Las Vegas is the only city where you can travel around the world in 4.2 miles. From the canals of Venice to the most famous landmark in Paris, there is nowhere else in the world that has so many iconic destinations in one place. Let’s take a trip around the world by travelling down the Las Vegas Strip…
The Venetian was built to resemble the famous Italian city of Venice offering canals for gondola rides and breathtaking Italian architecture throughout. Stroll through a replica of Saint Mark’s Square and watch performances involving elaborate costumes, classic Italian songs and living statues. Enjoy many classic Italian restaurants from chefs such as Mario Batali, Emeril Lagasse and Wolfgang puck. For more information, visit http://www.venetian.com/.
Modeled after the most visited city in the world, with a replica of Paris’ most famous landmark, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe and the Paris Opera House, it is hard to not get carried away. The French inspired interior, cobble stoned walkways of the Paris shops and delicious bakeries all add to the experience of the Paris. For more information, visit http://www.parislasvegas.com/.
Named after the Roman Emperor, Caesar’s Palace is nothing short of spectacular with classical architecture, imperial statues and rotunda columns throughout. Only adding to the luxury of this casino, the Forum Shops house some of the world’s most famous designer stores. For more information, visit http://www.caesarspalace.com/.
Designed after the real Monte Carlo in Monaco, the Monte Carlo Casino does not disappoint. Throughout the hotel, guest will find chandelier domes, marble floors, neoclassical arches, ornate fountains and promenades that evoke a sense of Monaco. For more information, visit http://www.montecarlo.com/.
Famed for its elegance, the Bellagio is one of the most famous casinos on the Strip. Inspired by the Lake Como in Italy, it is easy to understand why this luxurious casino is home to the world renowned dancing water fountains. The interior of the casino filled with touches of Italy from its marble floors to ornate blown glass fixtures. For more information, visit http://www.bellagio.com/.
If you are looking to visit a tropical oasis in the middle of a desert, look no further than The Mirage. Surrounded by luscious palm trees, tropical gardens and even a volcano, this casino promises to be the perfect spot for a getaway. For more information, visit http://www.mirage.com/.
Famous for its pyramid shape and 315,000 watt beam of light that is visible from space, The Luxor has become an iconic destination in Vegas. Highly committed to an Egyptian theme, the Luxor has sphinxes surrounding the grounds and lobby, hieroglyphics that are used throughout the hotel and elevators that move diagonally to accommodate the building’s exterior. For more information, visit http://www.luxor.com/.