Take a Holiday to Las Vegas and New York to See Amazing Theatre and Shows

American holidays always hold the promise of an exciting adventure – especially when you are visiting more than one destination during your trip. By taking a holiday to Las Vegas and New York, you can make the most of your break by exploring two iconic cities in one amazing holiday.

And with so much to see in each destination, you’ll find yourself spoilt for choice when it comes to shows to see, landmarks to visit and museums to be discovered.

Your New York holidays will allow you to explore this world-famous city to your heart’s content. And where better to start than with its fantastic shows? Broadway theatre is known for its high-quality performances, which can rival even London’s West End. With a huge variety of musicals on offer, you will find there’s something to suit all tastes.

Even if musicals aren’t your thing, don’t dismiss the Broadway performances. They are a big part of the New York experience and well worth seeing – and you never know, you may find yourself becoming a big fan!

Meanwhile, there’s a lot else going on every minute of the day in New York. Undoubtedly you’ll want to see some of the most famous sights during your holiday to New York and Las Vegas and the perfect place to start is the Statue of Liberty.

Reachable by a short ferry ride, the Statue of Liberty is an absolute must-see. And if you’re keen to learn more about its role in American history, head to the adjacent Ellis Island to visit a museum which tells its story.

And if it’s museums you’re interested in, you will find plenty to explore in New York. Whether you’re intrigued by history or keen to see some of the world’s most important artworks, there will be something for you. A particular favourite of tourists is often the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which houses works from all over the globe.

If architecture piques your interest, you will find New York something of a haven. There are fascinating structures at every turn; however, feats such as the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building are particularly essential to see.

And of course, the top of the Empire State Building famously offers tremendous views of the sprawling city streets below and is sure to be a highlight of your trip.

Once you’ve completed your sightseeing, why not hit the shops to experience another aspect of New York life? Well known for the calibre of its retail facilities, some of the stores themselves are almost tourist attractions in their own right, such as Macy’s. Even the most serious shopaholic would be hard pushed to exhaust all the shops lining the streets of New York in one trip.

Travelling to Las Vegas next, you will be plunged into an equally lively but very different city. One similarity here is that the shows are an absolute must. The Vegas performances are lively and exciting and are as much a part of the city as the theatres of Broadway are to New York.

As famous as its shows are the casinos which can be seen all over the city. For a glamorous night out, dress to impress and enjoy a flutter in the casino with a delicious cocktail.

Travelling down the Strip is another essential thing to do. This iconic street is known for showing off the quintessential Vegas, with its bright lights, grand hotels and glamorous casinos.

Experiencing the dizzying heights of the city can be done in more than one way, and perhaps never more visually impressive than at the Fremont Light Experience. Sprawled over four blocks, this area comprises hotels and casinos set under a vast, lit canopy. When a show is being performed, the surrounding buildings turn off their lights – a rare occurrence in Las Vegas – letting it dazzle even more.

Staying in Las Vegas also puts you in the ideal position to visit other national landmarks, such as the stunning Grand Canyon. This wonder of the world can be fairly easily reached from the city, so you can organise a trip to gape at its sheer size as part of your Las Vegas and New York holidays before heading home.

Source by Dipika Patel