Wednesday, August 8, 2007

All the Excitement of Las Vegas by Bus Tour

If your interested in visiting Las Vegas be prepared for glitter, glamour, and living life on the edge. There are several Las Vegas hotels based on amazing themes, each one vying to shock and seduce the imagination. It's no wonder Las Vegas has millions of tourists year after year. How do you get around? Vegas Bus Tours, of course.

Driving through the desert, like a mirage the Sin City rises, tempting us to try the unseen and extraordinary. Las Vegas evening bus tours are a must-try. Is there a better way to enjoy Vegas, the city of lights? It is a neon extravaganza to behold from within the comfortable interiors of a luxury coach tour bus. Guidelines require that children should be thirteen or older. The duration of the evening Vegas bus tour is around six hours. The price for the bus tours, per adult, can vary from thirty to sixty dollars. Besides Las Vegas, there are other city bus tours as well, for four hours, and all children are allowed. Elvis-A-Rama museum, Ethel M Chocolate Factory, Fremont Street shows, the Clark County Museum, Gamblers Museum, etc. are stops on the mini city bus tour. The Gray Line Tours and others also take the tourists through residential areas of Las Vegas.

The itinerary of a Las Vegas Bus Tour includes stops at the beautiful Bellagio fountains, Masquerade at Rio, Madame Tussauds at the Venetian, Volcano at the Mirage, the Star Trek experience at the Hilton, the adventure dome in Circus Circus, Pirate's show at Treasure Island, Airplay at the Tropicana, and finally at the end of the Las Vegas strip lies the over one-thousand-foot Stratosphere Tower.

Las Vegas bus tours allow you to discover the origins of Las Vegas, its history, and its emergence as the fun capital of the world. Hoover Dam bus tours from Las Vegas are great tourist options. Scenic bus rides to the magnificent Grand Canyon are available, and there are comedy tours, hosted by comedians. The strip and downtown Las Vegas can be enjoyed immensely just by taking an appropriate bus tour.

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