If you know your travel dates, it’s the perfect time to book your Las Vegas transportation, including airline tickets and local transportation.
A savvy vacationer saves money on airfare and plans ahead for navigating the city. Renting a car is optional - getting around is a cinch with the many options available in Vegas.
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Note: There is quite a bit of traffic on the Vegas Strip – it might take you up to twenty minutes to reach a casino that would be a few minutes away without traffic.
Start your vacation is style by taking limo from the airport to your hotel.
Did you know a limo service isn’t much more expensive that taking a cab – especially if you’re travelling with a group.
Make a reservation in advance and a chauffeur will collect your luggage and relax while you enjoy the sights of Sin City on the way to your hotel.
Consider booking a guided Las Vegas tour by limousine, or explore outside the city to the Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam.
If you’re looking for a low-cost alternative to a taxi or limo, consider taking The Deuce, run by the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC).
The Deuce bus route along the Vegas strip runs from the Mandalay Bay all the way to the popular Fremont Street Experience in Downtown Las Vegas, and operates 24 hours a day.
Taxi cabs are a convenient choice for Las Vegas transportation.
There are plenty of taxis available at the McCarran International Airport to take you to your hotel.
The place to find a taxi along the strip is the nearest casino. Casinos designate a place where taxicabs line up to pick up passengers.
Airport shuttle service is one of the top transportation alternatives to renting a car or taking a taxi.
Arrange your shared, round-trip airport transfer in advance and avoid the inconvenience of booking a service when you’re in Las Vegas.
This convenient form of Las Vegas transportation takes you from McCarran International Airport to your hotel and then back again in a climate-controlled shuttle vehicle.
Many Las Vegas hotels provide free transportation. For attractions close to these casinos, take advantage of the free shuttles available to hotel guests. Check with the hotel concierge for shuttle routes and availability.
Free trams run between the following hotels:
Excalibur, Luxor, and Mandalay Bay
Monte Carlo, Crystal, and Bellagio
Walk along the Strip or Explore Downtown (avoid summer months – temperatures are very hot).
Take a self-guided walking tour along the Las Vegas Strip (Las Vegas Boulevard), or explore downtown (Fremont Street Experience). You’ll take in some amazing sites; however, keep in mind the Strip is over four miles long.
The Fremont Street Experience is five blocks long; the perfect place to enjoy free nightly entertainment (light shows and music), and a variety of casinos, bars, restaurants, and shopping.