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Want to find out if what happens in Vegas actually stays in Vegas? Visit the city that was created entirely to entertain, where dice roll until dawn and Elvis helps happy couples tie the knot. You’ve seen Sin City on the big screen and this is your chance to make your Las Vegas holiday a reality.
A number of airlines fly from Dublin to Las Vegas, including Virgin Atlantic and American Airlines. The average flight time from Dublin to Las Vegas is approximately 13 hours and 20 minutes.
To learn more about things to do in Las Vegas, the best time to go and local info see here.
There is no shortage of nightlife on offer in Las Vegas. There are plenty of bars, clubs and casinos to keep you entertained well into the night, as well as lots of shows and events. There's something for everyone in Vegas!
Las Vegas is jam-packed with great restaurants, with everything from Michelin star restaurants to take-away haunts available at your fingertips. There is a wide variety of cuisine on offer, from Italian and Asian to classic American fare.
Take a break from the party and indulge in some retail therapy with over 20 Vegas mega-malls competing for your dollars. Caesars Palace is one of the most famous shopping destinations with over 700,000 square feet of retail space and prices that will make you say the clichéd Viva Las Vegas. Miracle Mile at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Town Square Las Vegas are great places to pick up some bargains, grab some food or to unwind at a relaxing day-spa.
Las Vegas makes for a great holiday destination all year round, but between March and May or September to November are particularly popular times due to the good weather and lower crowd volumes seen.
The US Dollar is used in Las Vegas.
Dublin is 8 hours ahead of Las Vegas.
The best way to get around Las Vegas is by bus or taxi, as these methods of transport are relatively cheap and easy to find.