Las Vegas is an American city in the middle of the desert, in Clark County, Nevada. Mormons founded the city in 1855, which became an agricultural village in the early 1900s
Thanks to the liberal laws of the Nevada Games, the city is known throughout the world for casinos and hotels. Due to the hotel’s huge capacity in the city (currently over 120,000 hotel rooms), it is also the preferred location for large conferences. Las Vegas is also a temple for shopping, especially with large shopping malls (Fashion Fashion Mall, for example on the strip)
Las Vegas is also known as Sin City because of adult games and entertainment and because prostitution is legal in neighboring counties. But in 1989, the local authorities decided to diversify the city into family customers and agree with the addition of Circus Circus and Excalibur.
Casinos and attractions as well as related services have doubled. Population growth has followed a steady pace, which poses some infrastructure problems. It is the most attractive city in the country, where big tourists attract hotels, offers and offers. Las Vegas tourism is centered around the Strip, a bandit that contains all the world-famous hotels and casinos. Las Vegas is also a great place for concerts, as many celebrities and professional athletes repeat regularly in exclusive night spots. Advertisers also like to go to Vegas for the party and as their slogan says: “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.”