Bellagio-CityCenter-Monte Carlo Tram

by JoAnna on October 27, 2010

by JoAnna | October 27th, 2010  

One of the most enjoyable ways to explore Las Vegas is to do so on foot, but if you need to head south from the center of the Las Vegas Strip, it may be easier to catch a free ride on the tram that runs from Bellagio to the CityCenter and then on to Monte Carlo. You may have to make a short walk from your Las Vegas hotel to reach it, but if your feet need a rest, it may be worth it.

You’ll find the boarding area at the Bellagio down a hallway in the Bellagio Spa Tower, past Sensi restaurant, heading toward Vdara. The station is located outside, and you’ll need to take the stairs or the elevator to reach it. There are signs at the Bellagio Spa Tower entrance to help guide you.

The second stop of the tram is at Crystals at the CityCenter. This stop is also outside and is located near Beso restaurant. It can be reached from the mall, which is located below, and is also accessible from ARIA, through an outdoor area near Beso.

Monte Carlo is the final stop for this tram. The station here is located near the Street of Dreams shops. You can also access the front portion of ARIA’s casino from here.

The Bellagio-CityCenter-Monte Carlo tram runs every seven minutes from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. seven days a week. You shouldn’t have to wait longer than 15 minutes for the tram to arrive. The ride lasts from two to six minutes, depending on where you’re headed.

>>More information about transportation in Las Vegas.

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