Las Vegas is the unicorn of cities. Fantastical, fabulous, bizarre and unique, the exciting excess of Vegas is unrepeated anywhere in the world. The lure of this mafia-built oasis in the desert is irresistible and forty million visitors a year are drawn by the luminous, ethereal majesty of the Strip, where the party never ends.
Of course, the city is built on gambling – they prefer ‘gaming’ – but there is so much to see and do here, you might not have time to feed a one-armed bandit, bluff a Stetson-wearing cowboy, double down at blackjack or try to understand craps.
In recent years the city has tried to shift from the ‘Sin City’ reputation to a more entertainment-based dynamic and the range of attractions is beyond extraordinary. This evolutionary imperative is a part of Las Vegas’ constant reinvention and make return visits seem like the first.
The casinos in Vegas famously don’t have clocks – and neither should you. Vegas is at its best in the wee small hours when inhibitions are down and spirits are up. Mind-boggling, head-swimming and genuinely surreal, the glitz and kitsch of late night Las Vegas is a mesmerising cornucopia of unforgettable fascinations.
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