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Las Vegas is a very interesting place to visit, and you don’t really need to gamble or get married to someone in order to have fun there. Hollywood made us think it’s the center of gambling, and people wearing funny clothes, shiny lights, beautiful hotels, and private chapels that can provide a marriage certificate immediately.

Right now, we are aware that the situation with the COVID-19 pandemic is making all things harder, especially when we plan our vacation. But, we have vaccines, and it’s only a matter of time when we will adapt the global immunity, and overcome the crisis, and we can plan again our next trip.

You can’t even imagine how many interesting things you can have there. Keep in mind that it’s a beautiful city, that welcomes millions of tourists every year (except the last one, we know the reasons), and they provide many types of activities, that don’t include gambling at all. You don’t believe it? Here is proof:

1. Exceptional live shows

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Some capacities are already open for a limited number of visitors, and if you have a chance to travel there now, you can go to ticketkite.com and see the huge offer of live shows, erotic performances, stand-up comedies, magic tours, family-friendly shows, or those who are for the adults (if you know what we mean). Surely there are plenty of choices, and you can buy tickets online, so you don’t have to wait in line for that. These shows are an important part of the state’s cultural life and tradition, and they can be very attractive for those who appreciate this type of art.

2. Visit Freemont Street

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If you love this city, you probably know a lot about this popular street. It’s only for the pedestrians, and vehicles aren’t allowed there, which makes it very safe for the visitors. Also, you can experience plenty of light shows and live entertainment activities, but before you go for it, check if it’s available due to the COVID-19 restrictions.

3. Pay a visit to the Stratosphere Tower

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You have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the whole city through the observation platform, or while sitting at some rotating restaurant. Also, if you want some adrenaline boost, you can choose an adventure like sky jumping, because yes, you can do that in Las Vegas, and make your stay there even more exciting. Fun fact: This is the tallest observation tower in the whole USA, and you will be able to see even the deserts around.

4. Outdoor excursions

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There are so many places you can visit because this city is surrounded by canyons, ancient rocks, but also natural preserves and green parks, and a lot of nature exploring options. For example, you can go to the Springs Preserve, which is an example of an oasis in the middle of the busy city, and explore the plants and protected wildlife. The Eldorado Canyon is also a very interesting location to visit, and if you want more excitement, Grand Canyon is also near. The Valley of the Fire is near the Mojave Desert, and it’s the oldest Nevada State Park, so you can see desert wildlife and prehistoric rock art. Do you want even more excitement? Then The Dead Valley is a must. Many compare this national park to the planet Mars, and there is nothing to be scared of since all the tours are professionally organized. You only need to drink enough water, because the climate can be exhausting.

5. The Grand Canyon

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This is the most popular national park in the United States, which shows rocks that are very old, around a few million years. The only disadvantage is that you need to drive at least five hours one way. But, if you want a more exciting experience you can take airplane or helicopter excursions, and enjoy the sight from above. One thing is for sure, no matter what do you choose, you will have great photos for your Instagram profile, that everyone will envy you.

6. Have you heard about the Neon Museum?

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When you explore this beautiful city, you will see a lot of history-related places, that give a different picture of what we think Las Vegas is. The Neon Museum was opened back in 2012, and it’s a place where modern life meets the culture and historical evidence of the past. The boneyard is a part of this museum, and you can meet the local history in a very unique way.

7. The fountains in front of the Bellagio hotel

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They are magnificent, and there is nothing more we can say to describe them. They are close to the iconic Bellagio hotel, which has a casino as a part of it, and they still work 24/7, while respecting the COVID-19 restrictions. But, the fountains are a show for themselves, especially at night. They aren’t just a symbol of Las Vegas – they are one of the most recognized landmarks in the world.

8. Go and visit the Hoover Dam

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This is also a unique experience, located a few miles away from Las Vegas, by Lake Mead. It’s based in the Black Canyon of Colorado, at the border of the states of Nevada and Arizona. It has a very important historical value too because it’s built during the Great Depression. It was originally named Boulder Dam, but with a 1947 resolution, it was renamed Hoover Dam in honor of President Herbert Hoover.

As you can see, there are plenty of entertaining and relaxing activities to do in the City of Lights, that aren’t gambling. Surely, while you are there, you can test your luck, and see if you can win something. This city never sleeps, and it’s well known for that. The COVID-19 pandemic has a huge influence over the way we all live, and it affects the popular touristic places most. But, every one of them is still fighting to stay competitive, and offer great and unique service to the visitors, by respecting the restrictions, and the newly-defined rules, because right now, humanity has an even bigger war to fight – to stay alive and healthy, so we can be able to travel again.

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