How to Plan a Solo Trip to Vegas

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Welcome to the city where almost nothing is impossible! Speaking of shotgun wedding and wild weekend, Las Vegas is just the place to be.

However, if you think Las Vegas is just all about naughty things, you are completely wrong. Throughout the years, Las Vegas has turned into one of the best places to go in the United States. It has professional hockey, magic mountains, e-sports, and arts display.

Top Places to Go in Vegas

There are many places in Las Vegas that is worth your visit. Even when you come alone, Las Vegas will never make you feel lonely. There are so many things you can do in Las Vegas to make your tour something you cannot forget.

Caesars Place

Although one of the oldest Casino Resort, Caesars Places has never failed its visitors with its awe-inspiring architecture and interesting games. It features a lavish pool called Garden of the Gods, Forum Shops, and a Colosseum.

Park Theatre

If you want to see some iconic performance, you must head to the Park Theatre. It is a new showroom where you will see the hottest residents of the Las Vegas Strip.

The Rio Wine Cellar

 Below the Brazillian-themed casino is a place where wine lovers go.  The Rio Wine Cellar is home to $3,000,000 worth of wines and 1, 800 Madeira bottles from Thomas Jefferson’s personal stash. Can you believe that? Don’t worry because there are 100 vintage options available in glass for tasting if you cannot afford a bottle of wine. As you can see, there is always a way to enjoy in Las Vegas.

What to Bring in Las Vegas

Travelling solo? No problem. We got you covered.  There is no need to panic or feel lonely as we have gathered a list of the essential things you need to bring when going to Las Vegas alone.

·         Basic tees for some street excursions

·         Good walking shoes

·         Bathing suit and cover

·         Flip flops or sandals for pool wear

·         A couple of nice outfits for some fine dining in Las Vegas

·         Light jacket as it can be really cool inside the casino

·         Sunscreen

·         Sunglasses to protect your eyes from the sun

·         Passport

·         Government issued IDs

·         Extra cash

Above everything, make sure all of your cards are loaded. You will never know where your Las Vegas trip can take you and you need to make sure you have enough funds to cover for all of them.