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Book Cheap Flights from San Antonio to Las Vegas

Flights from San Antonio to Las Vegas

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Airports in San Antonio

San Antonio International Airport is the primary airport serving the Greater San Antonio metropolitan area. It is located in Uptown Central San Antonio and lies about 8 miles away from Downtown. The airport serves scheduled flights to a few international destinations and several domestic destinations. Passengers enjoy seamless connectivity between the airport and the city through a superb network of car rentals, taxi cabs, hotel shuttles, city bus service, charter buses, limousine service, ride share and round the clock airport rides (in shuttles).

Explore Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas in Nevada (US) is the only major city in the American West that was founded in the 20th century. The city has come a long way from being a nondescript, desert-bound railroad service centre to become country’s fastest-growing metropolis and the ‘Entertainment Capital of the World’ within a space of 100 years. Las Vegas is home to several top end hotels, casinos, entertainment options and replicas of many world famous monuments like Giza Pyramids, Eiffel Tower and Statue of Liberty; besides one of the world’s most expensive hotels- the Bellagio.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park

Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park is the only state park in the US that is located in a city and houses the first building that was ever built in that city. This building is called the Old Mormon Fort that it was built about 50 years before the city of Las Vegas was founded. This fort was called Fort Baker during the Civil War and used to provide defense against invaders.

Neonopolis

Neonopolis is a grand shopping mall and a USD 100 million entertainment complex in Las Vegas. A popular highlight of the Fremont Street Experience, it contains three miles of neon lights. A central attraction here is a open-air arena with excellent stage, sound and seating features.

Floyd Lamb Park

The Floyd Lamb Park is a 2,040-acre park in Las Vegas centered on four small lakes that formed an oasis in the Mojave Desert of Nevada. These lakes provide excellent fishing opportunities. The park’s perimeter includes attractions like the Tule Springs Ranch, Tule Springs Archaeological Site and Tule Springs Wash.

Best time to Fly to Las Vegas

The best times to fly to Las Vegas are the summer and winter seasons. These seasons together run from June to August and December to February respectively. The visitors would be greeted with temperatures beyond 90 deg F during summers and somewhere around 50 deg F during winters. One can enjoy the World Series of Poker in summer season and Las Vegas Bowl in winter season besides all the sightseeing attractions in the city.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

  Nell
I stayed at the Circus Circus. The hotel was to far from the entertainment.
- Lenell  Sep 19, 2018
  Ms
Experience was GREAT!
- Demeka  Sep 09, 2018

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