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Las Vegas skyline from above at night

Las Vegas Flights

Partying, gambling, drinking, gambling, eating, shows, gambling, canyons, gambling - there are even slot machines in which to feed a few dollars at Las Vegas airport - yes, Las Vegas is a playground of pleasure for adults and hundreds of thousands of Brits become intoxicated by this city of glitz, glamour, neon flashing lights, and a little bit of sin.

Why go?

In Las Vegas, nestled in the middle of the Nevada desert, the places to see are the casinos within the huge hotels, the poolside party scenes, and legendary Las Vegas shows. Both old-style Vegas and more modern variations, courtesy of companies such as Cirque du Soleil.

Popular day trips from Las Vegas include Red Rock Canyon (30 minutes), the Hoover Dam (one hour), and the Grand Canyon (four hours).

How to get there

Flights to Las Vegas arrive at McCarran International Airport Las Vegas (LAS). The proximity of the airport to the Strip - the famous four-mile main road running through Vegas - means access to the fun is fairly quick and cheap.

Seats on Las Vegas flights fill up quickly, so book in advance to secure your holiday in this extremely popular destination. The flight time is around 11 hours from the UK and prices remain steady year round.
The best way to find the cheapest flight prices is to use a price-comparison site and to book early. Use the TravelSupermarket price checker tool to secure your Las Vegas flights today.

Getting to and from the airport

Many hotels offer shuttle services and various other operators will take you straight to your hotel of choice.

Buses are available, though a little bit of a pain as you must change buses to reach Strip hotels. If travelling in a group, taking a taxi could be more economical. If you plan on seeing more than the inside of a casino during your Las Vegas holiday, or if the city is the starting point of a road trip, car hire will be useful.

Where to stay

Tour the world, and a variety of ancient civilisations, by exploring the hotels on the Strip. It's free to enter - simply stroll around and gawp.

The biggest and best themed hotels are the Bellagio, MGM Grand, Caesars Palace, The Venetian, Paris, Luxor, Tropicana and Mandalay Bay. Drink in the dancing fountains of the Bellagio and imagine you're in George Clooney's 'Ocean's Eleven' gang.

Take a trip to Downtown Las Vegas, the original gambling arena that now incorporates the Fremont Street Experience, and shoot up the Stratosphere casino and hotel en route for great views of the city and hair-raising rides.