12 Must-Do Experiences in Las Vegas
There are hundreds of things to see, attractions to enjoy, and places to eat in Las Vegas, but there are some must-do experiences that every traveler must have when they visit. This Las Vegas bucket list includes entertainment, restaurants, spas, and shops that can only be experienced in a uniquely Las Vegas way. For those who are visiting Las Vegas for the first time, and for those who are returning again, add these must-do experiences to your list.

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Seeking a steak for breakfast? That's easy to find. If the urge to grab a burger strikes at 3:00 in the morning, it's no problem. Las Vegas never sleeps, and, as a result, there's always something to do and somewhere to eat at all hours of the day. "Last call" doesn't really exist in Las Vegas, and, instead, bars and pubs eventually just close their doors for the night (or early in the morning) when things start to slow down.

The casinos are open around the clock, of course, so there's always somewhere to stretch out restless legs, and because the weather is decent year round in Las Vegas, people watching on the Strip and downtown is always an option.

Most stores, clubs, attractions and restaurants have closing hours, but there are always a few that cater to the 24-hour audience, so visitors never have to feel like they are the only ones awake.

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Seeking a steak for breakfast? That's easy to find. If the urge to grab a burger strikes at 3:00 in the morning, it's no problem. Las Vegas never sleeps, and, as a result, there's always something to do and somewhere to eat at all hours of the day. "Last call" doesn't really exist in Las Vegas, and, instead, bars and pubs eventually just close their doors for the...

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Seeking a steak for breakfast? That's easy to find. If the urge to grab a burger strikes at 3:00 in the morning, it's no problem. Las Vegas never sleeps, and, as a result, there's always something to do and somewhere to eat at all hours of the day. "Last call" doesn't really exist in Las Vegas, and, instead, bars and pubs eventually just close their doors for the night (or early in the morning) when things start to slow down.

The casinos are open around the clock, of course, so there's always somewhere to stretch out restless legs, and because the weather is decent year round in Las Vegas, people watching on the Strip and downtown is always an option.

Most stores, clubs, attractions and restaurants have closing hours, but there are always a few that cater to the 24-hour audience, so visitors never have to feel like they are the only ones awake.

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