The Las Vegas Strip was created to dazzle visitors, and its infinitely-growing number of things to see has made it one of the most sought after places in the world. Although you should expect crowds, you can take strolls during the night or day and encounter some of the most beautiful and unique scenery that you’ve likely never to have seen elsewhere. Let’s take a look at the top 10 places that anyone visiting Las Vegas should see.
10. Fountains of Bellagio
Who could have ever guessed that checking out water in the desert of Las Vegas could be so entertaining? Well, the fountains at the Bellagio are far from what you would consider a boring spectacle. During the day, you can watch every half hour as they spew out water rhythmically and while playing sounds. At night, it becomes even better as lights are incorporated into the show. Millions of people visit Las Vegas every year in order to come face to face with this one-of-a-kind attraction.
9. Stratosphere Tower
There is no better reason than to hold on as you are suspended hundreds of stories over the Vegas ground-at least that is what the Stratosphere Tower had thought. After incorporating a variety of thrill rides onto their casino (X-Scream, High Roller Coaster, Big Shot), they were able to give people experiences that they wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else on Earth. At night, the view is amazing as you are able to see the entire strip as it contrasts with the lightless Las Vegas dessert.
8. Volcano at the Mirage
If you love attractions that can make you tremble inside then you’ll definitely love to check out the volcano at the Mirage. Watch as smoke and flames erupt from an artificial volcano every single night from seven until midnight. It is quite a spectacle to see and it is a must-see when visiting Las Vegas.
7. Red Rock Canyon
While you won’t find Red Rock Canyon on the strip of Vegas, it is also something you should lay your eyes upon when visiting the city. The canyon is only a twenty minute drive from the strip and will provide you with a unique and exhilarating sense of the Vegas dessert. The red rock sculptures are massive and awe-inspiring. And not to mention, the entire 13-mile drive offers plenty of places to see and stop.
6. Eiffel Tower at Paris
You don’t have to fly all the way to Paris in order to see the Eiffel Tower. You can check out a half-scaled down version of it at the Paris in Las Vegas. This is an iconic attraction on the strip and you can even get inside of it. The 460 elevator ride to the top of the tower will provide you with a breath taking view. It can even be an excellent place to take your significant other on a romantic getaway on the strip. Plus, there is a restaurant inside of the tower so that you can rest, grab a bit to eat, and enjoy the scenery.