Getting Around Vegas

Cabs, double-decked buses, motor scooters, rental cars and the Las Vegas monorail. Heck, you might even flag down a rickshaw ... well, maybe not a rickshaw. But all you need to know, geographically, is this: Everything radiates from the Strip.

Airport Shuttle 
The most economical way to get to your hotel. Shuttles can cost less than $10 for Strip/Downtown. Check with your hotel for schedules.

Car Rentals 
The average price for an economy car in Vegas is around $25 to $30 per day, but the sky's the limit if you want a little more extravagant.

Limousine Services 
See Las Vegas in style for as low as $35 an hour. Options and pricing vary depending on the vehicle and services.

Parking 
Free parking is abundant. Virtually every major hotel offers free valet parking (don't forget to tip!)

Public Transportation - (Regional Transportation System - RTC)
A one-way fare on the Strip costs $3, and slightly less in the rest of the city. Buses on the Strip run 24/7.

Taxis 
Fares start with $3.30 on the meter, and $2.65 is then added for every additional mile.

The Las Vegas Monorail 
The Monorail travels from Sahara Ave to the MGM Grand 7 days per week from 7 a.m.-2 a.m. Monday-Thursday and until 3 a.m. Friday-Sunday. Visit website for location stops and ticket prices.
www.lvmonorail.com

Vegas on Foot 
You will still cover a lot of the city on foot. Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and carry a bottle of water, especially during summer months.

Las Vegas Strip Map
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