Call it "Entertainment Capital of the World", "Brightest Spot on Earth", "Sin City" or anyting, the city is a hub of activity.

Call it "Entertainment Capital of the World", "Brightest Spot on Earth", "Sin City" or anyting, the city is a hub of activity.

Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Strip

The Stratosphere Tower is the tallest observation tower freestanding in the country and makes for a stunning photo of Las Vegas. 

Paris, Las Vegas and the Eiffel Tower Experience

The half-scale replica of the Eiffel Tower is 460 feet high, and the Eiffel Tower observation deck is definitely worth a visit. 

The Bellagio Casino and Fountains

Bellagio Casino and Fountains feature numerous Michelin Star-winning restaurants and a botanical garden. 

Las Vegas and the Big Apple Coaster

The Big Apple Coaster is the first coaster in the world to feature a 180-degree heartline maneuver .

Mandalay Bay Casino, Aquarium and Beach

Guests can play slots and video poker, and even enjoy a swim in the resort’s pool.  

Fremont Street

A trip to the Strip would not be complete without visiting the casinos and the attractions on Fremont Street.  

The Mob Museum in Las Vega

The museum is also known as the National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement

Cirque du Soleil

It premiered in Gaspe, Quebec, on the 450th anniversary of Jacques Cartier’s discovery of Canada.  

Las Vegas’ High Roller Observation Wheel

Standing 550 feet high and 520 feet in diameter, the High Roller is the second-tallest Ferris wheel in the world.  

Las Vegas History – The Hoover Dam

The Hoover Dam was built in 1931. It is a massive concrete arch-gravity dam with a width of nearly two football fields and 660 feet at its base.