This weeks edition we are featuring our #1 travel spotlight – More than 10 things to do in Las Vegas.
As many of the StarkFeed readers know we have the series of travel tips and stories shared by other Vloggers, Bloggers and those who travel around the web.
We really hope these series of tips and stories will keep you 100% informed and inspire you to go visit Las Vegas.
If you already have been to Las Vegas, please feel free to share your experience with rest of us in comments section below.
What Are The Things You Can Do In Las Vegas?
Let’s Explore Las Vegas
The best restaurants, hotels, views, shopping, activities and more, from the Killers front man Brandon Flowers, magician-comedian Teller, restaurateur Elizabeth Blau and curator Danielle Kelly
For some, Las Vegas is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma, while for others, she’s a wide-open book. The difference? You just have to know the right people and ask the right questions. We did.
Multiple personalities are among Vegas’s many bewitching disorders. Explore them all with a guide to the city
I think Las Vegas is a FANTASTIC place to go with your best friend for a girl’s weekend. It’s the perfect getaway. It’s so ridiculous & over-the-top & opulent that all your “real world” stresses will melt away in a swirl of hallucinatory wallpaper & sparkling chandeliers!
Instead of avoiding touristy places, why not join the masses and see what those places are all about every now and then? Why not forget about tourists and travelers and just enjoy the experiences together?
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- 25 Things Women Should Know Before Visiting Las Vegas
- A TRIP TO THE GRAND CANYON FROM LAS VEGAS!
What to do in Downtown Las Vegas
While downtown Las Vegas has often been referred to as “Old Vegas,” the last couple years have seen a growing movement toward changing that image.
Two miles (and worlds away) from the Strip, on Fremont Street, a 40-foot cowboy known asVegasVic winks at the hustle and tease that turned downtown Vegas into an epicenter of escapism.
Once a haven of quick divorces and legalized gambling, “Glitter Gulch” fizzled in the 1950s as opulent casinos moved to the Strip. Fremont became a backwater of $1 blackjack tables and empty lots.
Finally, luck has again struck downtown.
Even in the Las Vegas desert, rooftop bars provide the best of all worlds with fresh air, inspiring views, cold beverages and hopefully some amenities to make it worth the climb. So, here’s a lofty notion: Despite the constant triple-digit temperatures, these roofs are actually the coolest places to be this summer.
It seems like Downtown Las Vegas is giving the strip a run for the money – attracting locals and visitors; showing that Downtown Vegas is where it’s at! What is spurring on this interest in reviving the downtown area? There’s a combination of events including redevelopment and employment that are creatively bringing back the nostalgia and the cool to the Downtown Vegas scene.
Saving money on travel in Las Vegas
- Las Vegas on a Budget – Fun and Affordable
- 12 Easy Tips For Doing Vegas On The Cheap
- 8 Free Things to Do in Las Vegas with Kids
- Budget Las Vegas: how to save on Sin City fun
Things to do in Las Vegas with Family
To be brutally honest, I would NOT recommend Las Vegas as a family vacation destination. Continue reading to find out why, and what to do in the city if you do decide to take your family.
When you think of Las Vegas, you think of Sin City and everything that term conjures up – drinking, gambling, night clubs, drunken weddings to strippers. While those adult activities are still there, Las Vegas is actually an incredibly family friendly vacation spot. Some might lament the “Disney-fication” of Vegas but I sure don’t. If you plan it right, a trip to Las Vegas with kids can be an excellent idea for a holiday.
You can take a baby, toddler, or young kid to the Vegas Strip and still find plenty of family-friendly activities.
Las Vegas may exist primarily as a playground for adults but that doesn’t mean that families can’t enjoy a visit as well. I have no real interest in gambling but I was interested in seeing the city for myself so I thought that it could be fun for a few days during my 9 year old daughter’s spring break.
If you’re thinking of traveling to Las Vegas with kids (or you live here already and need a little inspiration), then this list is for you!
Where to eat in Las Vegas
PLAN YOUR TRIP TO LAS VEGAS
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Accommodation in Las Vegas
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Flights to Las Vegas
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Car Rental n Las Vegas
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