Las Vegas: colors and lights!

27 APRIL 2020

With 43 million visitors every year, Las Vegas receives more visitors than San Francisco and nearly as many as Los Angeles, and most of the visitors are concentrated on the famous Strip which is less than 7km long!

The Fountains on the Stript

In January 2020, Las Vegas changed its famous tagline, “What Happens In Vegas, Stays In Vegas” with a new version: “What Happens Here, Only Happens Here”. Time will tell if the new slogan will become popular, or suffer the fate of “New Coke”.

Las Vegas has more slot machines than any other place on earth

The Strip is much more than gambling, it is also amazing entertainment and lavish shopping day and night.

Colors, more colors ...

Everything is uniquely Vegas

High in Vegas
A breakast to match everything else in Vegas

Las Vegas is great year-round, being in the desert, the days are hot and the nights are cool. There is no low season in Vegas, but hotel prices do vary widely depending on the convention calendar. To plan a visit, first, check the Ls Vegas events calendar to avoid the busiest periods.


Sun, Sin & Suburbia:

The History of Modern Las Vegas,

Geoff Schumacher
University of Nevada Press; 1 edition (September 1, 2015) - History - 344 pages

More than forty million visitors per year travel to Sin City to visit the gambling mecca of the world. But gambling is only one part of the city’s story. In this carefully documented history, Geoff Schumacher tracks the rise of Las Vegas, including its vital role during World War II; the rise of the Strip in the 1950s; the explosive growth of the 1990s; and the colossal collapse triggered by the real estate bust and economic crisis of the mid-2000s. Schumacher surveys the history of the iconic casinos, debunking myths and highlighting key players such as Howard Hughes, Kirk Kerkorian, and Steve Wynn.