Las Vegas Flights GuideLas Vegas is known for its vibrant nightlife and party lifestyle. A trip to Las Vegas wouldn't be complete without a walk along the 'strip' or betting at a world famous casino like Caesar's Palace. The Neon Boneyard offers a historic background into Las Vegas lights or you can see them from above with one of the city's many helicopter tours.
Death Valley National Park in California's Mojave Desert is a two hour drive from Las Vegas and is best to reach by car. For a longer trip, head east to the famous Grand Canyon in Arizona by car to avoid the long Greyhound ride.
Las Vegas' mild winters and hot summers are caused by its desert climate. The summer months are hot and dry with an average temperature of 33 degrees celsius. There are more chances of rain during the spring and autumn bringing with it milder temperatures.When planning a flight to Vegas, it is best to book in advance as it is one of the most popular destinations in North America. If you plan on flying in the months of October and August you will benefit from cheaper flights as opposed to flying in peak seasons of February, March and June.
Fly to Las Vegas from these popular routes with great prices.
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