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  • Car hire locations

    There are 32 locations to hire a car from in Las Vegas and the most popular is Las Vegas Airport.

  • Average temperatures

    Hottest month: July (34°C)

    Coldest month: December (8°C)

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    The Vegas Eiffel Tower

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Hire a car in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is a surreal oasis in the desolate Nevada desert.

It is an overload of glowing neon-signs, over-the-top architecture, unforgettable shows, and ritzy restaurants. Oh, and gambling. The exuberance of Vegas will convince anyone that a little indulgence is good for the soul.

Car rental in Las Vegas – the numbers

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Frequently asked questions

Q. What is the most popular rental length in Las Vegas?
A. Eight to nine days.

Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Las Vegas?
A. August.

Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Las Vegas?
A. Dollar is the cheapest car rental brand in Las Vegas, offering cars from just £14 per day.

*Based on easyCar real booking data.

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A memorable trip

E.T. Highway

If you’re seeking something out of the ordinary - yes, stranger than the Strip - head out of the city to Nevada’s Extraterrestrial Highway. It’s the place where the state’s fixation with UFOs, nuclear testing and aliens comes to life. You might even experience something out of the ordinary.

The highway is a 160km stretch of road on the Nevada State Route and is possibly one of the quirkiest, as well as loneliest, drives in the USA.

Littered amongst the barren regions of roadside are a few interesting alien themed stops. You can pick up some E.T. Fresh Jerky, grab a bite or stay overnight at the Little A’Le’Inn motel, and check out the Alien Research Centre for kitschy memorabilia.

At the core of the Extraterrestrial Highway is Area 51. Photography is strongly prohibited at the Air Force base, and the guards who enforce this rule may scare you more than the aliens themselves.

The ultimate Vegas roadtrip

  • McCarran International Airport

    Is America’s eighth-busiest airport.

  • Car hire pick up point

    The car rental pick up point is three miles south of the airport on Gilespie Street. There are airport shuttles every five minutes.

  • Eldorado Canyon and Gold Mine – 74km

    Reminiscent of an Old West ghost town, it was once the biggest and richest mines in Nevada.

  • Hoover Dam  – 55km

    An engineering masterpiece attracting over a million visitors every year.

  • Grand Canyon  – 391km

    The world famous hole in the ground.

  • Horseshoe Bend  – 177km

    A photogenic horseshoe meander of the Colorado River.

Local knowledge


There are few other places in the world that showcase as many jaw-dropping acts as Las Vegas. There is always a full schedule of lavish entertainment featuring A-lister names, from acrobatics, musical performances, magic and tribute shows. The Vegas experience is never complete without a ticket to a production.

Tropicana Las Vegas
This “small” 1000-seat theatre is a legendary space, which has been in operation for more than 30 years. Stand-up comedy is the highlight here, with entertainment that will have you laughing all night.

The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
This multi-level venue is a replica of Rome’s ancient Colosseum and can host round 4,300 people. One of the most spectacular theaters in Vegas, the venue hosts a wide range of performances by all-star international musicians, comedians and artists-in-residence.

The Fountains of Bellagio
Not your traditional theatre, the fountains are one of the biggest shows in Las Vegas. Seek out the best spot on the sidewalk, wait for the music to begin and watch the fountains shoot out into the air. The more than 1,000 water fountains are illuminated by magnificent lights and perform perfectly times dances to any song.


Las Vegas food scene is not just about the overstuffed buffets and American steakhouses. The city is a prime destination for international chefs, so you can expect a wide variety of well-crafted food. All the world class fine-dining establishments and beloved food chains, can make the choice of where to eat overwhelming.

Restaurant Guy Savoy
The exquisitely prepared and finely served dishes here are not cheap. But this Michelin-starred restaurant is worth splurging for. Owned by France’s Guy Savoy – his only eatery in America – the picturesque tasting menu will help you understand the success of his culinary empire.

Ramen hashi
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly eat, the Tokyo-style ramen here will check all the boxes. Made from scratch in Chinatown, its simplicity may go again the Las Vegas attitude, but its fresh flavours are authentic and respectable.

Le Cirque
A unique setting for a delectable culinary experience, the colourful interior of this restaurant resembles the inside of a circus tent. Specializing in French cuisine, the restaurant has won over a dozen awards and offers several menus, catering to vegetarian and vegans as well as hardened carnivores.

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