Las Vegas Strip Overview
Ah, the glittery denizens of the Las Vegas Strip. Everyone is familiar with the nighttime pictures of the Strip landscape, full of billboard, neon, and flashing lights. Of course, there is more to the strip than meets the eye. The Las Vegas Strip is an approximately three-mile stretch of road between Sahara Avenue and Tropicana Avenue. Some of the largest hotel, casino and resort destinations in the world are situated on The Strip. As an example, consider this fact: 18 of the 25 largest hotels in the world are on The Strip.
The Las Vegas Strip is a dynamic stretch of road, so it is sometimes difficult to keep track of the casinos that line its street. Today its occupants are Bally's Las Vegas, Bellagio, Bill's Gamblin' Hall and Saloon, Caesars Palace, Casino Royale and Hotel, Excalibur, Flamingo, Harrah's, Imperial Palace, Luxor, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, Mirage, Monte Carlo, New York-New York, Pallazo, Paris, Planet Hollywood,
In addition to world-class casinos, there is much world-class shopping and free things to do in Vegas Strip. Some notable examples are the Venetian's Grand Canal Shoppes, the Caesars Forum Shops, and Planet Hollywood's Miracle Mile. Family themed attractions include the Circus Circus Adventuredome and Gameworks.Riviera, Sahara, Stratosphere, Treasure Island (TI), Tropicana, Venetian, and the Wynn. Each hotel features its own gamut of entertainment options including shows and free attractions.
You won't have to walk the Strip is 3 miles sounds too long for you. The double decker bus The Deuce runs up and down the strip. There is also a monorail and some free shuttles between certain casinos. The Las Vegas Strip has a long history, from its first hotel, El Rancho Vegas, to its current range of casinos. Whichever way you choose to be part of the Strip, come explore and be a part of history.