Las Vegas is the most populous city in Nevada, best known for its energy, 24-hour casinos and endless entertainment options. 

 Things to do:
 – Strip
 – Bellagio Fountains
 – Fremont Street Experience: Entertainment and gaming complex
 – Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
 – Shark Reef at Mandalay Bay
 – Mob Museum: National Museum of Organised Crime and Law enforcement
 – Springs Preserve: Nature walks and activities
 – Adventuredrome: Amusement park
 – The Linq: Hotel Casino and shopping promenade
 – Neon Museum
 – Nevada State Museum
 – Las Vegas Motor Speedway
 – Smith Centre for Performing Arts: Shows
 – Chapel of the Flowers: Wedding Chapel
 – Graceland Wedding Chapel
 – Las Vegas Tour

Hotel and casinos:
 – Stratosphere Las Vegas – Home of the Big Shot and Stratosphere amusement rides
 – The Mirage
 – The Venetian Las Vegas
 – MGM Grand Las Vegas
 – Caesars Palace
 – Wynn Las Vegas
 – Planet Hollywood
 – Treasure Island
 – The Palazzo

The Hangover:

Arrival in Las Vegas is signalled with shots of the Paris Las Vegas and the dancing fountains of the Bellagio, before the lads check in to Caesar’s Palace (3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South) where you see the casino’s real lobby.

The wedding chapel is ‘The Best Little Chapel’ – The chapel was constructed for the film from scratch on an empty lot on Las Vegas Boulevard several blocks south of The Strip.

They reclaim their impounded car from the parking lot on Giles Street at Mandalay Bay, opposite the Luxor’s Sphinx.

Mr Chow runs into the trio in front of Atomic Liquors, the oldest (free-standing) bar in Las Vegas, at 917 Fremont Street, between N 9th and N 10th Streets.

They get sizable winnings at the Riviera Hotel and Casino, 2901 Las Vegas Boulevard South at Riviera Boulevard.

Source: http://www.movie-locations.com/movies/h/Hangover.html#.VdMBr_lVhBc


Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: http://www.casinoguide.com/fear-and-loathing.html

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