And here's a map that shows estimated walking times but of course your mileage may vary. Be aware that this map is OLD - Barbary Coast is now Bill's, Aladdin is now Planet Hollywood plus CityCenter , Cosmopolitan and other things have appeared since its publication - but it should give you ballpark figures of what to expect. You can find numerous maps of the strip and downtown online. Just google and check it out. I always print one for the strip prior to our trip as it does come in handy.
Where can we find a good printable map of the strip as we want to walk the strip and where can I find a link that I could get a printable list of all the great free things to do vegas. The last question is there a link for money saving coupons. Please and thank you for your replies. The strip is pretty straight forward with lots of signage. Once you're there, walking maps aren't really needed.
Monorail trains arrive approximately every 4 to 8 minutes with station announcements to keep you up to speed on the next arrival time. Learn more about the seven Monorail stations that take you where you want to go quickly, conveniently and without hassles of traffic. The SLS Station places Vegas nightlife at your fingertips with the Foundry, a unique live entertainment venue with three bars, a custom-built stage, and a capacity of 18, You can beat the heat at Foxtail Pool, a sprawling pool bar with cabanas, daybeds, and a state-of-the-art sound system. Monorail tickets can be purchased at the fare-gate level.
Las Vegas, which bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, is famous for its casino resorts and associated entertainment. A growing retirement and family city, it is the 28th-most populous city in the United States, with an estimated population by the U. Census Bureau of , as of