Las Vegas, often called Sin City, is one of America’s most-visited cities. You can visit New York, Paris, Italy and Egypt all within several blocks, eat 24 hours a day, gamble on anything and everything, learn the history of both pinball machines and the mob’s role in the city’s growth and visit a graveyard full of neon signs.

A city to cover all 7 deadly sins

Las Vegas, often called Sin City, is one of America’s most-visited cities. You can visit New York, Paris, Italy and Egypt all within several blocks, eat 24 hours a day, gamble on anything and everything, learn the history of both pinball machines and the mob’s role in the city’s growth and visit a graveyard full of neon signs. If you can dream it up, you’ll probably find it in Las Vegas. There is something for every traveller on the famed Las Vegas Strip including lions, sharks and pirates!

Music, lights, laughing, and lots of money can be yours with a trip to Freemont Street. Described as "vintage style", it offers classic gambling, free entertainment, and first class amenities.

Freemont Street, Las Vegas: The soul of Sin City

Music, lights, laughing, and lots of money can be yours with a trip to Freemont Street. Described as “vintage style”, it offers classic gambling, free entertainment, and first class amenities. Visitors can stroll down the same street as the original “Rat Pack” as they enjoy live bands and street performers juggling fire. Make a bet on a “one arm bandit” or slip down a water slide that shoots you through a shark tank. Excitement is around every corner on this fantastic street of lights.