Flights from Phoenix to Las Vegas

Flights from Phoenix to Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the 25th most populous US city, the largest city in Nevada and the county seat for Clark County. It is the heart of the Las Vegas Valley metro area. Las Vegas is a well-known major resort city known for its fine dining, gambling, entertainment, and nightlife. As a whole, the Las Vegas Valley is Nevada's financial, commercial and cultural capital.

The city is known for its large and luxurious casino-hotels and associated activities. It is a top three destination in the United States for business conventions and a global leader in the hospitality industry, claiming more AAA Five Diamond hotels than any other city in the world. Today, Las Vegas annually ranks as one of the world's most visited tourist destinations. The city's tolerance for numerous forms of adult entertainment earned it the title of "Sin City" and has made Las Vegas a popular setting for literature, films, television programs, and music videos.


Southwest Airlines (WN), a leading airline, services the route from PHX airport to McCarran Airport. It offers 217 flights per year. American Airlines (AA), another airline operating this route, is also available. Each month, you'll be able to choose from 152 flights.

Places to visit in Las Vegas

There are many things you can do in Las Vegas. You'll find the highest thrill rides, outdoor activities, museums, hotels and elaborate water fountains. You can also visit many televisions and film sets when you visit Las Vegas. The famous Freemont Street has been the home to many Hollywood productions. You can also visit the Grand Canyon or the Colorado River from the bright lights of Las Vegas. There is something for everyone on the list of top places to see in Las Vegas.
The Strip
The Strip is a 4.2-mile stretch of road that runs south from the Las Vegas city limits. The Strip is home to some of the largest casinos and hotels in the world and is considered one of the most visited tourist spots worldwide. The Strip's first casino resort was built in 1941. This slowly led to the present-day high concentration of skyscrapers, bright lights and casinos.

Venetian Hotel, Paris Hotel, and the Eiffel Tower

The Venetian Hotel, which was inspired by Venice's design, is the second-largest hotel in the world. Many small-scale copies of Venetian landmarks like the Rialto Bridge or gondola rides are included in the hotel. The Paris Hotel is famous for its similarity, but this time it resembles Paris, France. Paris Hotel boasts landmarks such as a half-sized Eiffel Tower, and a two-thirds-size Arc de Triomphe.

Fremont Street

In 1925, Las Vegas was home to Fremont Street. This street was the first to be paved. While The Strip is the most well-known street in Las Vegas (Las Vegas Boulevard), Fremont Street was once the heart of Las Vegas' original hotels and casinos. It was also the location of many televisions and film sets that depicted the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Linq High Roller

You can find the Linq High Roller, the second tallest Ferris wheel in Las Vegas Boulevard. It stands at 550 feet high and was opened in March 2014. A single ride lasts 30 minutes and costs $24.95 to $34.95, depending upon the time of day. From the top of the wheel, you can see the entire area around Caesar's Palace as well as all nearby hotels.

Shark Reef Aquarium

Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino is home to the Shark Reef Aquarium. This aquarium is one of the largest in North America. There are many species of fish, sharks, and reptiles in the 95,000-square-foot aquarium. A few endangered species of marine wildlife, like the Galapagos Shark or Green Sawfish, can also be found in the aquarium. There are just over 2000 animals in the aquarium so there's no reason to be afraid of finding a few new species.

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