Book flights to Las Vegas (LAS) with Eurowings for as little as €223.99*.
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Book your flight to Las Vegas (LAS) now and discover one of the most thrilling cities in the United States. In the 19th century, the groundwater resources of this desert city in the U.S. state of Nevada made it an important stopping point for wagon trains and railroads. The building of the Hoover Dam in the 20th century and the legalisation of gambling in Nevada laid the foundation for today's entertainment capital. The first hotels and casinos for which Las Vegas is famous date from this time, and they continue to lure millions of visitors to the city every year. Discover the glitz of Las Vegas (LAS) and try your luck at one of the many casinos.
Spend your holidays in one of the dazzling hotels featured in many a Hollywood film and discover the colourful and often over-the-top entertainment that Las Vegas (LAS) has to offer. On a stroll along the Las Vegas Strip, the city's main boulevard, you will pass many of its main attractions, such as the Luxor Hotel - built in the shape of a pyramid complete with a replica of the Sphinx - and the Paris Las Vegas hotel complex, which has its very own Eiffel Tower. The unique water show at the Bellagio Hotel is a must-see for any visitor to Las Vegas. The spectacle, accompanied by music and illuminated with more than 4,000 spotlights, is an unforgettable experience, especially at night.
The Stratosphere Tower offers an amazing view of Las Vegas (LAS). At a height of 356 metres, it is one of the tallest freestanding towers in the United States. Visitors looking to learn more about the history of Las Vegas (LAS), particularly its dark side - Prohibition, illegal gambling and organised crime - will enjoy a visit to "The Mob", a museum at the heart of the downtown area. Las Vegas (LAS) is also the perfect starting point for day trips to some of the world's best-loved national parks, with the Grand Canyon National Park taking first place. With up to 1,800 metres of deep gorges and stretching a total length of 450 kilometres, the Grand Canyon is one of the world's greatest natural wonders.