by Roam & Thrive
The best time to visit Las Vegas coincides with avoiding the worst of the heat. For this reason, the best time to visit Las Vegas is during the shoulder seasons of spring (March to May) and fall (September to November). During this time, the weather is pleasantly mild, with temperatures from the mid-70s to mid-80s.
Honestly, one day isn't enough for Vegas but if that's all you have it's doable. It's certainly a good amount of time to get a lot out of the city's main attractions like the Strip. You will need more time to explore the area outside the city.
If you’re spending a day in Vegas then you probably have a car and are doing a road trip to the surrounding area. If that’s the case you’ll can use your car to get around Vegas too. Places like the ‘Welcome to Vegas’ sign, downtown and Seven Magic Mountain you need a car to get to. If you’re staying 24 hours in Vegas, make sure to book a hotel with parking- most of the large hotels on the strip have parking.
Vegas has a spectacular dining scene. Vegas’ dining scene is constantly changing and evolving and the city has some spectacular places to enjoy when visiting. From local taco joints to Michelin-star cuisine, you can find almost anything your taste buds dream of in Las Vegas. READ OUR DINING RECS HERE
While you’re on The Strip, it’s also worth checking out the famous themed hotels. Some of the most iconic themed hotels in Las Vegas include the Luxor Hotel & Casino. Its pyramid shape and sphinx outside are the most notable. There’s also Paris Hotel Resort, New York Hotel and Excalibur Hotel and Casino that have a Medieval Theme. FIND OUT MORE
So, a day in Vegas is certainly not enough time to visit the Grand Canyon but you can most certainly fly over it in a helicopter. Flights depart from Las Vegas, making this one of the most thrilling and memorable experiences during 1 day in Las Vegas.
On the outskirts of the city, you’ll find the Ethel M Chocolate Factory and beside it, the Ethel M Botanical Cactus Garden. It’s one of the best places to visit on a day trip to Vegas. This is Nevada’s largest cactus garden. It’s a three-acre gem that’s full of native and foreign plant-species, more than 300 to be exact. FIND OUT MORE HERE
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