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Las Vegas

Las Vegas

In the middle of the Nevada dessert lies, like a Fata Morgana the casino city Las Vegas. Established in 1905, Las Vegas officially became a city in 1911, with the following growth towards a population of 1,8 million people and tolerance of adult entertainment the city Las Vegas earned the title of Sin City.

When landing at Las Vegas international airport it’s a not to miss sight: the neon lights combining the large hotels, strip clubs and casinos on the strip. Once landed and checked in through customs, you’ll see gambling machines left and right till you hit the taxi stand which is followed by an amazing start of your Las Vegas trip, the taxi ride to town with a close up view of the hotels on the strip, the limousines and luxury cars fill the traffic sight beneath bright neon lights from the casinos, not to forget being welcomed by the world famous Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Nevada city sign.

When visiting Las Vegas make sure to bring extra energy for the many shopping facilities, fine dining experiences and adult entertainment including gambling, magic shows, strip and nightclubs. Besides its being known for the Sin City in the United States locally, worldwide Las Vegas has the reputation of being called The Entertainment Capital of the World.

Travelers to the United States / Las Vegas are required to have a valid passport. Depending on your: nationality, reason to visit or length of stay you may be required a visa. Travelers entering the United States to visit Las Vegas are advised to contact the local USA embassy to verify before leaving.

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