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Average Las Vegas yearly temperatures:

  High Low
January 56 33
February 60 40
March 69 43
April 78 51
May 88 60
June 99 69
July 106 83
August 108 87
September 102 85
October 81 54
November 66 41
December 57 34
 

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Getting Around Las Vegas

 

How do you plan to get around Las Vegas when you get there? You know just what casino games you're going to play, how much money you plan to spend, what and where you'll be eating, the shows you plan to see and the hotel where you'll be staying.

 

If you're new to Vegas, it's just this one detail that makes you nervous. Don't worry. There are several ways to get around Las Vegas.

 

 

 

 

How to get around Las Vegas

Las Vegas Deuce

Las Vegas Deuce

 

How to hop on The Deuce

Hop on the Las Vegas Deuce. The Deuce is one of the Las Vegas Transit buses the run the length of the Vegas Strip 24 hours a day and a great way to see all the sights.

Las Vegas Airport Shuttle

Las Vegas Airport Shuttle

 

Las Vegas Airport Shuttle

Shuttle vans and buses operated by off-airport companies are a popular and convenient transportation option in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas monorail

Las Vegas monorail

 

How to ride the Las Vegas monorail system

Try the super fast Las Vegas monorail system and cover the 4-mile Strip in 15 minutes.

Monorail Map

 

Las Vegas Rental Car

Las Vegas Car Rental

 

Where to rent a car in Las Vegas

Find out where to rent a car from the start so you can see the rest of Las Vegas.

Renting a Car

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Las Vegas taxi

Las Vegas taxi

 

How to take a Las Vegas taxi

Learn where to go to get a Las Vegas taxi on the Strip. There's no shortage of taxis when you're tired of walking.

Licensed Taxi Companies

Est. Taxi fare to your hotel

 

Las Vegas Shuttle Ride

Las Vegas Shuttle Ride

 

How to Get a Free Las Vegas Shuttle Ride

Las Vegas hotels often provide free transportation. If you know what attractions are close to these casinos, you can use the free shuttles to your advantage.

Vegas Strip

Vegas Strip

 

Taking a walk on the Vegas Strip

Take a walk to get a closer look at everything on the Vegas Strip.

 

Strip & Downtown Express

Strip & Downtown Express

 

How to take the Strip & Downtown Express

Need to get downtown in a hurry, from the Vegas strip, ride the Las Vegas Strip & Downtown Express Bus.

Las Vegas Free Trams

Las Vegas Free Trams

 

How to ride a Free Tram

A free tram runs between the Excalibur, the Luxor and Mandalay Bay hotels. Also between Monte Carlo, Crystal and Bellagio.

Westcliff Airport Express

 

 

 

 

Las Vegas First Timers Tip

 

First-timers and visitors who are staying in any of the hotels on and off the strip and want to spend their time on the Vegas Strip, don't need a car. Take a taxi or Shuttle from McCarran International Airport to your hotel.

 

To sight-see, take the Deuce, SDX, Monorail or simply walk

 

For plans that involve anything outside the strip area or downtown, having your own car is highly recommended.

 

Your other option will be taking the bus. Here are bus routes to off strip Las Vegas hotels

 

Tip: Always remember to check the weather.

 

Las Vegas Strip Map

Las Vegas Strip Map

 

Nevada Cell Phone Law

 

Effective January 1st, 2012 drivers are prohibited from texting accessing the internet and hand-held cell phone use while driving. (NRS 484B.165)

The fines are $50 for the first infraction in seven years, $100 for the second and $250 for the third and subsequent infractions. Fines are subject to doubling if the infraction occurs in a work zone.

 

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Use the Trip Planner below to find the best bus route to your destination.

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Driving distances from Las Vegas

FromToDrive TimeMilesKM
Las Vegas Grand Canyon South Rim 4.5 hours 275 443
Las Vegas Grand Canyon West Rim 3 hours 120 193
Las Vegas Death Valley National Park 2.25 hours 141 227
Las Vegas Hoover Dam 45 mins. 34 54.4
Las Vegas Great Basin National Park 4.75 hours 297 478
Las Vegas Zion National Park 2.5 hours 155 249
Las Vegas Reno, NV 7.25 hours 448 721
Las Vegas Laughlin 1.5 hours 97 156
Las Vegas Los Angeles, CA 4 hours 270 435
Las Vegas San Diego, CA 5 hours 332 534
Las Vegas Phoenix, AZ 5 hours 295 475
Las Vegas San Francisco 9 hours 570 917

 

Deuce on the Strip Route & Schedule

 

Strip & Downtown Express Route & Schedule

 

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Las Vegas Airport Round trip Transfer

 

Avoid the Las Vegas Airport hassle and get to your hotel fast with a Las Vegas Airport Round trip Transfer.

Efficient, friendly, and knowledgeable staff will get you to your hotel rested and ready for whatever Vegas has in store for you. And when you're ready to go back home, just one quick call and you will be picked up from your hotel and back to the airport.

 

Roundtrip transfer between Las Vegas Airport and Las Vegas Strip hotels $14.49 per person

Roundtrip transfer between Las Vegas Airport and Las Vegas downtown hotels $16.50

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Top getting around Las Vegas questions

 

How can I take a bus to McCarran International Airport?

There are 3 bus routes to McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. All 3 buses stop at the airport's Ground Level Zero.

 

Adobe Acrobat WestCliff Airport Express

Adobe Acrobat Route 109

Adobe Acrobat Route 108

 

How do I get to Pawn Stars?
Pawn Stars is located on 713 Las Vegas Blvd. South between Gass Avenue and Garces Avenue. The Strip & Downtown Express (SDX) and Deuce on the Strip routes provide service to the Bonneville Transit Center (BTC) just three blocks west of the Gold and Silver Pawn Shop. Additionally, if you board the southbound Deuce trip from the BTC at Bay 19, there is a transit stop across the street from the pawn shop.

 

How do I get to the Las Vegas Marriage Bureau?

Take Bus 301 (The Deuce on The Strip Northbound) towards Downtown

Get off at Casino Center Blvd. and Garces Ave
Walk (5 minutes) to 201 Clark Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101

 

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Share your tips on getting around Las Vegas

 

Comments to date: 3. Page 1 of 1.

Ed   

Jul 10, 2012

The monorail no longer allows you to share the 10 ride ticket. If you have a decent size group (4-5), the best way to go is by cab (van) and share the fare. Monorail prices have gone up since my post in 2010. We pretty much just drive now since my wife doesn't drink when we go out. Have a DD and... read more »

Ed   

Jun 27, 2010

If you have a car to get around and want to save time getting from one end of the strip to the other, take Frank Sinatra Drive, which is located between the freeway and the strip casinos like Luxor, NYNY, Bellagio, etc. A couple stop lights and very little traffic compared to LV BLVD.

Ed   

Jun 27, 2010

If you are staying at a property close to the monorail, especially the outlying places like the Sahara and LV Hilton, then the monorail is the way to go. Get the 10 ride pass and share. You may be able to purchase the tickets on line and save some money in the process. We did that a couple years ago... read more »

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