Travel & Outdoors
In 2015, Las Vegas offers Broadway production shows, the beauty of the desert, snow-covered mountains and a thriving downtown. Whether coming for a weekend or extended vacation, Southern Nevada features a variety of activities.
Las Vegas is more than a mecca for tourists. It is home to 2 million residents living in Southern Nevada, many of whom will spend the holidays in Las Vegas. Whether it is a day in snow or enjoying lighting displays, holidays are celebrated in a big way.
Las Vegas is the ideal place to visit during the holiday season. You can have your choice of natural beauty or the glitz of the Strip.
See all that The District at GVR has to offer with this guide.
Tourists who visit Las Vegas usually have no idea that this is a great place for families. Here are the top five places to take yours.
Whatever you plan, there is nothing like being one with nature during the fall season. These getaways will allow just that.
Whether it’s a luxurious couples spa, a night at a bed and breakfast or a couple of nights nestled in the mountains near the city, parents can recharge their batteries and fuel a bit of the romance that it’s so difficult to find time for when you have a family.
Camping is an activity that many Las Vegas-area families enjoy, both for the affordable cost and just to get away from the city for a while. Here is a list of the top five camping sites near Las Vegas.
Artists and other creative types have created The Las Vegas Arts District in the neighborhood known as 18b. This eclectic neighborhood features arts, food, historic buildings redesigned and offers a feel of Las Vegas combining the past of the neighborhood with the 21st century.
There’s something magical about playing basketball outside on a hot summer’s evening at a well-maintained and accessible court. When the lights come on, the magic begins, and thoughts of fitness and exercise fly away as you jump, dribble and shoot some hoops.