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Indianapolis to Las Vegas Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $93.60
Travel Distance:1,587 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Spirit Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:329
Avg. Flight Duration:4.7 Hours

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Airports in Indianapolis

Indianapolis International Airport serves the city of Indianapolis in the U.S. State of Indiana. This public airport lies nearly 11 kilometers away from the city's center. It is owned and operated by Indianapolis Airport Authority. The airport serves as the hub for FedEx Express and is a focus city for Allegiant Air. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these destinations are Cancun, Punta Cana, Toronto, Las Vegas, Chicago, Denver, Orlando, Dallas, and more. Various modes of transportations available at the airport provide smooth connectivity to the city. These means of transportation include scheduled bus services, car rental, taxi services, hotel courtesy vehicles, Uber, and more.

Explore Las Vegas

Known for fun and excitement, this city in the desert serves up all kinds of possibilities for travelers. The Strip, Las Vegas famous resort-lined street, sparkles with lights and recreated glamorous sites from cities around the world. Many of the hotels are attractions in and of themselves and feature free street side shows, from dancing fountains to erupting volcanoes. You will also find unique museums, an

always impressive list of shows, and countless other things to do. The Grand Canyon is just a short helicopter ride away, and the surrounding hills and mountains are home to all kinds of recreational opportunities. Las Vegas is a great place to visit year-round. The cooler winter temperatures are pleasant for sightseeing, and in summer, when the temperature can rise above 104° Fahrenheit, the hotel pools become an important part of the daytime activities. Your Las Vegas vacation will likely revolve around the iconic neon lights and famous (albeit somewhat kitschy) sights along the Strip. This is where Lady Luck will make or break your bank account, but there are other diversions attached to then casinos: ride a gondola at The Venetian, see views atop the Eiffel Tower at Paris, Las Vegas or enjoy the renowned fountain-show at the Bellagio. But if you can part with the glitz and glam of Las Vegas Boulevard, you’ll find the rest of the city has plenty to offer. Check out the Fremont Street Experience’s lightshow, enjoy a history lesson at the Mob Museum or the Neon Museum, or stretch your legs at Red Rock Canyon. And if you have the time, plan a quick road trip to the Hoover Dam.

Things to do in Las Vegas

The Strip

Once you pass the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign along Las Vegas Boulevard South, it won’t be too long until you are cruising the Strip. Sin City’s notorious artery acts as the epicenter of any Vegas getaway. Here you will find Las Vegas’ most iconic landmarks, including the Bellagio Fountains, the Eiffel Tower at Paris, Las Vegas, the pyramid and sphinx belonging to The Luxor and The Venetian’s Grand Canal. The Strip technically runs from Mandalay Bay on the south end (home to an aquarium and a man-made beach) to the Stratosphere casino on the north end, where you will find the tallest free- standing observation tower in the country (this is where you will go for the perfect Vegas photo). Travelers say it is best to visit the Strip at night to see all the casinos and attractions light up in the desert.

Fremont Street

In old downtown Las Vegas, Fremont Street is a pedestrian-only area with all kinds of unique sites. A five-block section of Fremont Street is covered over with a canopy of LED lights that illuminate the sky in a spectacle of different colors and designs as you walk below. Known as the Fremont Street Experience, each night a fantastic music and visual show takes place overhead. Street performers and special entertainment acts often perform outdoors in this area. Fremont Street is in downtown Las Vegas, a few kilometers from the Strip.

Caesar’s Palace and the Colosseum

A staple of the Vegas Strip, Caesars Palace has been welcoming visitors to Sin City since the 1960s. Since then, it has made an appearance in such popular films as “Rain Man, Showgirls, Iron Man and the Hangover”. Those who choose to gamble at Caesars will find themselves in ancient Rome, with massive columns and frescoes paying tribute to the casino’s namesake. Those who prefer to use their money in

other ways can make their way to The Forum Shops - home to about 160 specialty stores, the newly revamped Fall of Atlantis animatronic show and a 50,000-gallon aquarium.

Best Time to Fly to Las Vegas

The best time to visit Las Vegas is from March to May and from September to November. Sin City sees an influx of visitors during the winter months, especially surrounding New Year’s Eve. Try to plan a mid-week trip to the city and you’ll find more rooms at lower rates between Tuesday and Thursday.