Las Vegas: Places to Explore

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  • Center Strip

    It's fitting that this part of the Strip comprises the heart of today's Las Vegas. Even before the $8.5-billion CityCenter project was completed, this stretch captured the American consciousness...

  • Downtown

    With neon lights, single-deck blackjack, and a host of new attractions that spotlight yesteryear, old Vegas is alive and well Downtown.

    This neighborhood revolves around Fremont Street, a covered...

  • Henderson and Lake Las Vegas

    Suburbia spreads quickly to the southeast of the Las Vegas Strip, and it continues to spread; Henderson is one of the fastest growing cities in the entire nation. Much of this area is residential,...

  • North Strip

    Like the best nights out, the North Strip is the perfect mix of luxury and opulence, fun and debauchery—a blend of the very best that Vegas has to offer in high-end, low-brow, and laugh-out-loud...

  • Paradise Road and the East Side

    The East Side of Las Vegas, an area that includes Paradise Road and stretches to the University District, is as eclectic as it is convenient. Much of the area is residential, save for a handful of...

  • South Strip

    Fun and fantasy collide on the South Strip. Whether it's a man-made beach lagoon, a glass pyramid, a medieval castle, or an Oz-like complex, imagination in these parts most certainly runs wild.

    A first-time...

  • Summerlin and Red Rock Canyon

    There's a master plan behind the Western suburb of Summerlin, and it shows. The town—which was founded by movie legend Howard Hughes—has been developed and built out according to a...

  • West Side

    The West Side of Las Vegas technically isn't a suburb (it's actually part of Las Vegas proper), but it sure feels like one. Big-box stores and fast-food chains abound. Housing developments sit on...

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