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Airports in New Orleans

Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is the primary commercial airport for the New Orleans metropolitan area and southeast Louisiana in the US. It is also known as Louis Armstrong International Airport and New Orleans International Airport. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport is located 11 miles west of downtown New Orleans and ranks as the second lowest-lying international airport in the world. Passengers can avail nonstop flights to Canada, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, the United Kingdom, and Germany from here in addition to several cities in the US. The airport is well connected to the rest of the city through state-operated bus services and some hotel shuttles.

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city in the state of Nevada, US. It is nicknamed ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’ because it is home to several top-end casinos, hotels and spectacular tourist attractions. These casinos and hotels flaunt queer names and themes related to mystery and exotic destinations. As the only major city in the American West that was founded in 20th century, Las Vegas is now one of the fastest growing metropolises in the US and annually ranks as one of the world's most visited tourist destinations.

Things to do in Las Vegas

MGM Grand

The MGM Grand had opened as the largest hotel complex in the world in 1993, and has now alternated to be the largest single hotel in the United States and third-largest hotel complex in the world. This grand hotel is spread across 380,000 square feet and comprises 5 outdoor pools, artificial waterfalls, a lavishly decorated convention center and is centrally hallmarked by the MGM Grand Garden Arena and the Grand Spa.

The Strip

Las Vegas central attraction, the Strip is a 2.5 mile stretch of the Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas. It flaunts an elaborately decorated setup of neon lights and is dotted with many top end casinos and hotels. The street is also dotted with lots of free entertainment options and it is advisable to spend some time admiring the local street performers here.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area

The Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area is located about 15 miles away from Las Vegas. Visited by about 2 million people every year, this natural attraction features large red rock formations comprising some 3000 feet high sandstone peaks and walls that are a hot cake among hiking and rock climbing enthusiasts.

Best Time to Fly to Las Vegas

The best time to fly to Las Vegas is the summer and winter seasons from June to August and December to February. These two times of the year are best to enjoy the World Series of Poker and Las Vegas Bowl respectively.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Was a good experience. Got rest and loved visiting resorts casinos.
- Ruth  May 16, 2018
The trip was an overall success but it was kinda hot in the daytime kinda hard to move around. It cooled off at night and made the nightlife much better.
- Patrick  May 14, 2018

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