- By Kevin
- On Jan 24, 2018
- North America
- Travel Tips
Take Grand Canyon tours, food, wine & nightlife tour, take the guesswork out of finding the best places to eat on the Las Vegas Strip with this guided, 2.5-hour, food walking tour. Las Vegas has more than 330 restaurants on the world-famous Strip, so finding the best signature dishes, unique preparations and exciting tastes is not only difficult, it’s practically impossible.
Happy Hour on The High Roller at The LINQ
At more than 550 feet (167 meters) tall, the High Roller in Vegas isn't your county fair Ferris wheel. Hop on for a 30-minute revolution in one of the High Roller's 28 air-conditioned compartments with a full bar, so you can have happy hour in your cabin. Choose from day or night rides to watch the landscape glimmer with rays of sunshine or neon lights as you soar high above. Whether Sin City is your favorite vacation spot or you've traveled half the world to see the Strip for the first time, this ride above the Las Vegas skyline won't leave you disappointed.
Located on the Strip, the High Roller is hard to miss at a formidable 550 feet (167 meters) tall ― beating out the London Eye as the biggest observation wheel in the world. When you arrive, head for the boarding area; bring your ticket and your ID to prove that you're 21 or older.
Once you get in your luxurious climate-controlled pod, sit back as you ascend into the sky. Hit the full bar for unlimited drinks during your 30-minute ride. Survey the desert landscape as it shimmers day and night with neon lights and reflective buildings. During your ride, an amusing audio tour covers the history of Las Vegas, perfectly timed to point out the area's landmarks as they appear during the rotation.
Las Vegas Strip Afternoon Food Tour
Sample up to a dozen dishes of American, Spanish, French, Asian, Mediterranean and Italian cuisine — all with skip-the-line, no-reservation-necessary seating in one of the best restaurant cities in the world.
See the Strip’s iconic fountains, glitzy venues and people-packed promenades en route to discovering the area’s best eateries. Visit four restaurants, a combination of hidden gems and well-known establishments, and discover how Las Vegas became one of the best restaurant cities in the world — a far cry from where it was several decades ago.
Enjoy handpicked appetizers, main courses and desserts — up to a dozen dishes of American, New American, Spanish, French, Japanese and Asian fusion, Mediterranean and Italian cuisine — while learning interesting facts about the local chefs and restaurants.