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Two Days in Las Vegas

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You can do a whole lot of things in two days in Las Vegas. In your 48 hours trip, you can discover the city's mega casinos, enjoy nightlife in the thrilling nightclubs in the Strip, savor amazing food in numerous fine restaurants and visit the uniquely beautiful museums and historic sites. To make your travel easier, we have made put together a perfect 48 hours travel itinerary for you.

Day 1 to discover the sparkling ciy, Las Vegas

Below is the Complete Map of Day 1

7 am: Start with a classic buffet breakfast. Buffet breakfast at Mandalay Bay, The Wynn and Paris are highly recommended.

11 am: This time can be good for some fun and excitement. Take a taxi and head to the Midway at Excalibur or down to Circus Circus for rides and arcade games. You can also check out the heart-stopping rides atop Stratosphere.

1 pm: Visit The Crystals for ultra-high-end shopping. With its decoration it feels more like a gallery than a mall. Take a taxi to reach the Mirage, see Dolphin Habitat, Roy's Secret Garden and  Siegfried and exciting large felines beneath an erupting volcano as well as white tigers.

2 pm: Time for lunch now. Take a taxi to Mandarin Oriental, located in the heart of the Strip. This is a luxurious Vegas hotel known for its amazing food. Also you can head to MGM Grand, one of the topmost resorts and casinos in Vegas known for serving amazing food and unlimited fun.

4 pm: Las Vegas is a shopping destination for you to have an ultimate shopping experience. The Forum Shops at Caesars, the Shoppes at the Palazzo , or Town Square Las Vegas are splendid places to satiate your shopping hunger.

6 pm: At 6 pm you can just wander through the Strip and take a cab to Wynn, one of the classiest resorts on the Strip. You can opt for window shopping and admiring the elegance of this upscale resort.

8 pm: Take a cab to Fremont Street, where you can experience classic Las Vegas, located in downtown Las Vegas. The Fremont Street Experience consists of more than 12.5 million LED lights and plays on the biggest screen in the world, 90 feet above the Fremont Street pedestrian mall.

9 pm: Take a taxi and reach any of the restaurants located in the Strip like Top of the World, Planet Hollywood Restaurant, Cili Restaurant and Bar, all of them are well known for classy ambiance and scrumptious food.

11pm: At 11 pm, grab some drinks and beer at First Food & Bar at the Palazzo. This is a good place to take a bite of Dr Pepper–glazed ribs or chicken and waffles with honey-bourbon maple syrup.

12 midnight: The night is still young in Vegas. Indulge in a little gambling with good beer, cocktail, music, dance party, in some notable clubs such as Insert Coin(s), Commonwealth or Vesper.

Another fun day ahead! Day 2 in Las Vegas

8 am: This is just a fantastic time to see the Stratosphere tower. The Stratosphere Las Vegas is the tallest freestanding observation tower in the nation. Don't even think of missing this view.

10 am: Take a taxi to reach the Las Vegas Art Museum, the Clark County Heritage Museum, the Nevada State Museum & Historical Society all known for portraying the culture of the city.

12 noon: The Cactus Garden of the Ethel M. Chocolates factory is known for 300 cacti and desert-plant species. Check this one out for some good knowledge about the garden.

2 pm: Hungry after day’s work. Take a cab and reach Luxor hotel for its essence of portraying Egyptian culture. Le Thai at 523 Fremont Street serves a swift, tasty lunch. The Beef and vegetable stir fry, along with a lemonade, is a must try.

4 pm: Walk through the pedestrianized Fremont Street Experience Street in Downtown to learn about the city's neon history. Wherever you look, you will see neon lights blazing. Infact, one of the symbols of the city is the giant neon cowboy Vegas Vic.

6 pm: Take a cab to Debbie Reynolds Hotel/Casino/Hollywood Movie Museum, where Debbie and the Uptown Country Singers take the show to supercamp.

8 pm: It’s dinner time and your options are open. Take a taxi and go to the Venetian to have an Italianesque bite by the famous faux canal, with its singing gondoliers. The dining experience at the Cosmopolitan is just worthwhile. Bellagio hotel dinner is also a worthwhile experience.

11 pm: Nighttime is the right time for exploring Las Vegas. It’s time for burning the dance floor!! Head to Hakkasan, Hyde Bellagio, Life, Light, Marquee, Tao, XS for having exciting nightlife.

12 midnight: Midnight is a great time for munching. In the Strip visit 24-hour Cafe, America, Bootlegger Bistro, Cafe at Monte Carlo Casino/Hotel, which are open 24 hours so that you have a quick bite to satiate your midnight carvings.

Below is the Complete Map of Day 2

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