Famed as the “Silver State”, Nevada remains one of the USA’s most popular territories with many exciting tourist destinations. Located between California and Utah, it is the true American gem where travellers can find perfect holiday glamour and glitz as well as solitude in the middle of the desert.
With the most varied collection of attractions ranging from beautiful landscapes of the national parks to the cosmopolitan treats of world-class dining, shopping and gaming, Nevada has it all to impress all sorts of travellers.
The true world of entertainment, known all over the world, Las Vegas is a resort city in Nevada that has a lot to offer to the guests. Here tourists can discover a number of museums and galleries, visit some of the world’s most famous casinos and experience wonderful nightlife at planet’s most well known nightclubs. Las Vegas Strip, Bellagio Luxor Las Vegas and MGM Grand Las Vegas are some of the major luxury casino resorts of Las Vegas.
Around 16 miles southeast of Las Vegas, Henderson is the second largest city in Nevada with a pleasant aura away from the hustle and bustle of the Strip and Downtown. Located in southern Nevada, it presents a wonderful holiday destination for families with its ideal combination of numerous parks, trails, museums and restaurants. A scenic bike ride along the River Mountain Loop Trail, a stroll through Henderson Bird Viewing Preserve and a visit to the Clark County Museum are some of the best things to do in the city.
The capital of Nevada, Carson City is rooted deep in the state’s history and is named after the mountain man Kit Carson. The historic past of the city is reflected through a multitude of museums and historical attractions. Besides, the city amazes its visitors with an assortment of restaurants, elegant mansions, wonderful casino gaming action, challenging golf courses and plenty of outdoor recreation including mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, hunting and kayaking.
The biggest little city in the world, Reno, in Northern Nevada, is known for its hotels and casinos and its proximity to many ski resorts. Regarded the second largest tourist destination in Nevada after Las Vegas, at the base of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, the city amazes tourists with a number of impressive attractions such as Downtown’s National Automobile Museum, Circus Circus Reno, Grand Sierra Resort and a lot more. Moreover, the Hot August Nights car convention, the annual National Championship Air Races and the Great Reno Balloon Race are some of the most popular annual celebrations that are hosted in the city.
Just east of Reno is the city of Sparks. Situated in Washoe County, it is a business and family friendly city, amazing tourists with outdoor recreation and a number of restaurants, bars, parks and shopping destinations. While Sparks Marina Park and Wild Island Family Adventure Park are some of the city’s best spots for outdoor fun, Rail City Casino is a great place to test your luck. Besides, Sparks Heritage Museum, Hidden Valley Regional Park and Wilbur D. May Center are some of other prominent spots to explore.