Reno Flights GuideLong touted as the "Biggest Little City in the World" Reno, Nevada has tries hard to pull itself out of the shadow of Las Vegas and become more than a second-best gambling and debauchery capital. Reno is still famous for its abundance of casinos and flashy hotels, and known in the winter for the famous nearby folk festival, Burning Man. Reno is also home to the Nevada Museum of Art, and the local Reno Philharmonic Orchestra.
Though Las Vegas is the obviously parallel city, it is over 400 miles away and most easily reached via airplane. Much closer is Lake Tahoe, located only 20 miles away and an easily accessible day trip. Trains also depart daily to Sacramento and some trains even go all the way up the Oregon coastline.
Because Reno is near the Sierra Nevada mountain range, its climate is much more temperate than Las Vegas. The city boasts about 300 days of sunshine a year, though summer thunderstorms between the beginning of April and end of October are considered common. The best time to visit Reno is either April/May or October/November. Because the weather is nice most of the year, the most important consideration is the crowds brought by tourists. Though some events and outdoor concerts take place in the summertime, an average visitor can expect the most pleasant Reno vacation in the Spring or early Autumn.
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