Two cities that have it all. Set the pace and hit the dazzling Las Vegas, with its bright neon lights and endless entertainment options. Be sure to check out a show on The Strip and also the Grand Canyon via helicopter whilst you're there. Take to the road to head over to the glitz and glamour of Los Angeles for some chill time, or maybe not. Beaches, restaurants, film sets, music studios, tours and nightlife, whatever your mood, LA has something for it. Don't forget to grab an Insta-worthy picture of the Las Vegas and Hollywood signs!
A city of bright lights, crazy dreams, spectacular shows and the biggest casinos in the world.
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Kick-start your Vegas experience at Lake Bellagio where the tourists flock to see the magical fountain displays. Feeling hungry? Splash out on one of the all-you-can-eat-buffet breakfasts at the Wynn or Bellagio for meals that are fit for a king! Take a stroll around The Strip to experience all the themed hotels!
Drive from Las Vegas to Los Angeles which is approximately 4 hours (273 Miles).
Los Angeles, City of Angels, Tinseltown, La La Land. Whatever you want to call it, the beaches, mountains, food, culture and sheer pizzazz of LA are undeniably seductive.
Explore a world of celebrities, award shows and historic theatres. Hollywood is known as the movie-making capital of the world, and home to some of Los Angeles’ most iconic sights, from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and the Hollywood walks of Fame to the Academy Awards Kodak Theatre.
Fly home from Los Angeles with Virgin Atlantic to London Heathrow.
Staying in Las Vegas? The Grand Canyon is so close that it would be verging on criminal not to see it with your own eyes. This exceptional experience offers a magnificent change of scenery from the glittering distractions of The Strip – a helicopter ride that gives you spectacular aerial views of the Mojave Desert, Hoover Dam and adjacent Bypass Bridge, and Black Canyon. And all of this as a prelude to an exhilarating flight below the rim of the Grand Canyon itself. You’ll also land at Grand Canyon West for a two-hour visit, where you can meet members of the indigenous Hualapai Tribe and visit the scenic West Rim for yet more amazing photo ops.