The Strip
Points of Interest & Landmarks • Historic Walking Areas
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This iconic stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard is lined with the city's most glamorous and exciting casinos, hotels, and entertainment spots.
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The area
Address
Neighbourhood: Paradise
How to get there
  • Bally's / Paris Las Vegas Station • 3 min walk
  • Flamingo / Caesars Palace Station • 7 min walk
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veronak
158 contributions
Nov 2022 • Couples
Walking the iconic strip was amazing. Being able to visit the big name hotels were phenomenal. My favorite hotel by far was the Bellagio. If you’re visiting you must visit the strip
Written 28 November 2022
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Joey G
Omaha, NE510 contributions
Nov 2022 • Friends
I enjoy The Strip. So many things to do, places to eat, drink, and shop.

There are many restaurant options. Cheap eats like McDonald's and In-N-Out to fine dining and celebrity chef restaurants and everything in between. Any drink you can imagine, and about every high end retail store you've heard of, along with some of the more affordable retailers like Walgreens and Targets. And Plenty of unique touristy stores like M&M and Hershey stores.

The offerings on the Strip are getting more and more high end, which is making some of the more affordable options harder and harder to find. They are still there, but you have to know where to look and they aren't always the most convenient.
There is always something new, we go every couple years on average and there are always new things to explore.

Crime has been increasing, but stay alert, and strength in numbers is the best policy. I have never had an issue and I've been going for years and years. Trust your gut, if it doesn't feel right, get to where there are people or dip into one of the businesses. Just pay attention to your surroundings and don't make yourself an easy target and you should be fine. More concerning during the late night.

Lots of walking, so prepare to walk miles per day, or spend money for transportation. The cheapest ride that will go the entire strip is the Deuce Bus, but it usually involves lots of waiting. You can buy a multi-day ticket and use it whenever you want for the duration of your visit. Consider it if you don't mind waiting at bus stops and sitting next to some interesting characters that ride with you.
Written 26 November 2022
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boymomdfw
Dallas, TX1,625 contributions
Nov 2022 • Family
Always amazing and busy! The strip has so much to do. You have to see the strip at night with all the neon and lights! It's pretty exciting.
Written 23 November 2022
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VaTravel
Ashburn, VA320 contributions
Nov 2022
I am not a big Vegas fan, but the strip is something that should be visited once. It has its crazy energy, lights and there is nothing like it in the world.
Written 15 November 2022
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Vanessa P
Calgary, Canada1,315 contributions
Nov 2022
We divided the strip walk in 2 days. 1 to go one way and the second to come back the other way. It gave us time to go in and out of the casinos and hotels.
Written 14 November 2022
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JMCSTL
Saint Louis, MO5,477 contributions
Oct 2022
My wife's first visit to Las Vegas, and my first time spending significant time along the Strip. I hesitated in rating The Strip as "Average" because that doesn't do some of the individual attractions justice. We enjoyed the Fountains of Bellagio show, and the Mirage Volcano show, and the architectural details of the New York New York & Paris Las Vegas & Caesars Palace hotels plus the neon lights on the fronts of the Flamingo & Harrah's hotels. But the elbow-to-elbow crowds for blocks on end at any time of the day or night, and the pedestrian flow interruptions to take escalators up to & back down from diverting walkway overpasses, and the frequent unwanted engagements from street hustlers, and the nearly-constant smell of skunky marijuana smoke along the sidewalks all combined to overwhelm any sense of excitement that The Las Vegas Strip is touted for.

After 4 days & nights of all that annoyance with minimal reward, we were ready to go home & we do not intend to visit again. Our places can be taken by younger & more intoxicated & partially clothed thrill seekers.
Written 13 November 2022
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6laine6
Hampshire, UK79 contributions
Oct 2022
First time to Vegas and explored on foot. It's a multitude of sensory experiences and most of them not good. Smells: Lots of weed and people are still allowed to smoke in casinos so they stink. Noises: music and noise everywhere as you'd expect with a busy city but x 10! There are lots of homeless people and people walking around shouting at nothing or passed out on the street, it's very sad to see and can be scary. Everything is bigger and further than it looks. It's dirty with busy roads coming off. There are some good sights to see but if you're not rich and don't like to gamble don't bother.
Written 11 November 2022
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GAB711
Pennsylvania35 contributions
Oct 2022
I was in Vegas in 2001 and just returned Oct 2022. What a difference. I am not sure if Covid is to blame, but I felt the sidewalks were very dirty this time.
Written 10 November 2022
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gsgman777
Columbia, IL481 contributions
Oct 2022
We went for a few days and always enjoy people watching while walking The Strip. always be aware of your surroundings like anywhere you go. You may not want to blindly grab what someone is handing you. Also, if you are drunk watch out for the street performers, "showgirls", or whomever may walk up to you. Saw this one drunk guy get surrounded by 4 of the "showgirls" at night at Bellagio Fountains and they had him get his phone out and cash app them money. lol
Written 9 November 2022
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minecraft b
6 contributions
Oct 2022
Everything is farther away than it looks. Great for walking and enjoying the sights, shops, stores and casinos. Don't forget to take plenty of pics. I see something new every time I go.
Written 7 November 2022
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