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As you wander down one of the most famous boulevards in the United States, you may feel like you’ve entered another world. It is a world replete with magical street performers, enticing smells on every corner, and flashy signs beckoning you to come inside, if only for a moment. Are you dreaming? Not this time. You are on the Las Vegas Strip, and this enchanting place is much more than just a dream. The “Entertainment Capital of the World” always lives up to its name, turning fantasies into realities and everyday getaways into stories and memories that will last a lifetime. There are, however, a few practical things to take care of before you are whisked away.

How far is the airport in Las Vegas from the Strip?

McCarran International Airport (LAS) is just 2 miles from the southern end of the Strip and about 4 miles from hotels toward the northern end. This means that no matter which Las Vegas all-inclusive hotel you’ve chosen, you’re just a short drive away. Whether you’ll be your own chauffeur with a rental car, arrange a pickup with your resort, or enjoy a taxi ride in true Las Vegas style, you’ll soon be partaking in the revelry that the city is known for—whatever your desires may be.

If you cannot wait to jump right in, the south Strip has fun festivities for all types. You simply must stop at the classic "Welcome to Las Vegas" sign, just west of the airport, to snap your own version of this iconic photograph. This city is filled with landmarks, so you can continue to build your legendary scrapbook as you make your way north. And speaking of making your way around Las Vegas, this leads to another common question…

Will I need a car in Las Vegas?

Having a car can be convenient, depending on your plans. With a vehicle, you can take day trips at your leisure, and if gaming is on your itinerary, you’ll be able to travel between casinos with ease. Feeling the allure of the slot machines’ flashing lights or the click of poker chips? Many all-inclusive hotels in Las Vegas also contain casinos such as the SLS Las Vegas, so it’s never far from your room to the excitement of the tables. In addition, most provide free parking, including the renowned Palazzo Resort Hotel & Casino.

If you so desire, pulling yourself away from the glitz of the Strip to venture outside the city is always a fine idea. The Hoover Dam, one of America’s most spectacular man-made sights, is just 35 miles east. For a bit of nature after all those big-city happenings, spend a day exploring the dramatic landscapes of Death Valley National Park. From lava landscapes to the “miracle in the desert,” Darwin Falls, this park is full of surprises.

While you may find adventure and amazement around each corner, you can rest easy knowing your every need is taken care of thanks to Travelocity’s all-inclusive hotel deals in Las Vegas. With our amazing selection, you’ll always find the perfect place to lay your head after the day’s exploits. Book today and let us make your Las Vegas trip one to remember.

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