Sin City Bucket List
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If you’re finally going on the trip that you’ve always wanted to take to Las Vegas, it’s time to start planning your itinerary. Sure you could wing it, but when you plan ahead, not only can it help you feel more organized and less rushed, you’ll be able to do as much as you possibly can in whatever time you have. There is so much to see and do in Las Vegas that it would be impossible to get it all done in just a few days, but the following are just some of the ideas to add to your Sin City bucket list that can help you get started.
Visit the Stratosphere
Not only can you dine at the Stratosphere 844-feet up at the Top of the World Restaurant, but you can also jump off the 108th floor of the Stratosphere as well via SkyJump. Top of the World is open daily from 11am to 11pm, and SkyJumps are available during the day, during sunset, and at night.
See a Show
Another activity to add to your Sin City bucket list is to see a show. With so many from which to choose, such as the Cirque du Soleil show, there’s something for everyone. There’s always a different show going on every day in Las Vegas.
Do Some Gambling
This is probably an obvious option for your trip to Vegas, but you may be surprised how many go to the city and don’t gamble. Even if it’s not your thing, consider doing it at least once so you can check it off your bucket list.
Eat at a Buffet
Vegas is known for a lot of things, one of which is their buffets, so what would a trip to Sin City be without dining at one? However, if you’re going to do it, do it right. Skip the sub-par food and opt for a buffet that’s going to give you something worth talking about. For example, one option to consider is the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace. Prices range depending on when you go.
Stop by the Fountains of Bellagio
The Fountains of Bellagio are world-famous, and they also happen to be one of the things to do on your Las Vegas bucket list that’s not going to cost you a dime. Shows run every 15- to 30-minutes depending on the time of day, so check out the schedule to ensure you can get there not long before the next show starts.
Take a Helicopter Trip
It’s one thing to see Las Vegas from the ground, but it’s an even more incredible experience to see it from the air. Take a helicopter ride over the Las Vegas Strip during your trip, preferably at night, and get a gander at all the lights twinkling below you.
The aforementioned are just some of what you can add onto your Las Vegas bucket list, but there are so many more activities to consider as well. Regardless of what you do, you’re bound to have quite the experience in Sin City.