You can't walk out of your hotel onto the Strip and everything that's there. There are a lot of pros and cons to staying off strip. Here are some depending on where off strip you are planning to stay....
With neon signs and dancing fountains along an eight-mile stretch of awesome, the Strip delivers sensory overload. Some of the latest sights to hit the Strip include a new competitive video game arena at Luxor and a virtual reality attraction at the Neon Museum. These are just the most recent developments along Las Vegas' most iconic street. Whether you want to roll the dice at one of the city's casinos, watch a world-class performance, eat at a celebrity chef's Vegas outpost or simply glory in the glittering spectacle, it can be hard to choose what to do first when you travel here. It's best to start at the beginning, at the southern end of the Strip. From south to north, here are 15 of our favorite attractions on one of the most famous roads in the world. This neon beacon has greeted visitors at the south end of Las Vegas Boulevard since , when commercial artist and prolific sign designer Betty Willis designed it as a gift to the city.
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