Getting Around in Las VegasEdit This
If you're staying on the Strip the best way to get around is the inexpensive shuttle bus that runs between the big casinos and Las Vegas hotels 24 hours a day. Taxis are also a good option. Those who want to get out of town will need their own wheels. You can rent a car at one of the many agencies in town such as Budget ( www.budgetvegas.com) or Enterprise ( www.enterprise.com). Tour buses run regularly between the city and Hoover Dam ( www.allvegastours.com).
May 21, 2008 change by mcburton
Local transportation consists of
Foot - you can walk The Strip but it's probably not worth walking to Freemont Street (take The Deuce ...)
The Deuce - a bus service that goes up and down The Strip and beyond 7/24. Cheap and cheefull. And slow depending on traffic.
The Monorail - goes between the Convention Center and the MGM Grand with some stops in between. Expensive, and doesn't really go anywhere usefull.
Taxis - can be expensive and slow depending on traffic
Limos - can hire them for the night or pick one up like a more..
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