Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour

Las Vegas, Nevada (162)


Las Vegas is a city that is known for its casinos and its bright lights. However, there are also many other things to see and do in Las Vegas. If you are looking for a walking tour that will show you some of the best must see spots in Las Vegas, then you should consider taking the Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour. This tour will take you through some of the most iconic areas of Las Vegas, including the casinos, the Strip, and the Fremont Street Experience. The tour guide will explain all of the history and significance of each location, and you will be able to see all of the amazing sights and sounds of Las Vegas firsthand. If you are interested in taking a walking tour of Las Vegas, then the Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour is the perfect option for you.


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Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour

Don't worry about heat, mostly indoors! Hey everyone! I'm Jonathan & I love a good adventure! And a cold beer! After months of exploration, I've created a small-group walking tour of must-see spots & hidden gems on the Vegas Strip. If you're here for a few days, these are things you should see! Great for the beginning of your trip so later you know where to go! Even if you're a Vegas veteran, there's always something new! I'll help you find food/ drink deals like 3-course lunch specials, 2-4-1 drinks, cheap endless mimosas, dollar mystery shots & water, cheap beers & best happy hours." We'll see the iconic spots like Bellagio fountains & gardens, Venice canals - also some lesser known gems like a speakeasy behind barbershop, secret pizza shop, a hidden tequila bar, an oasis w/ exotic birds, the largest chocolate fountain & hotel in U.S & end at the most relaxing skybar w/ 180 degree view of the Strip. We'll see a lot! Tour of the good stuff! Questions? @theworsttourguide

What's included

Below are items that the provider has stated are included with Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour at no additional cost

  • I'll can take photos - Just ask! However, this isn't a instagram photoshoot.
  • Covid vaccinated Guide

What's NOT included

Below are items that the tour provider of Explore Best Must See Spots: Las Vegas Strip Walking Tour has stated that may cost an additional fee if desired.

