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Why Fly to Las Vegas?
Aside from the glitz, glamour and the gambling, Las Vegas has less obvious, but equally seductive, aces up its sleeves. It is home to some of the world's most opulent hotels and has its fair share of Michelin-starred restaurants. Want to escape the bright lights? The extravagant hotels also offer sumptuous spa experiences and there are some excellent golf courses in the vicinity. While none of this comes cheap, you can save money on your airfare by using Travelzoo's SuperSearch to find low-cost flights to Las Vegas.
Flying to Las Vegas from the UK
It is possible to fly direct to Las Vegas from London Gatwick and London Heathrow, but the cheapest deals can often be found on flights with one or more stops. Non-stop flights typically take around ten or eleven hours. Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburg], Newcastle, Belfast are among UK airports offering one-stop flights to Las Vegas. They go via a number of destinations, but common stops include London airports and US destinations such as Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York.
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Which Airlines Fly to Las Vegas?
Virgin Atlantic offers non-stop flights to Las Vegas from London Gatwick, while British Airways has direct flights from London Heathrow. However, the cheapest flights are sometimes indirect and it may be possible to save upwards of £100. This will typically add six or more hours to your journey depending on the carrier. Airlines offering one- and two-stop flights include KLM, Delta, US Airways, United and American Airlines.
Mini Travel Guide to Las Vegas
No trip to Las Vegas would be complete without some time spent on the Strip, the casino-lined boulevard at the heart of the city. It is here that you will find famous Vegas institutions including Bellagio, the Venetian and Caesar's Palace. Wonder at wildly-themed hotels, try your luck at a casino or take in a show to see for yourself why Las Vegas is known as the Entertainment Capital of the World. For real Vegas glitz, the Strip is best seen at night when the full impact of the bright lights and colourful neon can be fully appreciated.
If all the excitement gives you an appetite Las Vegas has some excellent fine-dining establishments, family restaurants and numerous buffets offering a mind-boggling array of cuisines from around the world.
Beyond the casinos, extravagant hotels and wedding chapels (Vegas is also known as the Wedding Capital of the World), there are some extraordinary natural and manmade sights in the surrounding area. Trips to the spectacular Grand Canyon are particularly popular, with specialist operators even offering helicopter tours of the canyon.
The impressive Hoover Dam and Lake Mead (formed by the dam) also make popular excursions. Sandy beaches dot the lake’s shoreline, and in contrast to the consumer-driven draws of the city, it offers boating, swimming and fishing.