Tours & Tickets
Las Vegas is Nevada's most famous holiday city. You can take advantage of the top-quality services provided by luxury resort hotels or take in a world-class performance. There is an abundance of delicious food from all around the world or you can try one of the many sumptuous buffets offered at all hotel resorts. At night, the city comes alive and you can easily party till dawn in the brightly colored neon lights of the pubs, clubs, and bars. The area surrounding Las Vegas has many breathtaking national parks. Red Rock Canyon is the perfect place for all kinds of outdoor activities like hiking and mountain biking. You can even take a helicopter to Arizona’s Grand Canyon for a sightseeing tour.
The Bellagio fountains are located in front of the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, occupying a lagoon facing the Strip. The swirling spray jets and height of the fountain jets are all choreographed in time with the music. Once night falls, crowds gather to watch a magnificent light show with thousands of individual lights and jets of water. It is an amazing show, a wonderful visual and auditory feast for the senses.
Located in southeastern California, Death Valley National Park is a very low and very arid region of the world. It has the second lowest altitude in the western hemisphere. Due to the low altitude, the park's climate is very hot and the temperature can reach 56 degrees Celsius. Death Valley is famous for walking stones. The reason for this phenomenon is unknown to this day.
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The High Roller on the Las Vegas Strip opened on March 31, 2014. Since then, it has become a new landmark in Las Vegas. The High Roller is as high as 167.64 meters, 30 meters more than the London Eye. It takes about 30 minutes to complete a complete tour. Take a ride on the Ferris wheel to overlook the entire Las Vegas, and don't miss the night scene at night.