Tourism in Las Vegas

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Las Vegas

Las Vegas is considered the largest city in Nevada in the Mojave Desert in the United States, and it contains many different tourist places where the number of visitors was recorded in it about 42.9 million tourists in 2016 AD, and provides its visitors with a stratosphere ride that is 350.22 meters high in order to see the city in a way Full.

Tourism in Las Vegas

There are many attractions in Las Vegas, the most famous of which are listed below:

  • Madame Tussauds Museum: It is a museum that contains more than 100 figures embodied with wax statues of a number of celebrities.
  • Tropical garden: This garden possesses many different types of living creatures such as African penguins, Chilean flamingos, ducks, and hummingbird, in addition to many other species.
  • Hoover Dam: The Hoover Dam is a popular tourist attraction in Las Vegas, which was built in 1936 AD on the Colorado River. It is famous for providing many camping places, boating activities, etc., and it attracts more than one million tourists every year.
  • Historical old park: It was built by the first Mormon settlers, but today it has been turned into a museum that houses many artifacts and remains of historical holdings that originate from these settlers.

Recreation in Las Vegas

Many activities can be practiced when visiting Las Vegas, such as skiing on Mount Charleston or mountain biking, Valley of Fire is the first park in the Nevada region and is an ideal destination for camping and hiking, and in the western direction of Las Vegas there are many mountains in addition to The National Red Rock Park provides a suitable place for rock climbing, horse riding and many other exciting sports.

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