Las Vegas Strip
Fountains and attractions of Las Vegas Strip at night
Fountains and attractions of Las Vegas Strip at night

Las Vegas Strip Tours and Tickets

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Lined with Sin City’s top hotels and largest casinos, the glittering 4.2-mile (6.8-kilometer) Las Vegas Strip is the United States’ biggest adult playground. Look out for over-the-top architecture, revel in trendy nightclubs, take in dazzling shows and Cirque du Soleil performances, and sink forks into five-star dinners. Hotel highlights include iconic complexes such as Treasure Island, the Venetian, MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Bellagio, and Caesars Palace.

  • Las Vegas Valley, Nevada

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Kai_W, Nov 2023
Great Experience i. Las Vegas
Maverick's latest Vegas helicopter tour to the Grand Canyon dazzled with breathtaking views and exceptional service. Passengers enjoyed a serene, scenic journey, highlighting the beauty of the Grand Canyon and the Las Vegas Strip.
Preston_D, Nov 2023
Great experience
The full experience was great I wish we would have gotten more than the one hour. Next time for my birthday I’m definitely going to get more time. The driver Chris was kind and professional. He contacted me plenty of time before so we knew where to meet up. The bus was clean and perfect for our fun!
Lisa_H, Nov 2023
An amazing experience
The whole experience was amazing .. was kept informed at all times up to the pick up.. the drivers were very lovely.. the information was very good on the safety aspect . Then the flight over the strip was amazing
Glen_m, Nov 2023
Lovely
It was my wife’s first time flying in a helicopter - AND first time in Vegas for both of us. We were in the back which made it difficult to see and video a whole lot. Other than that, it was professionally run and I never felt our safety was compromised. Thank you for giving her a great experience.
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Q:What is the best way to tour the Las Vegas Strip?
A:You can stroll the Las Vegas Strip on a walking tour, zip around on a Segway, ride on a hop-on, hop-off bus, or take a scenic helicopter flight at night or during the day. If you’re walking along the Strip, remember that the distance between casinos can be deceptive, and they may appear much closer than they actually are.
Q:How long does it take to walk the Las Vegas Strip?
A:The Las Vegas Strip is about 4.2 miles (7 kilometers) and can take 1 to 2 hours to walk from end to end, depending on your pace and how many stops you make along the way. Also, large crowds can slow down your progress. The Strip can get extremely hot, especially during the summer, making the walk more challenging.
Q:Can you see the Las Vegas Strip by helicopter tour?
A:Yes. A helicopter tour of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding region is a popular option, particularly at night when you can see the neon lights. You’ll pass by the mega-resorts and landmarks, including the Bellagio, the Mirage, and the Fremont Street Experience. Helicopter tours are typically in the air for about 10-15 minutes.
Q:What can you see on a bus tour of the Las Vegas Strip?
A:A bus tour of the Las Vegas Strip allows you to cover more ground in less time. Hop aboard an open-top double-decker bus to see Sin City during the day or at night, making stops along the way. Pass by iconic sights like the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, the Bellagio Fountains, the Strat, the High Roller Observation Wheel, and more.
Q:Can you tour the Las Vegas Strip in a limousine?
A:Yes. You can book a limo tour of the Las Vegas Strip with pickup at your hotel. Typically, they make stops at popular sites like the “Welcome to Las Vegas” sign, the Bellagio fountains, and the Mirage volcano show, or you might have the option to customize your itinerary. Limousine tours also usually provide champagne.
Q:Are there bathrooms on the Las Vegas Strip?
A:Yes. All of the casinos and hotels on the Las Vegas Strip have public bathrooms—you just need to know where to find them. Generally, you’ll find restrooms in the hotel lobby. In the casino area, head toward the sportsbook and high-limit poker room or near the buffet; you’ll usually find one around there.