Photos of Las Vegas – Walking The Strip for Photo Friday

There are three things you need to know about Vegas. It’s big, it’s hot and it’s extravagant. The ultimate sin city, every vice is catered for, and to as much excess as you can handle. We spent approximately one week there and wanted to bring you our favourite photos of Las Vegas for this week’s #PhotoFriday.

Las Vegas Photo Friday

All joking aside though, Vegas has something for everyone. From the arcades to roller coasters and even gondola rides, you can find it all here. Vegas has become the ultimate in customer satisfaction, with air conditioned buildings that link to each other with equally air-conditioned tunnels to waitresses bringing your drink order direct to your slot machine. In addition there are a number of completely free things to do! Check our other post for our top 10.

amazing buildings

photos of las vegas - Excalibur

The decoration of the casinos on the main strip is absolutely amazing. The detail on both the outside and inside of the themed buildings leaves everyone with their jaws on the floor. Here, you see Excalibur – a Medieval themed casino with colourful turrets.

photos of las vegas - Venetian Gondolas

The Venetian was one of our favourites. It was the first casino we visited and the genuine Venetian details impressed us, from the facade resembling the Doge’s Palace to restaurants overlooking the (much cleaner than the original) Grand Canal.

the fountains

photos of las vegas - bellagio fountains

The Dancing Fountains at the Bellagio is one of the highlights of a visit to Vegas – and is absolutely free! They run to music all through the day, but the shows at night, where the water is lit up, are the most spectacular.

the sign

photos of las vegas - vegas sign

That queue is people waiting to take a picture with one of the most famous signs in the world. I never realised the back of the sign also had writing on it, so it was great to visit.

get married

photos of las vegas - wedding chapel

Just in case you want to get married whilst your here, there are a number of wedding chapels. They’re of varying levels of class and there is one in each casino. The Little Church of the West Wedding Chapel is the sweetest and nicest one, down near the ‘Welcome to Vegas Sign’.

Have you been to Sin City before? What did you see and get up to when you visited? Which of our photos of Las Vegas is your favourite?  Get in touch in the comments below?

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