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Airports in Orlando

Orlando International Airport is an international airport serving the city of Orlando in Florida. Situated approximately 10 kilometers away from the city, it is the 13th busiest airport in U.S.A. It is owned and operated by Greater Orlando Aviation Authority. The airport serves as a hub for Silver Airways and focus city for Frontier, JetBlue, Southwest, and Spirit. It offers both passenger & cargo services to countless domestic & international destinations. Some of these include Dublin, Mexico City, Ottawa, Toronto, Los Angeles, Portland, Miami, Bogota, Chicago, Nassau, Amsterdam, Panama City, Zurich, and more. Passengers can easily commute to & from the airport through various modes of transportation including hotel shuttles, local buses, ride sharing, taxi cabs, shuttle vans, and SunRail.

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 StreetSide 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 the 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

Helicopter Rides

For a great aerial view over Las Vegas, or even the Grand Canyon, visitors may want to take a helicopter ride. Las Vegas has several companies providing helicopter tours that take visitors over Las Vegas and the Strip, or as far away as the Grand Canyon. This is a great opportunity for anyone with limited time to see not only Vegas, but the surrounding landscape and one of America’s most impressive and

famous natural attractions. If you have a full day for exploring, try a 6.5-hour Grand Canyon 4-in- 1 Helicopter Tour.

Vegas Indoor Skydiving

Vegas Indoor Skydiving offers a truly unique experience. Here, visitors will get to experience what actual skydiving is like, without an airplane or parachute. Qualified instructors escort participants to a vertical wind tunnel where they are suited up in special gear. Once the fan is turned on, anyone can float effortlessly in the air. No experience is necessary.

High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq

The High Roller Ferris wheel is at the far end of the Linq Promenade, just off the Strip. This huge Ferris wheel stands 550 feet high and takes thirty minutes for one full rotation, providing outstanding views over the strip and surrounding area from the capsules. Each cabin, as they are called, can hold up to 40 people. Views are particularly outstanding at night with the city lights in full glow.

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 visit to Vegas during mid-week because you’ll find more rooms at lower rates between Tuesday and Thursday.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

  my trip
Great time
- Member  Dec 07, 2018
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Price was great!
- Steven  Dec 06, 2018

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