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Entertaining, colorful and lively, Las Vegas is definitely THE destination for people looking to experience something out of the ordinary. Even though Las Vegas is known as the gambling capital, it also attracts travelers with its impressive hotels, numerous boutiques and quirky and extravagant shows. With its mild weather all year round, Las Vegas is a winning choice... even if you are not a roulette fan!
Las Vegas is known for its extraordinary hotels. Walking through their casinos is in itself an activity! The Bellagio is one of the best-known hotels on the Strip, with its fountains dancing to the music of yesterday and today. The Caesars Palace is another favorite, with its elegant Roman style. The Paris Las Vegas is perfect for couples seeking romance in the City of Lights. The Excalibur, The New York New York, The Flamingo, and The Mirage are also very popular hotels, each with their own distinct style.
You can't visit Las Vegas without going to at least one show! Take advantage of your visit to see one of Cirque du Soleil's many shows on the Strip. There is something for every taste. You could see the popular O, KÀ or Mystère, or have an unforgettable evening at the One Show, dedicated to Michael Jackson. Beatles fans will undoubtedly be amazed by the show Love. Britney Spears, Celine Dion and Elton John are among the stars who have made their home in the city of games, not to mention the many artists who stop there! You'll be spoiled for choice!
About 15 minutes (by bus) from the Strip you'll find the Old Las Vegas. You will have the chance to see the oldest casinos in town, such as the famous Golden Nugget. You should go there at sunset to experience the Freemont Experience, a unique sound and light show.
If you're in Las Vegas for a few days, get out of the city to visit Nevada's most popular attractions like the Hoover Dam, an impressive architectural treasure or the one and only Grand Canyon, another must-see.
The country's official currency is the U.S. dollar. It can be obtained at any ATM. Remember to notify your banking institution of the dates of your stay if you plan to use your cards in the United States.
Electrical outlets used in the United States are the same as in Canada.
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