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You know what they say: What happens in Vegas will one day ruin your job prospects, because photoslive on the internet forever. Or something like that. It doesn’t matter. Holidays to Las Vegas are still a good idea—just don’t go online after that third gin and tonic.
Ready to party? Las Vegas flights from lastminute.com.au land smack-dab in the middle of the action. Before you know it, you’ll be sitting poolside outside replicas of famous landmarks or blowing on a set of dice in your favourite casino.
So, which car should you rent in Sin City? Trick question, you’re drunk. No keys for you.
Flights to Las Vegas land at McCarran International Airport (LAS), which is just 4km from The Strip. A quick shuttle or cab ride will have you in the lobby of your hotel before you can say, “Hey, is that guy still wearing his feather boa from last night?”
When you need to get to the other end of The Strip, hop on the tram or hail a yellow cab outside of your hotel. If you sober up and decide you want to make the trek to the Hoover Dam, though, a rental car is easy to come by.
Many of our cheap flights to Las Vegas land in the morning. Plop down your bags at the hotel and head straight for the pool. Too early for a drink, you say? What are you, an amateur? Get a Bloody Mary in your hand, stat. Landing in the evening? Las Vegas hotels are just getting turnt. Headline shows, nightclubs and the dancing Bellagio fountains are just the beginning.
If you want to escape the famed S. Las Vegas Boulevard for a bit, head downtown. Once the sun goes to sleep, the technicolour Fremont Street Experience will take your breath away. It’s like you ate a special brownie and followed Alice through the looking glass. You’ll love it.
Book your flight to Las Vegas on lastminute.com.au right now! The canals of Venice and pyramids of Egypt await…sort of.