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Spring Vacation in Las Vegas

las-vegas-stripCliché or not, all of us couldn’t wait any longer to “spring back to life”! The winter is finally over and our itchy travel feet want to take us to great places in search of new experiences.

Las Vegas is a great choice for a Spring Vacation. First of all, the flights to Las Vegas are affordable and there are many carriers which offer excellent sales during this time of the year.

Secondly, cheap hotels in Las Vegas can easily be booked during spring. Since we are talking about the low season and even the large resorts are doing their best to lower the prices, it is very easy to find something affordable and which will allow for some splurges when it comes to entertainment and relaxation.

And speaking of large resorts, deals to Las Vegas are abundant during this time of the year. You can find packages combing the flight and the accommodation, accommodation-only packages with free nights, show and accommodation deals, spa and accommodation deals and many more choices. Depending on what you plan to do in Las Vegas, you can choose a package at an excellent rate and save some money as well.

But what is there to do in Las Vegas in Spring? Well, a lot! First of all, it’s not called a vacation to Las Vegas if you haven’t tried your luck at gambling. So set a budget and have fun. If you don’t like table games, you can always try your luck at slots.

Then, no visit to Sin City is complete without watching a traditional Las Vegas show. Maybe you like adult revues or Cirque du Soleil shows … and if you travel with the kids you can choose on the kid-friendly shows.

And speaking about the kids, there are several Arcades on the Strip where they can unleash some energy and the grown-ups can have quite a lot of fun as well.

If you need to relax after several days of strolling the shops, watching shows and partying all night long in clubs, then a visit to one of the Spas is a great idea. Even a short massage can lighten your day (but not your wallet!).