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hop on hop off las vegas - bus tours

Explore America’s theme park for adults during your hop-on hop-off Las Vegas tour! An estimated 41 million travelers visit this city annually for its shopping, entertainment, and vibrant nightlife. And, luckily, hop-on hop-off Las Vegas buses run during the day and night for the ultimate Sin City experience. With your Big Bus Classic tickets, you’ll enjoy sitting in a London-style, double-decker bus, which will take you directly to the top attractions.

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Top Customer Reviews

  • Graham dash
    Great experience

    The location of the pick up points needs improving for first time pickups. eg we had to search for the Treasure Island pickup having been given unclear location details. Same for the downtown pickup.

    Australia 08/22/2017
  • Luc Rouleau
    Best way to visit a city!

    Reserved the Big Bus Classic Las Vegas Hop-On, Hop-off Bus Tour for one full day. It was nice to visit the city and get live descriptions of the various venues of the city. The staff were quite helpful. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to visit a city.

    Canada 11/25/2017
  • Flavia nunes

    ...but I thing that the price is little bit too much

    08/19/2019
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Experience Las Vegas in Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours

Famously known as Vegas, the city is the largest within the Mojave Desert. The city is popular for its vibrant nightlife, fine dining, entertainment, gambling, casino-style hotels, and shopping. You can find several references to the city in the movies like Ocean’s Eleven, Viva Las Vegas, The Godfather Part II, Lost in America, and more.

Ditch public transportation to explore the city in an open bus tour aboard the hop-on hop-off bus. You can choose from three ticket options with Big Bus Las Vegas that also include Night Tour along with a live guide.

Or discover everything the city has to offer with a package that includes a three-day Bus Tour, night tour, and Eiffel Tower experience. During your sightseeing trip, you can even combine a helicopter tour with your bus tour. And, finally, for those who’d like to check out other important sites in Nevada, try pairing your tour with a Grand Canyon helicopter tour. It’s what to do in Las Vegas when you’re looking for a little adventure!

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to book the Las Vegas hop-on hop-off tour?
    A:

    Spring and fall are the best time to plan a visit to Las Vegas. From March to May and September to November, you can enjoy comfortable weather and cooler temperatures. You can score great deals throughout the year but April to September is the best time to experience Las Vegas while being far less crowded.

  • Q: What are the key attractions covered in the Las Vegas hop-on hop-off tour?
    A:

    You can choose between a 1 or 2-day ticket option that will cover key attractions including Eiffel Tower, Bellagio Fountains, High Roller, Luxor Sphinx, The Hawaiian Market, Bally’s, Wynn Hotel & Casino, Treasure Island, Caesars Palace, Monte Carlo Hotel, and more. The stops are subject to change, so it is recommended to check them at the time of booking. Alternatively, you can also book Go City: Las Vegas Explorer Pass which let you plan your itinerary with the freedom to choose from 40 attractions while saving up to 55% on your ticket.

  • Q: What is the validity of the ticket?
    A:

    There are several ticket options available to you, depending on your length of stay. Each bus tour will have validity from 24, 36, 48 to 72 hours. And the great thing is you can plan ahead as the vouchers are valid anywhere between 6 months to 1 year and can be used at any point during that period. Check the product page or bus tour operator for complete details.

  • Q: What time do Las Vegas bus tours operate?
    A:

    Bus tours will run at different times of the day, especially if you have booked admission or skip-the-line tickets to the attractions. Make sure to check the tour details for full details on timings.

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