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Route Price
Airfares from Los Angeles (LOS ANGELES INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $77
Airfares from Albuquerque (ALBUQUERQUE INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $81
Airfares from Salt Lake City (SALT LAKE CITY INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $83
Airfares from Milwaukee (MILWAUKEE G MITCHELL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $85
Airfares from Seattle (SEATTLE/TACOMA SEA/TAC) to Las Vegas (LAS) $86
Airfares from Austin (AUSTIN BERGSTROM) to Las Vegas (LAS) $86
Airfares from Oakland (OAKLAND INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $91
Airfares from Long Beach (LONG BEACH MUNICIPAL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $96
Airfares from Cincinnati (CINCINNATI CIN N.KNTY) to Las Vegas (LAS) $102
Airfares from Santa Ana (SANTA ANA WAYNE INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $103
Airfares from San Francisco (SAN FRANCISCO INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $103
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON DULLES) to Las Vegas (LAS) $103
Airfares from Chicago (CHICAGO O'HARE) to Las Vegas (LAS) $109
Airfares from Fort Lauderdale (FT. LAUDERDALE INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $110
Airfares from San Jose (SAN JOSE) to Las Vegas (LAS) $114
Airfares from Kansas City (KANSAS CITY INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $123
Airfares from Newark (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK NEWARK INL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $125
Airfares from Cleveland (CLEVELAND HOPKINS) to Las Vegas (LAS) $125
Airfares from Ontario (ONTARIO INT'L) to Las Vegas (LAS) $128
Airfares from Houston (HOUSTON INTERCONT) to Las Vegas (LAS) $128
Airfares from Indianapolis (INDIANAPOLIS INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $130
Airfares from West Palm Beach (WEST PALM BEACH INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $133
Airfares from Atlanta (ATLANTA HARTSFIELD) to Las Vegas (LAS) $136
Airfares from Portland (PORTLAND INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $139
Airfares from Philadelphia (PHILADELPHIA PA/WILM'TON INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $139
Airfares from Sacramento (SACRAMENTO METRO) to Las Vegas (LAS) $156
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK LA GUARDIA) to Las Vegas (LAS) $160
Airfares from Orlando (ORLANDO INT'L) to Las Vegas (LAS) $162
Airfares from Tampa (TAMPA TAMPA) to Las Vegas (LAS) $162
Airfares from Minneapolis (MINNEAPOLIS INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $169
Airfares from Miami (MIAMI INT'L) to Las Vegas (LAS) $169
Airfares from Fort Worth/Dallas (DALLAS INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $170
Airfares from Detroit (DETROIT WAYNE CO) to Las Vegas (LAS) $184
Airfares from Baltimore (BALTIMORE INT'L) to Las Vegas (LAS) $189
Airfares from Pittsburgh (PITTSBURGH INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $192
Airfares from Durham/Raleigh (RALEIGH/DURHAM INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $193
Airfares from San Antonio (SAN ANTONIO INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $197
Airfares from New York (NEW YORK NY/NEWARK KENNEDY) to Las Vegas (LAS) $217
Airfares from Dallas (DALLAS LOVE) to Las Vegas (LAS) $217
Airfares from Nashville (NASHVILLE METRO) to Las Vegas (LAS) $240
Airfares from New Orleans (NEW ORLEANS INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $248
Airfares from Washington DC (WASHINGTON NATIONAL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $262
Airfares from Atlantic City (ATLANTIC CITY BADER) to Las Vegas (LAS) $270
Airfares from Knoxville (KNOXVILLE TYSON) to Las Vegas (LAS) $285
Airfares from Toronto (TORONTO PEARSON) to Las Vegas (LAS) $310
Airfares from Boston (BOSTON LOGAN) to Las Vegas (LAS) $313
Airfares from Canton/Akron (AKRON/CANTON) to Las Vegas (LAS) $319
Airfares from Edmonton (EDMONTON INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $319
Airfares from Charlotte (CHARLOTTE DOUGLAS) to Las Vegas (LAS) $325
Airfares from Providence (PROVIDENCE T. FRANCIS) to Las Vegas (LAS) $347
Airfares from Buffalo (BUFFALO INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $356
Airfares from Jacksonville (JACKSONVILLE INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $378
Airfares from Islip (LONG ISLAND MACARTHUR) to Las Vegas (LAS) $382
Airfares from Appleton (APPLETON OUTAGAM CO) to Las Vegas (LAS) $441
Airfares from Columbus (COLUMBUS INT'L) to Las Vegas (LAS) $511
Airfares from Kahului (KAHULUI) to Las Vegas (LAS) $517
Airfares from Honolulu (HONOLULU INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $545
Airfares from London (LONDON GATWICK) to Las Vegas (LAS) $593
Airfares from London (LONDON HEATHROW) to Las Vegas (LAS) $631
Airfares from Manchester (MANCHESTER INTL) to Las Vegas (LAS) $741

