“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!”
The madwoman of the desert, we love her or we hate her, but one thing is sure: Las Vegas will not leave you indifferent! City of all excesses, planted in the middle of the desert, Sin City is entirely dedicated to entertainment. The Strip, temple of kitsch with its neon lights and its gigantic casinos, is a must-see. You can take a mini world tour: sphinxes, pyramids, Eiffel Tower… You can even take a gondola ride at the Venetian. But Las Vegas is not all glitter. At the Bellagio Hotel, you will be surprised to discover some of the rarest works of art in the world. If you love nature, the Valley of Fire National Park offers a unique landscape with its fiery red rocks, less than 100 km from Las Vegas. You can camp there and enjoy the splendid sunset. You can also take a helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon, drive a convertible to Death Valley, or take a buggy ride into the desert. Join us! Let us arrange private parties for you at the city’s most exclusive restaurants and clubs. Las Vegas is waiting for you!
“Ce qui se passe à Vegas, reste à Vegas!”
La folle du désert, on l’aime ou on la déteste, mais une chose est sûre : Las Vegas ne vous laissera pas indifférent ! Ville de tous les excès, plantée en plein désert, Sin City est toute entière dédiée au divertissement. Le Strip, temple du kitsch avec ses néons et ses gigantesques casinos, est incontournable. Vous pouvez y faire un mini tour du monde: sphinx, pyramides, tour Eiffel… Vous pouvez même faire un tour en gondole au Venetian. Mais Las Vegas n’est pas que paillettes. Ainsi, vous aurez la surprise de découvrir à l’hôtel Bellagio des œuvres d’art parmi les plus rares au monde. Si vous aimez la nature, la Vallée de Feu, parc national, offre un paysage unique avec ses roches d’un rouge flamboyant, et ce, à moins de 100 km de Las Vegas. Vous pouvez y camper et vous laisser captiver par le splendide coucher de soleil. Vous pourrez aussi survoler en hélicoptère le Grand Canyon, vous rendre en décapotable à Vallée de la Mort ou encore faire une randonnée en buggy à la découverte du désert. Rejoignez-nous! Laissez-nous vous organiser des soirées privées dans les restaurants et clubs les plus selects de la ville. Las Vegas vous attend!
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Covid 19 vaccine is required for entry into the United States and PCR valid until 48 Hours
Currency & Exchange rate
The unit of currency is the Dollar (US $), the only currency accepted in the United States. The maximum amount of cash you are allowed to bring with you on a trip to the US is $10,000. It is best to change some money into dollars before your departure, then withdraw cash with a credit card. There are ATMs (automated teller machines) everywhere. See Currency Converter
This is the easiest and most economical way to pay, the rate being better than if you do the exchange on the spot. Have your passport with you, it is sometimes required. The most common cards are Mastercard, Visa, and of course American Express, which charge very low commissions. The secret code is not used in the USA, so you must sign for each transaction. In the USA, a credit card is an essential tool, almost a necessity, Americans pay everything by card, even for 5$!
The American constitution does not stipulate any official language. However, it is obvious that English is the most widely spoken language in the United States (80% of the population), with Spanish coming in second place (12%), followed by Chinese.
The standards for electrical installations are not the same in most countries as in the United States, so remember to bring an electrical adapter in your luggage. It will be essential for recharging your cell phone, camera, or computer. Indeed, in the United States, the electric current is 110 volts / 60Hz. The plugs in the United States have 2 flat plugs, often with a third-round plug for the ground.
To call from the US to an international destination with your cell phone: dial 00 followed by country code+ city code and the number of your correspondent (be aware of the time difference). Except for the iPhone, most cell phones in the United States use a CDMA network, rather than GSM. Check with your operator for compatibility. An international extension is necessary to call from your cell phone, and the cost of communication is expensive.
In the USA, prices are always quoted without taxes, whether in stores where the tax will be added at the checkout, or in hotels, restaurants, bars... Each state and each city is free to set its own tax.
You should know that in the United States, the service is not included and constitutes the remuneration of the waiter, the "tip" which is evaluated between 15 and 20% of the amount of the bill. If you pay by credit card, indicate in the box provided the amount of the tip you wish to leave and make the bill yourself. In bars, leave $1 per drink served. At the hotel, we usually give a tip to the porters, for a maid, we leave them on the table of the room when leaving. In cabs, it is customary to leave a 20% tip.
For your Guides & Drivers
It is customary to leave a gratuity at the end of the trip for your guides and drivers who will have accompanied you throughout your stay. This is of course left to your discretion. As an indication, the commonly adopted basis, for the guide, the drivers, is $2 in all, by participants for the whole stay.
It is forbidden to smoke (or vape) in all public places (restaurants, bars, nightclubs, museums, transportation...) and in the open air in the parks, on the city's beaches, and in certain pedestrian areas. The fine is $50! The objective of this restriction is to breathe easier and live longer. The legal age to buy cigarettes (including electronic cigarettes) has been raised from 18 to 21, a first for a major American city.
Getting around New York
The subway: New Yorkers spend a lot of time in the transportation system, especially in the subway. The network is extensive and efficient, operating 24 hours a day. The basic fare for a trip is $2.75, regardless of distance. Magnetic cards can be purchased inside the stations, at MetroCard machines or at the ticket counter or you can pay via credit or debit card by a no contact swipe by a card processing payment terminal by the entrance of the platform. To get to the north end of the city, take the Uptown train, south to Downtown. Some stops do not go in the same direction, but they are often on either side of the street. It is also important to check the letter or number of the line indicated on the train because, from the same platform, trains can go to different places. Yellow cabs: They are yellow in Manhattan and apple green in other areas. There are so many, you will have no trouble finding one, except from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm (rush hour). On the roof of the cab, there are three light bulbs. If the middle one is on, the cab is free, you can simply call it with your hand. If the middle one is off, the taxi is taken. If only the side lights are on, he is off duty, that is to say that he has finished his service but can take you if the trip is on his way back. The prices are regulated and relatively interesting. All cabs are equipped with card payment terminals. At the end of the trip, you just have to select the payment method on the screen (cash or CB) and follow the instructions. Don't forget the 20% tip.
Photos & Camera
In some religious, official or tourist buildings, it is allowed to photograph or film outside. But never inside, under penalty of a fine. Respect the instructions indicated on the pictograms.
Customs & Return
If you need to take medication with you, you must have a doctor’s prescription with you, corresponding to the prescription you are taking. -Remember that any excess baggage weight will be taxed by the airline on your return. -When you arrive at your destination, check if you are exempt from duty-free and taxes at customs, and what is the amount allowed.