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Fountains of Bellagio: Our most recommended tours and activities

Las Vegas: Self-Guided Sightseeing Highlights Digital Tour

1. Las Vegas: Self-Guided Sightseeing Highlights Digital Tour

Take advantage of a self-guided city experience immediately on arrival in Las Vegas. Use the unique navigation functionality, which makes self-guiding easy. Follow itineraries including sights like Bellagio Fountains, the High Roller, the Las Vegas sign, and the Venetian resort. Enjoy fascinating storytelling from your guide as you explore and immerse yourself in lesser know history and what made this desert city world-famous. Tune into your audio commentary and uncover the secrets and history of Sin City. Take a break from sightseeing and visit one of Las Vegas' countless eateries, bars, and shopping districts. When you’re ready, plan your next walking route, pinpoint your favorite sights, and source the best photo hotspots, as you continue your exploration of the glitz capital.

Las Vegas Helicopter Tour-Strip Night Flight with Transfer

2. Las Vegas Helicopter Tour-Strip Night Flight with Transfer

The king of Las Vegas helicopter tours! Experience the magnificence of the Las Vegas Strip from the sky aboard a luxurious sightseeing helicopter. This is the most impressive way to see the Strip casinos and neon lights. Board an Airbus ECO-Star EC-130, the safest and most comfortable tourism helicopter, and fly over legendary landmarks such as the fountains of Bellagio, the Eiffel Tower of Paris casino, the clock tower in St. Mark's Square of the Venetian Hotel, the Luxor Hotel pyramid and space beam, New York-New York Hotel & Casino skyline, and more. Reach the end of the Strip, continue past The STRAT, and fly over the colorful and historic Downtown Las Vegas, where the legend of this gambling town began and still thrives. Your sightseeing helicopter returns to the Papillon VIP terminal, offering the same view of the Strip in reverse.

Las Vegas: Self-Drive Strip Tour in an Electric EVR car

3. Las Vegas: Self-Drive Strip Tour in an Electric EVR car

Our EVR electric cars feature comfortable seating for two, a top speed of 75 MPH, and a range of 100 city miles per charge. With just a brief familiarization with the simple controls, anyone can drive one of our EVR cars. We give you a quick lesson once you arrive and then your on your way to go have some fun! On this 1 hour self-guided tour through the Las Vegas Strip you can see places like * The New Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas Sign - The sign marks the classic start to the famous Las Vegas Strip * The STRAT Hotel & Sky Pod - Visible throughout the city, the iconic STRAT is where the Las Vegas Strip begins and ends. The STRAT is home to the tallest freestanding observation tower * The Home of the Hit TV Series Pawn Stars - The Gold and Silver Pawn Shop, where the popular reality show Pawn Stars is filmed, has become a tourist destination now more popular than the wedding chapels * The Las Vegas Strip - The most recognizable street in Las Vegas. It is home to the most famous hotels and casinos * Wedding Row - The 12 colorful banners in Wedding Row feature happy couples tying the knot in Las Vegas and are located downtown where there are multiple chapels offering a plethora of ways to get hitched. The banners can be seen hanging from downtown light posts along Third Street between Bridger and Bonneville avenues, on Lewis Avenue between Casino Center Boulevard and Third, on Bridger between Casino Center and Third, and other locations downtown. Tourists make up about 80 percent of marriage licenses issued in Southern Nevada, according to the Marriage License Bureau. In February 2022, the county issued its 5-millionth marriage license. * Resorts World - Hilton's Largest property * Circus Circus - Features an indoor Amusement Park * The Bellagio Fountains - It consists of a musical fountain show performed in an 8.5-acre (3.4 ha) man-made lake in front of the resort. The show uses 1,214 water nozzles and 4,792 lights. The fountains shoot as high as 460 feet. The attraction was built for $40 million, making it one of the most expensive fountains in the world. It is a signature attraction for Las Vegas, and one of the most photographed places in the United States. * Area 15 - A new entertainment district in Las Vegas that is testing the boundaries of perception and imagination with a collection of immersive experiences and monumental art installations, unlike anything you’ve seen before. The massive entertainment complex is taking Las Vegas by storm with things to do, museums to explore, thrills, adventure, shopping, food, and more. The fountains go off every 30 minutes from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., and every 15 minutes from 7 p.m. to midnight. Its definitely a must see for anyone visiting . Having a blast and you want additional time to go explore more of Las Vegas? No problem ! Just give us a call and ask to have your tour extended! Electric Vegas Rentals - " The Fun Starts Here"

Photoshoot at The Las Vegas Strip & Bellagio Fountains

4. Photoshoot at The Las Vegas Strip & Bellagio Fountains

Stretching along Las Vegas Boulevard, the Strip is a vibrant tapestry of world-renowned resorts and non-stop entertainment. Against the backdrop of dazzling lights or the iconic dancing water jets of the mesmerising Bellagio Fountains, this iconic destination is the perfect place to capture memories. Your photographer will meet you at the location and skilfully guide you through the photoshoot using their local knowledge, capturing stunning images that reflect the magic and beauty of your trip to Las Vegas. After the photoshoot, you will receive your edited photos in a digital gallery link within 48 hours directly to your phone or email. Ready to have an unforgettable time in Las Vegas? Book your photoshoot now to capture everlasting memories in the vibrant energy of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas Night tour in Spanish

5. Las Vegas Night tour in Spanish

Enjoy a tour of this Nevada city that is famous for its casinos and its extravagant nightlife. At the beginning of our tour we will walk the main street, admiring some of the theme hotels such as Bellagio with its famous fountain, the Venetian Hotel where we will see the canals with their gondolas, the fantastic volcano of the Mirage Hotel Then we will go to the downtown or old city of Las Vegas, where Freemont Street is located, the most photographed street in the world. Here we will have the experience of seeing a show with more than 14 million lights that will be a delight.

