No desert in history has seen a watery display as remarkable as the Bellagio Fountains’ choreographed dance of water, light, and music. Free, every day of the week.
Try your luck along the 4-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard known simply as “The Strip,” a spectacular man-made canyon featuring the world’s biggest and glitziest casinos.
You’ll flip over the stunning artistry of Mystere’s world-class acrobats in this mystical, magical Cirque Du Soleil performance. Bold lighting and stirring music highlight this awe-inspiring theatrical show.
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Experience the aquatic wonder of Cirque Du Soleil’s latest innovative triumph, an surreal acrobatic performance which takes place in – and high above - water.
Look up in the sky over Glitter Gulch for a thrillingly unique light and sound show, projected nightly onto a 1500-foot long curved dome running above Fremont Street.
This massive shopping mall adjacent to Caesar’s Palace casino is designed to look like ancient Rome, but the exclusive high-end boutiques you’ll find in the Forum are utterly modern.
Ok - so it's actually a French story, if you want to be very picky about it. But opera is Italian and no where could be better suited to the display of Andrew Lloyd
what a night. from start to finish the night we had at tao was out of this world. dinner was great and the nightclub was one of a kind..
These days, no trip to Vegas is complete with out seeing a Cirque du Soleil show. At the time of our visit, Ka was playing at the MGM Grand, and as a guest we received a
I read in a travel book this show was great to take kids to. I agree. My kids enjoyed the magic and comedy. If you sit near the front you may be picked to participate.