaking Bellagio fountains. Rise above the crowded Las Vegas Boulevard in Paris Las Vegas, and enjoy some fine-dining whilst looking at one of the most beautiful views of Las Vegas. Do net forget to immortalise this moment by taking a professional picture in ''France in Vegas''.
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Mount Charleston

With its great hiking trails, this area – only a 40-minute drive away from the Strip – is a perfect getaway if you try to escape the city for a while. Charleston Peak is with its 3,632 metres one of the highest mountains in the Nevada area, and it promises you clean and crisp air, as well as serenity and beautiful landscape for retreating from the smothering summer heat of the big city – you here deserve to catch your breath at one of the most enchanting places of Nevada.
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Gambling

There is no doubt about gambling being Las Vegas' main attraction, and there is a level for every visitor: experienced and first-timer, as most casinos offer free lessons that usually take place in the morning hours on table games such as Blackjack, Craps, and Roulette. The new penny slots are probably the most popular among the recreational gambler as to the bonus games within the games themselves. While the jackpots are, of course, not nearly as large as dollar slots, these games are fun and entertaining anyways, and you can still win some money.
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Hoover Dam

Hoover Dam is a national historic landmark and the highest concrete dam in the Western Hemisphere, as it is more than 725 feet (220 m) above the Colorado River. Once known as Boulder Dam, this concrete arch-gravity dam on the border between Arizona and Nevada has 17 generators that produce 4 billion kilowatts of electricity a year, which makes it one of the country’s largest hydroelectric power facilities. Named after President Herbert Hoover, and dedicated by President Franklin Roosevelt, the Hoover Dam is visited by nearly one million people each year.
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Fountains of Bellagio

The Bellagio Fountains at the quarter-mile lake in front of the Hotel Bellagio display a choreographed dance of water and light set to 29 different opera, country, or pop musical selections, are presented. Each show is different, lasting 5 to 10 minutes with water blasting hundreds of feet into the sky, and the best time to see this is at night, standing on the street side of the lake. Crowds will start to gather about five minutes before each show so head here a little early to get an unobstructed view.
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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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Valley of Fire State Park

Valley of Fire State Park is Nevada’s oldest and largest state park, dedicated in 1935, and it is named after the red sandstone formations that arose from great shifting sand dunes during the age of dinosaurs. The area boasts petrified wood and a 3000-year-old Indian petroglyph, as well as brilliant formations of eroded sandstone and sand dunes dating back 150 million years. Also, there are 7 tall red boulders in the desert which are called 'The Seven Sisters' but take a peek yourself!
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