Nevada is one of the most extensive states in the US and is also referred to as the ‘Silver State’ as the metal is central to the state’s economy. The capital is Carson City while Las Vegas is its prime attraction.
Some of the places you must visit at Las Vegas and Reno
The lovely sunshine and relaxed natural beauty of the place will have you galloping to Nevada and wishing to stay there forever. It is a splendid tourist destination, one that breathes of a relaxed atmosphere where you feel time stands still and embraces you with its profound beauty. There is something for everyone here.
Las Vegas: This is a place where you can just roam about and enjoy the trip. Each corner of the city is a delight to watch and to be in. When it comes to the casinos, the prime attractions of Las Vegas, there are many at every stop. Try your luck at these places but first, take a look at the beauty that Las Vegas is. Head to Fremont Street to experience what it is just called as the street experience with lights, performance and more. It is at night that the place comes alive. Visit the famous Madame Tussaud’s to click photos with wax figures of your favorite personalities. The neighboring Venetian Hotel and Gondola Rides are also as popular. Witness the Erupting Volcano and the Secret Garden at the Mirage Hotel and then enjoy the fountain show at Bellagio Resort. Experience the city at its best with a ride on the Las Vegas Monorail.
Reno: Those who love cars would surely be delighted to know about the history of different cars. The National Automobile Museum is the place to be to see the journey of cars. You can also listen to historical lectures on cars. For nature lovers, there is nothing as exciting as the Animal Art wildlife sanctuary. Get surrounded by flowers and meadows at the Wilbur D. May Museum, Arboretum and Botanical Garden. You can spend an entire day browsing at the exhibits and taking strolls inside and near the creek side. Enjoy some great performing arts at the Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts at 100 S. Virginia Street. Among other popular destinations are the Nevada Historical Society Museum and the Reno Arch. Know the history and evolution of Reno at the Nevada Historical Society Museum, which is also one of the oldest museums of the state.