Don’t you just hate it when you’re finally on holiday, you have so much you want to see and do!
Then you realise you don’t know of the best ways to get anywhere! Let us help save the hassle and time! There are a few ways to get around Las Vegas and we will share them with you.
There are some instances where you’ll be able to save your money to get around – all you need is the knowledge!
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VEGAS By: Foot
Sometimes the best way to get somewhere is with your own two feet. You may find that where you want to be is just around the corner, take a walk on your first day in Sin City and get your bearings quickly.
You also never know who you’ll bump into on the famous LV Strip.
VEGAS By: Monorail
Make your way around the Las Vegas Strip with the monorails that run between Sahara Avenue and the MGM Grand, Bellagio and Monte Carlo (with a stop at Crystals),Treasure Island and the Mirage, and Excalibur and Mandalay Bay.
The monorail is open Monday – Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. and Friday – Sunday, 7 a.m. – 3 a.m. Fares for the monorail are $5 for one ride, $14 for an unlimited one-day pass for one person and $30 for an unlimited three-day pass for one person.
VEGAS By: Taxi
Many hotels have shuttle services for people flying in & out of Vegas, fares to and from the airport are around $8-$20 depending on traffic.
Cabs aren’t expensive and a decent way of getting from A t0 B. All hotels have a taxi rank so they’re easily accessible and you won’t have to wait long for one (if at all!)