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The growth of Las Vegas as a prime holiday spot has moved it well past the days of the seedy moniker of Sin City. You can spend a whole month on a Las Vegas holiday without even touching a slot machine or rolling a pair of dice, and still not come close to seeing all this oasis of fun has to offer; everything from amusement parks to world class restaurants can be found in the scorching heat of the Nevada desert. More than anything, the city is a testament to the ability of humans to not only survive but thrive in the most inhospitable of conditions.

With all that being said, there’s no doubt the thrill of the blackjack table is a massive draw for the city. It would be crazy to deny the importance of the casinos on the strip, and we’re not going to, especially when the culture is so ingrained that even the local McDonalds has slot machines. However, whilst Las Vegas trips were traditionally just about gambling (and many still are) we’re also not going to pretend the plethora of other activities available during holidays in Las Vegas aren’t just as prone to make your heart pump as watching the roulette wheel spin. So, strap in tight: we’re here to show you how to make the most of the entertainment capital of the world, properly.

Las Vegas

The growth of Las Vegas as a prime holiday spot has moved it well past the days of the seedy moniker of Sin City. You can spend a whole month on a Las Vegas holiday without even touching a slot machine or rolling a pair of dice, and still not come close to seeing all this oasis of fun has to offer; everything from amusement parks to world class restaurants can be found in the scorching heat of the Nevada desert. More than anything, the city is a testament to the ability of humans to not only survive but thrive in the most inhospitable of conditions.

With all that being said, there’s no doubt the thrill of the blackjack table is a massive draw for the city. It would be crazy to deny the importance of the casinos on the strip, and we’re not going to, especially when the culture is so ingrained that even the local McDonalds has slot machines. However, whilst Las Vegas trips were traditionally just about gambling (and many still are) we’re also not going to pretend the plethora of other activities available during holidays in Las Vegas aren’t just as prone to make your heart pump as watching the roulette wheel spin. So, strap in tight: we’re here to show you how to make the most of the entertainment capital of the world, properly.

   
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A day in the desert

  • Food

    3 course meal for 2: £49.50

  • Coffee

    A regular cappuccino: £3.21

  • Beer

    A medium beer: £4.57

  • Taxi

    One-way (Local Transport): £1.52

A day in the desert

  • Food

    3 course meal for 2: £49.50

  • Coffee

    A regular cappuccino: £3.21

  • Beer

    A medium beer: £4.57

  • Taxi

    One-way (Local Transport): £1.52

Soundtrack of the city

Viva Las Vegas

Las Vegas is fairly isolated in the middle of the desert, and the weather is pretty much as you’d expect: hot and dry, especially in the summer months. Over winter, it does get a little cooler during the day and a bit chilly at night, but even so, you probably won’t need to pack your winter coat. Almost everywhere is air conditioned, including public transport, so you won’t be out in the heat too long.

Discover the real Vegas

With so much going on it can be easy to develop choice fatigue or be led astray by some less than impressive attractions or tours. We’ve done the research to give you the chance to have the perfect Las Vegas trip; follow us to make sure you don’t gamble away your chance at a good time.

Las Vegas trips might be pigeonholed as a particular type of holiday, but we know there’s so much more to see and do here than you’d initially think. Being under 21 or not being a big gambler aren’t barriers to having a good time in Vegas, especially if you’re a fan of great food, interesting museums, and the darker side of American history.

With the amount of money sloshing around the strip, it’s no surprise that it’s home to some of the best food in North America. There’s every kind of restaurant, from massive operations run by celebrity chefs to local diners dedicated to that famous American customer service, and that’s before we even discuss the high-quality cocktail bars. Holidays in Las Vegas can be a foodie dream, and we can show you how to achieve it.

Guides & Tips

With so much going on it can be easy to develop choice fatigue or be led astray by some less than impressive attractions or tours. We’ve done the research to give you the chance to have the perfect Las Vegas trip; follow us to make sure you don’t gamble away your chance at a good time.

See & do

Las Vegas trips might be pigeonholed as a particular type of holiday, but we know there’s so much more to see and do here than you’d initially think. Being under 21 or not being a big gambler aren’t barriers to having a good time in Vegas, especially if you’re a fan of great food, interesting museums, and the darker side of American history.

Food & Drink

With the amount of money sloshing around the strip, it’s no surprise that it’s home to some of the best food in North America. There’s every kind of restaurant, from massive operations run by celebrity chefs to local diners dedicated to that famous American customer service, and that’s before we even discuss the high-quality cocktail bars. Holidays in Las Vegas can be a foodie dream, and we can show you how to achieve it.

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More of the UAE

Ready to explore more of the United Arab Emirates? There’s plenty more where that came from. Plan the trip of a lifetime and explore parts of the world few tourists venture to (or have even heard of). From desert wilderness and camels galore to world-class hiking trails and secret beaches, the emirates certainly aren’t short of personality. Marvel at awe-inspiring feats of human engineering amidst some of the world’s most incredible skylines or discover fascinating archaeological finds and historical sites. The UAE is far more than just Dubai (but what better place to start?).