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When you decide it is time to venture away from Atlanta, whether you are taking a solo trip from Hartfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), or traveling with the family; exciting Las Vegas is happy to welcome you.
While Las Vegas is smaller than the metropolis of Atlanta, you certainly won’t miss out on any culture, cuisine or character. The fun starts as soon as you land, as the airport has slot machines available so that you can try your luck while waiting for your luggage.
Getting around Las Vegas is relatively simple, as the city is conveniently set up on a grid. I-95 North will connect travelers to destinations such as Reno and Lake Tahoe. Visitors will find the Hoover Dam and Lake Mead are both located about 20 minutes away from The Strip, off of Highway 93.
The flight time from ATL to McCarran International Airport (LAS) should last approximately four hours. The Strip, located only minutes away from the airport, offers a seemingly endless array of clubs, restaurants, lounges and bars, and having a rental car gives you front-door access to some of the world's most renowned resort hotels.
Many resorts offer free valet parking, but make sure to tip your driver when you pick up your car.