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Las Vegas, of course, is the place to throw caution (and your cash) to the wind.
Gamble 24/7, cruise down the Strip and tone up before you hit one of the infamous pool parties at a legendary Vegas hotel. Whatever your poison or proclivity, Las Vegas delivers come the evening.
The USA has given the world some extraordinary music.
Elvis Presley fan? Book your ticket to Memphis – his former Graceland home is a shrine to the man and the music.
Memphis, Tennessee, also saw the birth of rock and roll, the blues, and soul. It is home to Sun Studios, where Elvis, BB King and Johnny Cash recorded hits. Stax Studios, 10 minutes away, is where Otis Redding began recording in 1962. It is now home to the Stax Museum of American Soul Music.
Staying in Tennessee, Nashville is the capital of country music and is the place to go on the trail of Hank Williams, Dolly Parton and friends. Historic venue, the Grand Ole Opry, is still going strong and you can find innumerable honky-tonks across town serving up country with a rougher, readier sound.
Jazz was born in New Orleans and, along with blues and soul, travelled north to Chicago, which has one of America’s best live-music scenes. Listen out for the Chicago Jazz Festival, which welcomes the best jazz musicians from around the world every year.
Need a bite to eat pre-pub/club/bar/casino/theatre? Head on over to our eating out in the USA page for stomach-rumbling inspiration.