Las Vegas Travel Guide :: Instagram Worthy Spots

Whether you’re celebrating your 21st birthday or ready to party it up for the weekend, Las Vegas is always an unforgettable place to visit! Last winter I had the chance to visit Vegas for a trip with a few other content creators: Cherrie Lynn, Elena Taber, and World on a Whim. There’s a whole side of Vegas that you’ve never seen before, outside of the ritzy night clubs and bars like taking a helicopter tour to the Grand Canyon. Here’s my Las Vegas Travel Guide with tons of instagram worthy spots.

Las Vegas Travel Guide

Where to Visit

  1. Neon Museum

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A beautiful graveyard of brightly colored vintage business signs. An Instagrammer’s dream!

2. High Roller Observation Wheel

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A comfortable ride for a scenic view of Las Vegas! You can also opt for beverage service during your ride up! I definitely prefer riding around sunset to watch the buildings light up.

3. Helicopter to Grand Canyon

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Las Vegas Travel Guide Helicopter Tour

Experience an exhilarating helicopter tour as you fly over Lake Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Hoover Dam and Fortification Hill, an extinct volcano, along with many other breathtaking views. Also, keep an eye open for wildlife along the way.

Best Restaurants and Bars

  1. Black Tap

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You must try the freak shakes and burgers at Black Tap. This restaurant is perfect for large groups for a casual instagrammable lunch or dinner.

  1. Bardot

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Las Vegas Travel Guide Black Tap

A great spot to have drinks with your girlfriends or a delicious french toast and boozy brunch!

Ghost Donkey

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A beautiful and mysterious speakeasy inside of Block 15! This is a fun spot to take your friends to surprise them after lunch or dinner.

Block 15 - Cosmopolitan Hotel

If you are traveling with a larger group, I love Block 16 as a great pit stop for an affordable but delicious lunch or dinner. My favorite was the hand rolls and nitro brew matcha tea. Don’t forget to try the fried chicken at Hattie B’s.

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As for my hotel, I ended up staying at the Paris. Although it was a bit loud because of the night club that stayed open until 3am, it was definitely one of the most memorable hotel views I’ve ever experienced in Vegas. When was the last time you were in Vegas? Comment below and share your experience with me!