Some popular destinations in Nevada include...
It's a simple fact that millions of people from around the world visit Las Vegas
every year. The city offers dazzling performances, glittering lights, and luxurious
hotels, as well as, amazing attractions and recreation. Las
Vegas is the fifth most popular vacation destination in the world for foreign
travelers. It is the number one summer destination in the United States and
the number one gambling destination in the world!
Reno is a well-known gateway to nonstop fun and entertainment
for all ages. Reno's many casinos offer 24-hour gaming action with great dining,
entertainment and accommodations steps away from the slots and tables.
Lake Tahoe is also known to be one of the America's favorite vacation and recreation
locations. Outdoor recreation is a year-round experience at Lake
Tahoe, where in the winter you can ski, snowboard, or snowmobile. During
the summer months, golf, boating, waterskiing, hiking, fishing and mountain
biking are popular at the lake.
Carson City, located 30 miles south of Reno,
offers numerous points of historic interest including the State Capitol, the
Nevada State Museum, and the Nevada State Railroad Museum.
Eureka, one of the best-
preserved 19th-century mining towns in Nevada. Founded in 1864, Eureka boasts
many of its original buildings, a number of which have been carefully restored.
On the extreme southern tip of Nevada, on the Colorado
River, is the community of Laughlin. Laughlin has been transformed into a lively
resort town of world-class hotels offering big-name entertainment and first-class
accommodations. Right on the river, visitors can waterski, swim, boat or relax
on the many beaches. A popular attraction are the water taxis, taking passengers
from Arizona to Nevada and back.