General Facts about Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a city in the southern part of Nevada. The city is populous and presently the largest in the United States. It came to exist when a group of traders who were going to Los Angeles in 1821 stopped for water in the area. The name Las Vegas was given by Rafael Rivera who was amongst the party of traders. Afterwards, many railroad workers and ranchers settled in the area and gradually, the city passed through many revolutions and developments

Today, Las Vegas has become the number 28 in the list of populated cities in America. Presently, the population of Las Vegas is 632,912 in 2016, and it is also a home to 2.2 million persons from all over the world. The city is known as the "resort city" because it is very popular for all forms of nightlife, fine dining, shopping, gambling and any entertainment you can imagine. Las Vegas is a beautiful town which attracts millions of visitors every year.

Vegas is known for entertainment, and many people all over the world come to spend their holidays in the city. According to the visitors' bureau report, Las Vegas recorded a total of 43 million people who visited in 2016 to enjoy everything the city has to offer. You shouldn't be surprised at all because many people come to enjoy the fantasies, romance, low-cost luxury and the casinos.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas "the resort city, " is popular for entertainment, casino activities, tours, parties and other social events that keep people coming back every year. No other city in the world can compare with Vegas when it comes to having a good time. The nightlife is second to none, and the city has been a center for fun and enjoyment. As you prepare to go there, make your schedule flexible because you may want to stay longer.



There are so many things to do once you get to Vegas and if you are not careful, you may miss some of the best places. From my experience, I recommend you start your fun by visiting "The Strip." Immediately you pass the Las Vegas welcome sign where you can stop for a beautiful picture; you will soon enter the Strip. This is where you will find most of Las Vegas what the city has to offer. Many tourists focus their journey to Vegas because all those iconic hotels and attractions are there and starting at the Strip will be worth your while. Some of the iconic landmarks you will find in that area of the city include "Bellagio Fountains" Eiffel Tower" The "Luxor Sphinx and Pyramid" "The Venetian's Grand Canal." Also, you can connect the "Mandalay Bay" at the South end and the "Stratosphere casino" at the North and where the observatory tower which stands taller than other buildings are located. You can take all the pictures you want from Vegas on the Tower. If you are up to it, you should wear your comfortable shoes and walk around the Strip. 



If you love nature and want to leave the unnatural atmosphere in the city center, take a trip to the Southwest and visit the "Red Rock Canyon". You can take follow the car route, but it will be more interesting to walk along the biking and hiking trails. Either way, you will enjoy the red hills of the Mojave Desert. Just remember to bring enough water and also apply a generous amount of sunscreen. According to what others have to say about this location, you will enjoy your visit so much that you'll be happy that you went



There are so many museums in Las Vegas that you can visit if you love history and artistic displays. Some of the prominent ones are the "Bellagio Gallery of Fine Art," "Clark County Museum," "Discovery Children's Museum," "Erotic Heritage Museum" and  "Hollywood Cars Museum." Also, you  can go to the  "Las Vegas Natural History Museum," "Lost City Museum," "Marjorie Barrack Museum," "Mob Museum," "and National Atomic Testing Museum." You can have a great day learning the history of the city, viewing the exhibitions of objects and different Arts from around the globe. Of all the museums, you can start from "The Neon Museum" and the "Mob Museum" for those beautiful displays of lights and pictures of the old gangsters. 



