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Las Vegas Attractions

Las Vegas Attractions

If you want to spend your weekend excited and entertained, Las Vegas is the best place for that in the world. The city is well-known for its excitement in nightclub events in vegas. Since the opening of the first casino 80 years ago, this small almost village-like city has become known as the unofficial gambling capital of the world.
 
More than 30 million visitors come to this city for a vacation every year. Since then over one hundred casinos were opened. Every casino tries to be a unique one-of-a-kind venue with luxurious hotels and nightclubs connected to the gambling venues. It's not surprising that the most wealthy and prominent hotels in the whole United States of America are based in Las Vegas. Uncommon designs, one-of-a-kind structures, and exceptional shows with fantastic events. Even if you are not a gambler you can visit all these places just to look at architecture and shows.

Volcano at the hotel "Mirage."

Yes, a whole volcano at the hotel. The 30-meter structure will shock you with smoke and fire. This place delights visitors with a fanciful volcano that comes to life at night and spews smoke and fire with specially made accompaniment. 

"Bellagio" fountains.

The Bellagio Hotel's iconic dancing fountains are now one of the most popular sights in Las Vegas, drawing in visitors from all over the world. You do not have to pay to see it as this incredible performance is performed in front of the audience outside. It is formed by massive water jets, streams of light, and musical accompaniment. The show is more exciting and beautiful at night as the fountains are wonderfully illuminated. 

"Bellagio" gallery of fine arts.

Every hotel tries to entice as many visitors as possible. Who wouldn't want to visit an exciting water show and art gallery all near your hotel? It features works of well-known painters such as Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, and Vincent van Gogh, among others. There are also temporary displays that are changed on a regular basis, which allow you to become acquainted with the works of overseas authors. 

The Shark Reef Aquarium in Mandalay Bay.

Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino has a whole oceanarium at your will, which is also a major tourist attraction in the area. Oceanarium features aquatic species, including turtles, sharks, jellyfish, and crocodiles. All of them you will be able to see through a glass tube passage.

The Eiffel Tower replica.

Considering all the attractions that may be seen in Las Vegas an exact duplicate of the Eiffel Tower monument would fit pretty well. It is stationed directly across the street from the hotel-casino and is known by the moniker "Paris." The whole hotel is created with a French taste you might think you are actually in Paris right now.

"Luxor" pyramid.

Luxor, a casino and hotel in Las Vegas that is designed to seem like an Egyptian pyramid. 110 meters tall casino, is one of the most popular sights in Las Vegas today. The view of a lightning striking pyramid can be seen from several hundred kilometers away. It's simply incredible to witness.
 

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