Life In Las Vegas

Life in one of the most dynamic and spectacular city on earth is not common nor is it something that you are going to forget anytime soon. This city that provides entertainment round the clock is home to various attractions that many people travel from far to enjoy. Along with that, Las Vegas is home to some of the biggest casinos in the world such as the Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, MGM Grand Las Vegas, and more. The very same glitz and glamour found at the adult playground Las Vegas has travelled online at Magical Vegas slots, where you can bring home the magic with a plethora of rocking slots games!

Whether you are a regular or new traveller in Las Vegas, there is always something exciting to discover. Along with being the city which battery never goes out, Las Vegas is as well the city of shows and entertainment. You can watch some of the great artists performing live such as Enrique Iglesias – the singer of the famous ‘Bailando’, Britney Spears- the angel-face singer of ‘Hit me Baby One More Time’, Celine Dion – the singer of ‘My Heart Will Go On’ from Titanic, Marc Anthony – singer of ‘Vivir Mi Vida’ and more!


Las Vegas is also the city of great foods as you can eat to your belly’s content at the many buffet there are. The buffet in the city that never sleeps is known for pounds of shrimp piled high, hundreds of crab legs stuck in a bed of ice and the prime rib carving station. You can expect to find anything from a Parisian feast to a boutique-style buffet in Las Vegas. The Wicked Spoon buffet at the Cosmopolitan is where you will find different areas where you can help yourself with salad, a traditional carving station, side dishes, seafood station, Italian food area, Asian station, massive dessert selection and out-of- the-ordinary items like roasted bone marrow and lamb. Bacchanal Buffet at the Caesars offers nine different show kitchens including Italian, Mexican, and American, Japanese, pizza, deli, seafood and desserts. Further top buffet destinations are Studio B Buffet, Bellagio Buffet, The Village Seafood Buffet, Carnival World Buffet, Paris Le Village Buffet and more.

A visit to the Neon Museum will be an unforgettable experience with 6 acres of displayed signs. This outdoor museum will take you into the discovery of historically significant signs to the culture of the city. You will find more than 150 signs, seven of which are restored. Some of the famous signs you will find are Stardust sign, Two boneyard sign and more!


Who would think that a rollercoaster ride is found in the heart of a gambling city! X-Scream is the third highest amusement ride that’s located on top of the Stratosphere – the 1,149ft building. This roller coaster is a single open top car that pivots vertically in a see-saw motion. The car is then rolled backward and forward along the length to give you a feeling that you are going to fall off the precipice of the building.

Finally, you cannot leave Las Vegas without getting the Fremont Street Experience! This pedestrian mall and attraction in Downtown Las Vegas is famous for never turning the outside casino lights off. You will find free concerts, Viva Vision, SlotZilla Zip Line, Light and Sound shows and Neonopolis during your visit Downtown!


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