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Las Vegas Itinerary: Guide to 7 Sinfully Good Days

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Adventure awaits. Get ready to soak in the sparkle! Use our Las Vegas Guide to indulge in all the great food, shopping, spa time, and over-the-top attractions Sin City has to offer. Our packed, but well-paced, Las Vegas 7 day itinerary will help you to hit all the must-see sights, and still get plenty of pampering.


Our Las Vegas guide will help you navigate the riotous energy of Nevada's favorite 'Strip' by directing you to the best things to do in Las Vegas for couples. You’ll see amazing natural and engineering wonders with day trips to the Grand Canyon, Red Rocks, and the Hoover Dam. You’ll also have time to relax by the pool, hit the spa, and shop by following our Las Vegas itinerary and guide to 7 sinfully good days.


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Lights on the Strip

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Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Garden

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 1 Guide

  1. A walk up and down the Strip is a must-do activity. Nothing else will introduce you to the scope, scale, and flavor of the city in quite the same way. Most of the action is located in the area between Mandalay Bay and the STRAT (roughly Sunset to Sahara Ave). Explore the huge casinos and their dazzling attractions. If you cannot walk it, try a hop-on hop-off bus tour.

  2. When you get to the STRAT, try the SkyJump Las Vegas thrill ride for a bit of excitement.

  3. Enjoy some pool time.

  4. Make your way to the spectacular Bellagio. Visit the Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, and Fine Art Gallery (all free!). Get you tickets to the "O" Cirque du Soleil Show. Check out the casino and shops. Then, enjoy dinner in one of the Bellagio’s fine restaurants (Jasmine and Lago overlook the fountains). After dinner, see the Bellagio’s famous fountain show. If you feel like a stroll, walk to the Mirage to see the free Volcano show (nightly between 7 and 11).

  5. Cap off your evening with a walk to the High Roller Wheel at LINQ. Take a ride for panoramic views of the Strip. Then, stroll the LINQ Promenade and surrounding casinos.

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Grand Canyon South Rim

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 2 Guide

Grand Canyon West Rim

Many visitors opt for a Grand Canyon West Rim day trip (about 2.5 hours; 130 miles). Here you will find the Hualapai Tribe’s Skywalk Attraction (not a part of the National Park System). Beginning at around $74, the Skywalk U-shaped glass bridge gives visitors a clear view of canyon floor. At this location zip lining, pontoon and helicopter rides are also offered.



Grand Canyon South Rim

We recommend a tour to the Grand Canyon South Rim (about 5 hours; 279 miles). This is a long day, but worth it! In the National Park you can explore the South Rim Village with its historic lodges and studios, and ride a shuttle bus to favorite lookouts. However, the highlight of the day will be the spectacular 1.9-mile section of the Rim Trail that spans from Yavapai Point to the Bright Angel Trailhead. This flat, wide trail offers magnificent views of the canyon that you can linger over at your own pace.

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Gondolas of the Venetian Resort

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 3 Guide

  1. Caesars Palace: Head to the middle of the Strip to see this Greek and Roman inspired complex. Begin by walking the Forum Shops lined with impressive replicas of statues of the ancient world. Next, head to the main fountain to watch the Atlantis show (daily shows between 11am and 10pm). Before you go, check out the 50,000-gallon Atlantis Aquarium and cruise the casino.

  2. The Flamingo: Cross the street and walk north to the Flamingo. Poke around the dated pink décor at one of the Strip’s oldest casinos and be transported to an earlier era. Visit the free 15-acre Wildlife Habitat to see flamingos, turtles, fish, and birds.

  3. The Venetian & Palazzo: Walk north to the Venetian/Palazzo resort. Plan to spend a few hours at the Venice, Italy-inspired complex. On the ground floor the two hotels and their casinos are linked by a Grand Promenade. On the second floor, under an exquisitely painted sky, great restaurants and shops flank an indoor river. Here, you can take a gondola ride.

  4. Enjoy some pool time and dinner at your resort. Dress for an evening out.

  5. Vegas is legendary for its shows. Whether you are interested in a Cirque du Soleil, magic, showgirls, adult entertainment, comedy, or musical review Las Vegas has it all. Big shows sell out months in advance. Click here to check out tickets for top Las Vegas shows. Go to the Tix 4 Tonight kiosks up and down the boulevard for discounted day-of performances.

  6. After the show, stroll the Strip and take in the bright lights. Stop for a drink, dance, or hand of poker wherever you fancy.

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Red Rock Canyon

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 4 Guide

  1. Take a tour to the nearby Red Rock National Conservation Area. Just a few miles out of Las Vegas, the park lies within the Mojave Desert. This area of natural beauty is highlighted by vividly colored red rock formations. You can tour the Red Rock area many ways including scooter tour, electric bike tour, helicopter tour, or in a talking Go Car.

  2. This afternoon book some time at a spa or hang out by the pool (and bar!).

  3. Tonight, travel downtown to Freemont Street for a fun party atmosphere. This restored section of ‘Old Vegas’ offers a pedestrian-friendly experience. The area has nightly free concerts, light shows, and a ziplining attraction. You can do a walking tour, try axe throwing, or smash things in a rage room.

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Vegas in Lights

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 5 Guide

  1. Begin the day at the superb Mandalay Bay Shark Reef Aquarium. Walk through tunnels to view hundreds of marine animals swimming around you at this immersive experience. Add-on feeing programs are available.

  2. Next, head to the Mandalay Beach. The 11-acrc waterpark features sun, sand, a bar and grill, wave pool, and lazy river. On most weekdays, admission to this beautiful facility is free with purchase of a Shark Reef Ticket. Other days, admission is around $18 with add on costs for lockers, lounges, and cabanas.

  3. This evening, use the luxurious and romantic Luxor Resort as your base of operations. If you get there earlier enough visit Bodies the Exhibition, the Titanic Artifact Exhibition or take in a Blue Man Show. Choose one of the resorts many fine restaurants to dine in, followed by an intimate Luxor nightclub.


Day Trip to Hoover Dam | Las Vegas Attractions
Day Trip to Hoover Dam

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 6 Guide

  1. Take a morning tour of the Hoover Dam. A guided tour of the dam will take you into the interior of the structure. Guests learn about the construction and engineering of the dam, and the laborers who built it.

  2. This afternoon, do some serious shopping at the Venetian Grand Canal Shoppes. Have lunch in signature restaurant (Wolfgang Puck, Bouchon, or Buddy V’s).

  3. On your last night do whatever you have been meaning to do, but haven’t. After dinner try a Las Vegas 7 Wonders night tour, go to the Observation Tower at the Top of the Eiffel Tower, or do a Party Bus Club Crawl.

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Bellagio Lobby

Las Vegas Itinerary – Day 7 Guide

Shop for souvenirs until your transport to the airport arrives.


Go home and take a week to recover. Cheers! Laura and Randy


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