Las Vegas, the largest city in the Mojave Desert, is one of the most populated cities in the United States and the most populated city in Nevada, and it couples up as the official seat of Clark County. The city is famous for its vibrant nightlife and is home to many beautiful resorts, all-around the clock operational casinos, as well as many live entertainment spots. It is known as The Entertainment Capital of the World. The Strip, the main street of Las Vegas, is a four-mile stretch of buzzing activities and attractive spots. Expect hotels designed in various world themes, beautiful fountains flowing in tune with the music, and multiple features of prominent regions in the world, like the Eiffel Tower of France, the Grand Canal of Venice, and the pyramids of Egypt. Experience great shopping in the numerous designer boutiques in downtown Las Vegas, featuring both retail and wholesale options. Even more, enjoy local delicacies and street food, as well as international cuisines with excellent dining options in the city. For entertainment, Las Vegas organizes musical shows, concerts, and comedy shows from celebrity performers. There are also family-themed entertainment spots, including the thrill rides and swimming pools. Strip clubs and night clubs are a common feature of Las Vegas and are just as vibrant. The northern region of the Strip features the 1946 Golden Nugget that host large venues, and the pedestrian mall in Fremont Street Experience for amazing light shows depicting high-end technologies.
Being a world entertainment spot, Las Vegas is an all-year-round travel destination. Its climate is majorly a subtropical desert climate, and it features hot temperatures during the day. During summer from June to August, extreme outdoor engagements like hiking or golfing are not advised. Around the holidays, Las Vegas receives more tourists as compared to the other times, as well as during annual celebrations and festivities. In January, The Consumer Electronics Show is held amid displays and shows of the technological advancements in the electronic world. In February and August, on specific dates, the Project Fashion Trade Show is held in Las Vegas, and it sees many wonderful exhibitions for the public to see and buy. Another event not to be missed in Las Vegas is the weekend of the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing, commonly referred to like NASCAR. The NFR, referring to the National Finals Rodeo, is held in December, and it sees Las Vegas watch, celebrate, and award winners of the exciting matches. Christmas and New Year's Eve celebrations are carried out in Las Vegas amid color and pomp, and locals and tourists feast and enjoy entertainment throughout the nights, under the well-lit city.