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Cheap flights to Nevada

Nevada is one of the 50 states of the United States of America, located between California and Utah. It is the seventh most extensive, the 35th most populous, and the ninth least densely populated of the 50 United States – nearly three-quarters of Nevada's people live in Clark County, where Las Vegas-Paradise is located. Nevada's capital is Carson City, while the most famous one is Las Vegas. Nevada has been, for the longest time, equated with excess, luxury, and paradise, due to the presence of the original Sin City.

What to see & do

The Strip – A 4.5-mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard, the Strip is where the main action is at. It is a wide avenue where hulking casino hotels and megaresorts sit side by side, while visitors weave their way from one venue to another. It is the real and breathing dream machine – a place where people could actually stay, relax, enjoy, and just unwind. Drink and party like there's no tomorrow, gamble and be a high-roller, or even get married here.

The Bellagio – Fans of Ocean's Eleven wouldn't want to miss the Bellagio for the world. This eye-popping piece of luxury is Steve Wynn's original pleasure palace – one that is in the books until the end of time. The Bellagio is inspired by the beauty of a lakeside Italian village, and built on the site of the legendary Dunes. It is also famous for its ornate Tuscan architecture and eight-acre artificial lake, which tastefully contradicts the quick and easy mess of stereotypical Vegas.

Caesars Palace – One of the many famous hotels and mega-resorts in Las Vegas, Caesars Palace is the embodiment of Ancient Rome in Nevada. It is Sin City's first fully realised mega-resort and fantasy land which takes its form from the Greco-Roman tradition, debuting in the 60s and upping the game of decadence in the area. Full-size marble reproductions of classical statuary such as Michelangelo's David mingle with scantily costumed cocktail waitresses – providing entertainment and added flavour to the Palace's visitors.

Red Rock Canyon – Created about 65 million years ago, the Red Rock Canyon contrasts the artificial neon lights of Las Vegas through its steep and rugged red rock escarpment. The dramatic canyon (more like a valley) is the evidence of the tectonic plates' lovemaking; the movement of earth forming this rather scenic place. A 13-mile, one-way drive will pass some of the canyon's most striking features, where travellers can access hiking trails, rock-climbing routes, and vistas. There are 4WD routes as well, and a few natural history exhibits.

How to get around within Nevada

Set in the desert, most lands in Nevada are arid and the climate is warm. Outside the main city centres the only way to travel is through vehicles that can adapt to various road situations, including sand, ice, and others. A 4x4 vehicle is the best bet here, and while regular SUVs might do the trick, it won't be sufficient when the heat or the cold is at its extreme. Within the city centres however, the luxury of travelling is at hand using almost any possible transport mode available. Taxis, motorcycles, rental cars, or even limousines, can all be rented out or hired out for a traveller's perusal.

How to get there

Nevada is served by four major commercial service airports, as well as minor, reliever, and general aviation airports. The busiest airport would be the Las Vegas-McCarran International Airport, followed by the Reno/Tahoe International Airport. The former is served by a huge variety of airlines, including Aeromexico, Air Canada Rouge, Air Europa, Air Transat, Alaska Airlines, Allegiant, American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Copa, Condor, JetBlue, Southwest, Spirit, United Airlines, Virgin, XL Airways, Westjet, and many more. The latter, meanwhile, is served by some of the airlines as mentioned, minus a few international airlines. Passengers to the McCarran are served by three terminals, while passengers to the Reno/Tahoe International are served by two.

Flights to Nevada

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