When you’re planning a trip to Las Vegas, you should definitely take some time beforehand to plan everything carefully and ensure that you know exactly where you’re going to go and what you want to see. You’ll quickly find that there are numerous Las Vegas attractions that may grab your attention, and if you’re not prepared properly for your trip you may waste a lot of time just roaming around and wondering where to go next. A little bit of preparation can go a long way towards avoiding this though, so here are a few ideas which you may want to consider including in your plans!
The first thing we can advise you is to go easy on the casinos. Everyone loves that aspect of Las Vegas, but you shouldn’t concentrate on it too much, because you’ll miss out on some of the more interesting aspects of the city. There’s always plenty of time to spin a few rounds at the nearest casino, but you should do that in moderation because you’ll miss out on the true Las Vegas attractions that are worth seeing – and you’ll leave with a wallet lighter than it should be!
Right at the entrance of the town you’re greeted by the famous “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign – if you’ve got your camera with you, make sure to commemorate this moment with a picture! It’s one of the “icons” of Las Vegas and something which can make the perfect intro to your photo album, especially if you catch the sign during a nice part of the day with good weather.
Moving on to the actual Las Vegas attractions that you should see, if you’re a fan of exotic rides you should check out the local supercar tours – you can catch those every day and you’ll get to choose between several pre-made routes for your tours, the longest of which will have you riding in your nice car for quite a while, allowing you to fully enjoy the scenery and take in the local atmosphere. Be prepared to pay quite a bit for this though, as the mid-level tours tend to go above $1,000 per person – though that’s understandable when you find out you’ll be driving one of the latest models on the luxury car market! Needless to say, make sure you’ve got your driver’s license with you.
The gambling atmosphere of Las Vegas makes the town perfect for something like the Mob Attraction – go on a tour which will take you through a brief history of the underground criminal world, complete with actors, guides and plenty of interesting information to learn. The tour is quite modern when you consider the old-themed setting, and you’re greeted by an actual hologram when you first begin your tour. Definitely a delightful experience for those interested in the older years of American culture, as well as those who just want to relax themselves with something different and unique instead of looking at the same standard modern-day attractions, which are all over the town and easy to find.