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The Most Relaxing Things to Do in Las Vegas

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Most Relaxing Things to Do in Las Vegas

Cirque du Soleil Show
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Tours from $123
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Le Reve - The Dream , Las Vegas
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Cirque du Soleil Show
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Duration: 2 hours
This is the longest flight time available! Celebrate your visit to Las Vegas with an amazing 10 to 12-minute helicopter flight (including loading and unloading) over the dazzling neon lights of the famous Las Vegas Strip. Enjoy complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off by Mercedes Sprinter (depending on the option selected) and relax with a glass of sparkling wine before boarding your luxurious A-Star helicopter. These one-of-a-kind views of fabulous Las Vegas will be a highlight of your trip to Sin City! You can upgrade to include a sumptuous dinner before your flight. ** Please note weight restrictions on the helicopter ** Due to comfort and weight / balance of the aircraft, passengers weighing over 275lbs (125 kg/ 19.64st) will be required to purchase an additional seat. This is payable directly to the tour operator on the day of the tour.Please note that the MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE passenger weight is 375 LBS
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Cirque du Soleil Show
4.5
Tours from $118
Cirque du Soleil Show
4.5
Tours from $85

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Where to stay in Las Vegas

Most Las Vegas hotels increase their room rates on the weekends, so if you have a flexible schedule, avoid Fridays and Saturdays and take advantage of package deals that include shows, meals, and gambling coupons. Remember also that if you stay at any one of the lively casino hotels, you may not be able to get a good night's sleep for the duration of your trip. If you come to Vegas to stay but not necessarily play, try one of the non-gaming hotels or explore the quieter areas surrounding the city.
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