Las Vegas is alive with brilliant sights and picturesque places. As you venture through the city that never sleeps, keep your phone in hand and ready to capture each moment—you don’t want to miss these Instagram hot spots.
For a gorgeous display of waterworks, watch as the fountains come to life after the sun goes down. Pose for a picture in front of the breathtaking Bellagio Fountains.
Take in the view from the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. As you reach the top of the 550-foot High Roller, snap a photo of the Strip (and beyond).
Home to over 200 vintage signs that once lit up the Vegas skies, transport to another time for a photoshoot at Neon Boneyard.
Airport Slot Machines
From the moment you arrive until the second you leave, Las Vegas is a place to play. Try your luck at the airport slot machines, and snap a picture of this unique attraction before your trip comes to an end.
Daylife is the new nightlife, and Foxtail Pool at SLS Las Vegas is the ultimate pool party spot. Before you dive into the action, hand over your phone so your friend can snap your picture.
Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan
Experience the elegant ambiance of Chandelier Bar at the Cosmopolitan. The sparkling crystals provide an ornate backdrop for your photo.
Welcome to Las Vegas sign
As you enter the city, look for the iconic Welcome to Las Vegas sign. Snap a picture from the back of a cab, or make your way back to the sign once you’ve settled into your stay.
Cirque du Soleil
If live entertainment is a key component to your Las Vegas getaway, then a Cirque du Soleil show is a must. Get swept away by the graceful artistry, vibrant costumes and astonishing music that composes this expert performance—but don’t forget to stop at the entrance for a picture.
Known for its “Old Vegas” vibe, Fremont Street is lined with flashing lights and lively entertainment amidst shopping and dining. Snap a selfie from up above as you whiz down the zipline that runs the length of this boisterous street.
Catch a glimpse of Stratosphere, the looming tower located at the north end of the Strip. This picture is best taken from a distance.