Points Of Interest

  • 15 minutes: Walk through a relatively low-key, tranquil, Italian-palace style resorts. We´ll see one of the most grand, oppulent palace-like lobby, crystal statues, and a second-floor stuffed with some of the best happy-hours and unique restaurants on the Vegas Strip!
  • 15 minutes: A hotel & casino built for the owner's wife, we'll walk through a replica of Venice, Italy and one of the largest hotels in Vegas and the U.S! Beautiful hotel with Italian frescoes, hand-painted murals real Italian-marble. We'll also visit a relatively unknown second tower that's a great escape from the crowds, one of the most beautiful tranquil lobbys you'll see in Vegas and with a little French Michelin Star restaurant tucked away, hiding in the back. Great place if you want to eat at a world-famous celebrity chef without breaking the bank! Step out of Vegas for a second and be transported to Italy!
  • 15 minutes: Part of the Venetian resort, The Grand Canal Shoppes are a series of shops and restaurants that meander along side a replica of a Venice Canal, filled with gift shops, pastry shops, restaurants with happy hours and lunch specials like 3-course lunch specials for $28, half-price pizza happy hour, $6 beers, $7 wine, $8 cocktails, chocolate shops. We'll pass by the famous Tao nightclub & restaurant (one of the highest grossing restaurants in the U.S) all the while being incased in a shopping mall that makes you feel as if you're in Venice. Great time to grab drinks of coffee while on the tour! Also show you some hidden views of St. Marks Square and spots others don't know about.
  • 5 minutes: Casino royale is absolutely not on anyone's "must-visit" radar... unless, you'd like to have a little taste of vintage Vegas or a piece of Fremont Street on the Strip! This place looks like something out of your favorite Vegas mafia movie - dark, low-ceiling, smokey, cheap slots (and only slots), cheap food like 24hr Dennys, 24hr White Castle, $3 hotdogs and better yet, $3 beers all-day everyday! And a $3 atm machine, cheapest on the Strip!
  • minutes: Usually I'll walk through Harrah's to stay out of the weather if it's too hot or cold outside. Harrah's has a cake vending machine, pizza vending machine, it's a gamblers casino but they have the Piano Bar with Big Elvis and nightly dueling Pianos so great spot if you're into Piano Bars.
  • minutes: The only thing that excites me in the Linq is the Dunkin Donuts and they have a little casino within the casino called O'Sheas and O'Shea's has an amazing frozen Bailey's so feel free to grab one as we pass by! (No, I'm broke, I'm not buying!)
  • minutes: O´Shea's is also the smallest little casino on the Strip. One slot machine, one craps table, one roulette table, they might have more beer-pong tables then card games. But a very lively fun time!
  • minutes: We'll walk through the Linq Promenade a bit. It has a zipline, Largest Observation wheel in the U.S (Highroller) and it's a street full of bars and restaurants which many do happy-hour. It's like a Vegas version of Downtown Disney but with pot, cigarettes and alcohol. Minimal crying kids.
  • 15 minutes: Next will slither through the Flamingo, the oldest hotel and casino on the Vegas Strip. Very pink, vintage photos, and a little wildlife animal habitat full of black swan, pelicans, and real Chilean Flamingos among exotic birds, ducks and massively mutant looking Koi fish. Quiet, mellow, trees, it's like stepping into a little tropical oasis - in the middle of a casino... but they have Carlos & Charlies! So if you're in a TexMex mood, outdoor bar and patio, $6 drinks in the morning and buy1, get 1, happy hour in the evening!
  • minutes: Usually if it' too hot or cold, I'll cut through some casinos to stay out of the "elements" which is what I do with Cromwell. Small boutique hotel, looks like one of those old dine-in Pizza Huts but smells like baby powder and regret and shame. Great air conditioning through.
  • 5 minutes: Love the Grand Bazaar Shops at Horseshoe because this where the deals are and most people walk right by them. Lets just say, low-priced food, snacks, make your own donuts, chicken, BBQ, pizza, Mexican, burgers, gourmet hotdogs, $1 shots, or 2 mystery shots for $5 and my spot that does buy one get one drinks all day everyday! Think two beers for $8 and two cocktails for $17! Oh, and dollar waters!
  • 15 minutes: We'll cruise through the Bellagio for a few things: 1. The conservatory. It's low hanging fruit that anyone can see but it changes seasonally and is always worth a stop! 9,000* real plants, smells amazingly fresh and seasonal, visually eye popping displays and better yet, it's something that's not a casino! 2. World's "largest" chocolate fountain. Technically it's not, maybe largest in the U.S but it' still neat to see thins thing. 3. Then I'll show you some good photo spots and vantage points to watch the Bellagio Fountain show, spots that have lesser crowds.
  • 15 minutes: All I'm gonna say here is speakeasys, hidden bars and amazing food options. You'll see when we get there!
  • minutes: Bougie shopping center. Just cutting through. Architecturally amazing, filled with designer shops, art gallery, and very energy efficient. This is where the future of Las Vegas begins. Ultra Luxury.
  • minutes: If there's time we'll pass by through Aria. Ijust show people the lobby because they always have awesome seasonal display. Beautiful Lobby and Catch restaurant has one of the coolest entrances for a restaurant.
  • 15 minutes: Last stop on the tour is the Waldorf. Love this place because it doesn't look like anything else we've seen on the tour, totally different vibe, very quiet, like the Shinning quiet, ultra elegant and has a skybar with a 180 degree scenic view of the Strip. Better yet, no dress code, no reservations. It's easily one of the most relaxing bars and lounges on the Vegas Strip, any day of the week. Also, you never know who's in this place.
  • 5 minutes: If there's time left or you're looking for food close to the end of the tour, Eataly! Based out of Turin, Italy, this is as close to authentic and genuine Italian in Vegas as it gets. It's an indoor Italian market place full of little Italian street-food stalls, restaurant and Italian market with bakery, pastry shop, coffee shop, gelato and wine store!

Additional Information

  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
  • Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels
  • No one under 18 yrs allowed!
  • If you're in a wheel chair, there are a lot of stairs and escalators.
  • No one under 18 yrs old!
  • Contactless payments for gratuities and add-ons
  • Some resorts provide free masks for guests. All hotels have hand sanitizer.