The section of the Las Vegas Strip south of Tropicana Avenue features some of the most recognizable resorts in the city.
The section of the Las Vegas Strip between Tropicana Avenue and Flamingo Road, you’ll find the Bellagio along with a few other big resorts. The Bellagio (covered here) is the most extravagant, while a few of the others have some…
A fun place to pop into on a trip to Las Vegas is Madame Tussauds. This world-famous wax museum is a great hands-on place to “spot” celebrities on the Strip.
The Venetian is one of the most popular resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. It’s modeled after the city of Venice, complete with canals and gondolas.
Other than heavy hitters Caesar’s Palace and the Venetian, there are a few other resorts worth checking out on the section of the Las Vegas Strip between Flamingo Road and Sands Avenue.
Caesar’s Palace is one of the most famous resorts to ever grace the Las Vegas Strip. It brings the glory of ancient Rome to the Nevada desert.
The heart of old downtown Las Vegas is Fremont Street. Nicknamed “Glitter Gulch” because of all the neon lights, this is where all the glitz and glamour of Vegas was born. Some of the oldest hotels and casinos in the…
Estiatorio Milos is a Greek seafood restaurant at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas. Owned by Costas Spiliadis, this restaurant prides itself on freshness and quality in a relaxing Mediterranean ambiance.
Carnevino is an Italian steakhouse in Las Vegas. Owned by celebrity chef Mario Batali, it’s considered by many to be one of the best steakhouses in the city and United States. Carnevino is located at the Palazzo.
One of the best reasons to visit Las Vegas is the shows. Want to see acrobats set to popular music? Comedians? Magicians? Top musical acts and singers? A topless revue? Ranging from kid-friendly to filthy and raunchy, you can find…