Las Vegas 3-Day Itinerary

Las Vegas is the perfect weekend getaway whether you want to lay by the pool all day, or catch a show and enjoy some drinks. This itinerary offers great ideas so you can enjoy the best attractions Vegas has to offer in a limited amount of time.

Day 1 – Friday Night

After you’ve checked into your hotel and explored the place, head to The Strip if you have never been here before. This can take as long or as short as you like. While you’re there you will probably be ready for some dinner.
Trip Advisor has rated these 3 restaurants as the best restaurants on The Strip:
● The Capital Grille – This critically acclaimed restaurant is known for its dry-aged steaks and world-class wines.
● Joe’s Seafood, Prime Steak & Stone Crab – The name says it all. If you love Seafood this is your place.
● Le Cirque – A French Cuisine with a coveted wine list and 5-course menu.
Depending on the hotel you’re staying at, it most likely has a bar and casino to have some fun in after walking The Strip.

Day 2 – Saturday

Vegas and the surrounding area is fortunate to have a lot of awesome day and night activities. One way to maximize the number of activities you can do without breaking the bank is to purchase a Las Vegas Go Card.

The card can be purchased for any trip amount from 2-5 days. You choose what attractions you want, the pass is then on your mobile device or you can print it out and you simply show the pass at each attraction. The card will save you up to 60% on admission on premium attractions and includes over 30 free attractions.

Stop 1: To start off the day, check out Vegas from up high. The High Roller Observation Wheel at the LINQ gives you a 30 minute, 360-degree views of Vegas.

Stop 2: Next head to the Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens. This free attraction will give you many photo opportunities and a mesmerizing view.

Stop 4: Instead of flying all the way to Venice you can visit the Venetian Casino and Grand Canal instead. Here you can take a gondola ride and walk around to explore the unique hotel and grounds. You’ll encounter singers, stilt walkers, and living statues.

Stop 5: Time to see a show! With so many shows to choose from it could be hard to pick just one. Some of the most popular shows in Vegas right now are the Blue Man Group, KA by Cirque Du Soleil and Criss Angel Mindfreak Live.

Stop 6: If you’re still up for some fun after the show, check out the fountains at the Bellagio. The stunning water show features a variety of recognizable music that syncs with the water. The best part is, it’s totally free.

Day 3 – Sunday

Stop 1: To get the full feel of the area, visit the Grand Canyon Sky Walk and/or the Hoover Dam. Both activities will take up quite a bit of time with traveling.

● The Hoover Dam is free to walk around but if you want to take a tour of the power plant, the cost is $30 per person and takes about 1 hour. The price also includes entrance to the visitor center.
● Grand Canyon Skywalk offers a thrilling view of the Grand Canyon with a glass floor bridge sitting 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. Tickets to the skywalk start at $66.90 per person.

Stop 2: Head back to the strip and check out the Eiffel Tower. Here you can ascend to the top of the tower and enjoy the views of the city. Just a few floors down you can enjoy a delicious meal at the popular Eiffel Tower Restaurant.

These are just a few of the many awesome attractions in Las Vegas. With so much to do this is sure to be a place you’ll want to come back and enjoy time after time.

This post was written by Olivia Waddell at Custom Garage Storage Solutions. Local to Las Vegas, Custom Garage Storage Solutions helps homeowners organize their garage with cabinets, shelving, overhead racks, and flooring.

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