After your journey to history, you can go to the "LINQ" and ride the roller coaster which is as high as 550ft with a diameter of 520ft. As you ride the observation wheel, you can view the whole of Strip from a bird's-eye and understand what makes Las Vegas a tourist destination.  After your ride, consider going to the "Mandalay Bay" where you will find all the game tables, slots, and poker. Around the Bay, you will find many nightlife venues, restaurants and the "House of Blues Music Hall." Also, you will have the time of your life by renting one of the cabanas on the man-made beach in Mandalay Bay. 



Have I mentioned that Las Vegas has so many attractions prepared just for your kids if you want to show them a good time? There are so many places your kids can visit and have an unforgettable experience of Vegas. You can start exciting your children from the "Adventure Dome" which is a theme park inside a glass dome with pink trimmings. After their thrilling experience at the dome, consider taking them to the "Aquarium" which is inside the Silverton Hotel. Other exciting places like the "Big Apple Coaster," "Big Shot" and "Bodies" will complete the adventure. 



Knowing that food is very important to kick-start an adventurous day, Las Vegas has so many culinary choices to offer their visitors. You can find highly-priced dishes and even the low-budget burgers that will make your day. Most of the prominent places you can dine include "Andrea's at Encore" "Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres." If you want to eat with a beautiful view, go to "Lago by Julian Serrano" and watch the "Bellagio Fountain Show." For a very delicious breakfast after a night of adventure, you can go to the Venetian where "Bouchon Bistro" is located. If you want a taste of beer or other alcoholic drinks that are frozen to your taste, visit the "Taco Bell." Other places like "Juan' Flaming Fajitas& Cantina," "Weera Thai Restaurant", "Arawan Thai Bistro and Dessert," "Mr. Mamas" and "Garrett Popcorn Shops" No matter what you want to eat, the Strip has it for you. 



Do you want to spend some money and time shopping in Vegas? Well, there are interesting places you can visit. Some of the places you can go are the "Via Bellagio," "The Coca-Cola Store," "M&M World," "Town Square," and "Tivoli Village" in the west. "Miracle Mile Shops" and "Premium outlets" at the south. No matter the kind of things you need and the budget you have, the city of Vegas has you covered.

What's the climate like Las Vegas?

The city of Vegas has what is described as a "subtropical hot desert" climate because the city lies within the "Mojave Desert." Vegas experience a long and very hot summer, warm seasons before a short and chilly winters. Sunshine is abundant all year round. 



Vegas experiences 310 sunny days on the average. Sunshine occurs almost 86% during the daylight hours of every day. Rainfall in Las Vegas is scarce. You can count as 26 or 27 days of rainfall every year. The city is among those places that experience more sun, dryness and less humidity in North America. 



The summer in Vegas is very hot and the month of July is always the hottest in the City. Winter comes with the mild weather, but sunshine is also abundant. However, the month of December is the cloudiest and coolest in Vegas so if you are not going to the end of the year, prepare yourself for the sunny days in Vegas.

When to go to Las Vegas

If you want to enjoy your trip to Las Vegas, plan to visit around March, April, and May. The next best season is during September October and November. These are the months, but throughout the year, you will still have many travel deals. 



However, you will enjoy a moderate weather in Vegas during the spring and the fall. Many people visit during the winter to spend their new year. Most importantly, make sure that your trip falls within the mid-week so that you can get beautiful rooms at lower rates. Also before you go, check the convention schedule so that you will know the hotels that are occupied with hosting conventions so that you can get better deals elsewhere.

How to get there

There are three airports in Las Vegas. "The McCarran International Airport," "Henderson Executive Airport" and "North Las Vegas Airport." The McCarran airport is an international airport which has two terminals for passengers. Terminal 1 & 2 and each terminal services specific countries from all over the world. The second is for private purposes, air taxi or charter. The third airport which is the Henderson is for Tour operations. 



As you land at the McCarran Airport, you can take the RTC bus into the city for a few dollars. The bus line offers a 24-hour service, and it is very easy and affordable. If you don't want to take the bus, you can rent a limo or Taxis which are available at the airport.



However, if your direct stop is the Strip, it will be very easy to get there because the international airport is across Mandalay Bay and many of the hotels provide shuttle services which can pick you from the airport. You can also rent a car as you land but we advise against it due to the heavy traffic and parking cost in the Strip.