With its 24/7 attractions, glitzy casinos and desert climate, Las Vegas is a popular destination throughout the year.
And it just gets better if you can bag a bargain flight to the City of Lights.
As the city offers guaranteed winter sun, November-February are often the busiest months with Christmas and New Year’s Eve in particular seeing an influx of visitors from the UK. If you’re planning on visiting Sin City at this time of year, book your flights to Las Vegas well in advance to secure the best deal.
Summer in Las Vegas can be extremely hot. Unless you’re planning on spending your entire trip cooling off in the hotel pool, consider giving July and August a miss.
Spring and autumn are both fantastic seasons in Vegas with relatively small crowds, moderate temperatures and plenty of cheap flights to be found. Hotels are generally fairly affordable at this time of year and many of the famous Vegas shows will still be in full swing.
In general, the cheapest Las Vegas flights can be found during the summer, spring and autumn months. However, if you know where to look, finding cheap flights to Vegas is possible whatever the season.
Simply type your details into the Expedia search bar and you’ll be shown a selection of the most affordable journey options available.
As well as showing you the most affordable flights for your selected dates, Expedia will also let you know if you can save cash by shifting your trip by a day or two. If you’re flexible with your holiday dates, this can be a fantastic way to find a great deal.
McCarran International is located just five miles from downtown Las Vegas at the end of the Strip. The airport offers fast and easy access to many of the city’s most famous hotels. Taxis and buses serve the airport terminals while car rental is also available at McCarran. All domestic and international flights to Vegas arrive and depart from McCarran, putting visitors right in the heart of the city from the moment they touch down.
Las Vegas is one of the most popular city break destinations in the world. As a result, a wide choice of airlines flies to the destination from airports across the UK.
Like most other major cities in the US, Las Vegas has a good network of buses connecting its main areas.
You’ll probably spend most of your time on the Strip exploring the iconic hotels and casinos that line the road. Travel between casinos is made easier by a choice of trams, shuttles and monorails, some of which are free to use. A free tram runs between the Excalibur, the Luxor and Mandalay Bay hotels and also between the Monte Carlo, Crystal and Bellagio. A fast and efficient monorail runs the entire four-mile length of the Strip in just 15 minutes, while taxis, express buses and bike share schemes are also available.
Las Vegas’ main attractions are its bright and shiny casinos. The city’s casinos are home to its most famous hotels as well as a number of world famous theatres, entertainment centres and event spaces. The best known casinos in Las Vegas are probably the Bellagio, the MGM Grand, the Luxor and the Venetian. All of these casinos are accessible using the city’s monorail or, if you’re feeling energetic, you can take a stroll down the strip and explore them on foot.