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Las Vegas is famous for being one of the most popular gambling destinations in all of the world, and Sin City rarely fails to live up to its name. When you land at Las Vegas' McCarran International Airport (LAS), you will immediately be given the chance to try your luck at one of the airport's slot machines.
If gambling is not your game, Vegas is home to beautiful scenic areas like the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and the Hoover Dam Bypass, as well as many conferences centers for those on business. Basketball fans should head to the Thomas & Mack Center to watch the UNLV Running Rebels take on all comers in the Mountain West Conference.
Transportation into Vegas is primarily done via Interstate 15 and its bypasses, I-515 and I-215. When traversing Las Vegas Boulevard, the common name of the world-famous Strip, visitors may want to park their rental car at a resort's parking garage, and then spend some time on foot exploring the city.
Getting to Vegas from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) will take you a little over four hours. Upon arrival, head to baggage claim on the ground level, which is adjacent to the Rental Car Center. You’ll find Westbound Tropicana will get you to The Strip in just a few minutes.