Las Vegas: Private 2-hour Guided Sidecar Tour with Drink

6. Las Vegas: Private 2-hour Guided Sidecar Tour with Drink

A 2-hour sidecar motorcycle guided tour in Las Vegas offers an unforgettable adventure that takes you through the iconic Las Vegas Strip to downtown, where you can see historic landmarks, colorful street art, and enjoy a unique perspective of the city. This thrilling experience allows you to ride in a vintage sidecar motorcycle with an experienced guide, who will take you on an exciting journey that includes stops at popular photo spots, such as the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, Fremont Street, and the Arts District. Along the way, you'll hear fascinating stories about the city's history, culture, and famous attractions. See the world-famous Welcome to Las Vegas sign, stop for a photo op at the city most iconic landmark designed by Betty Willis and erected in 1959, the sign has become a symbol of Las Vegas and a popular tourist attraction. The sign's design features a neon-lit starburst, a bold "Welcome" greeting, and a classic art deco style. Then ride through stunning Bellagio, famous for its impressive fountain show, which is set to music and features more than 1,200 water jets shooting water up to 460 feet into the air. The hotel's lobby also features a stunning glass ceiling made up of more than 2,000 hand-blown glass flowers. In addition to its famous fountain show, the Bellagio is also home to an art gallery, botanical gardens, a conservatory, and several high-end restaurants. The hotel has been featured in many movies and TV shows, including "Ocean's Eleven" and "The Hangover." Pass by the towering Stratosphere that features a 1,149-foot-tall tower, which is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the United States. Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Fremont Street named after American explorer John C. Fremont that was once the city's main thoroughfare. Today, it is known for its lively atmosphere and popular attractions such as the Fremont Street Experience, which features a giant Led canopy and a variety of street performers. Fremont Street is also home to several iconic casinos, including the Golden Nugget and the Four Queens. It is a must-visit destination for anyone looking to experience the energy and excitement of Las Vegas beyond the famous Strip. Finally learn about the city's colorful history in Arts District also known as 18b, it is a vibrant neighborhood located south of downtown Las Vegas. In the 1990s, the city started investing in the area, and it has since become a hub for artists, musicians, and creative entrepreneurs. The district is home to numerous galleries, vintage shops, restaurants, and bars, and hosts a popular monthly First Friday event featuring live music, food trucks, and art exhibits. The colorful murals and street art found throughout the area have also made it a popular spot for Photos Ride in style and comfort on our classic Ural sidecar motorcycle with a knowledgeable and friendly guide. This is a unique and unforgettable way to see the best of Las Vegas.

Las Vegas: Sidecar Tour of the Las Vegas Strip by Night

7. Las Vegas: Sidecar Tour of the Las Vegas Strip by Night

Experience the glittering lights of the Las Vegas Strip on a 1-hour vintage sidecar motorcycle tour at night. Starting with a photo stop at the iconic Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign, as the sun sets over the desert, the Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas sign illuminates the night sky. The bright neon lights and shining stars create a magical atmosphere, drawing visitors in for a photo opportunity. The sign, a symbol of the city's glamour and excitement, stands tall and proud, welcoming all to experience the glitz and glamour of the Las Vegas Strip. As the vintage sidecar motorcycle pulls up for a stop, passengers are surrounded by the buzzing energy of the city, making for an unforgettable night tour experience. You'll cruise down the Strip, passing by the Bellagio fountains that are an iconic Las Vegas attraction. The fountains become even more mesmerizing at night when they are lit up with colorful lights. The water dances and sways to the rhythm of music, creating a magical and unforgettable experience for visitors. The fountains have been featured in numerous films and TV shows, and their nightly shows draw large crowds of tourists and locals alike. With the illuminated Las Vegas skyline in the background, the Bellagio Fountains by night are a must-see sight on any trip to Sin City. The Eiffel Tower at the Paris Las Vegas hotel is a sight to behold by night. Standing at 460 feet, it is a half-scale replica of the original in Paris. As the sun sets, the tower is illuminated with thousands of lights, creating a stunning display of colors against the night sky. Visitors can take an elevator to the top of the tower for breathtaking views of the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding desert. It's a perfect spot for a romantic night out or a memorable photo opportunity. The High Roller Observation Wheel at The Linq at night, the High Roller is illuminated by a vibrant light show that can be seen from miles away. As you ride the wheel, you can enjoy a bird's-eye view of the famous Las Vegas Strip, including the glittering lights of the casinos and resorts below. Your knowledgeable guide will share insider stories about each landmark, while you soak up the electric energy of Las Vegas by night. Don't miss this unforgettable adventure.

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