Las Vegas is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the USA, famous for its dazzling lights, glitz and glamour. The magnificent hotels, luxury casinos and variety of shows available for tourists are what give Sin City that special sparkle. If there’s any doubt in your mind that you won’t be able to fill your two days in Las Vegas, then think again. The challenge isn’t figuring out what to do but how to fit it all in! In order to get a real feel for Vegas, even though your time is limited, it’s recommended that the most famous attractions of Sin City should certainly be explored.
Those who are looking for a few hours of exhilarating fun might want to head over to Adventuredome at Circus Circus. Spin out of control on the breathtaking Disk-O, a dual spinning motion ride which will guarantee to get the adrenaline pumping. Or get carried away up into the sky on the festive ferris wheel with the family. This top attraction theme park is set over a staggering five acres and has rides for both adults and children, making it a great afternoon out for the family. Adventuredome also includes a new FX Theatre with 4D adventures being provided by Dora The Explorer and Spongebob Squarepants. Rides are individually priced but day passes are also available for those wanting to spend an afternoon or full day being hurtled across a shopping mall at 55mph.
A must see attraction on the Las Vegas strip has to be the breath taking Bellagio fountains in front of the Bellagio hotel. These enormous outdoor fountains feature in many of the Hollywood films such as Ocean’s 11, which definitely make them a worthwhile attraction to check out. The magnificent fountains are choreographed to boogie away to classic tunes such as ‘Hey Big Spender’ and many more to keep you entertained. The show runs every 30 minutes during the day and every 15 minutes at night so be sure to take a walk down to the fountains as no trip would be complete without seeing them!
If you fancy a change of pace, even if it’s just for an hour or two to catch your breath, but can’t find the time to travel to one of the many Las Vegas golf courses within an hour’s drive, head over to the Wynn hotel at the end of the strip. Designed by hotelier Steve Wynn and golf course architect Tom Fazio, the Wynn golf club and country club sits on land that boasts an impressive half century of PGA and WPGA action.