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In a four hour flight with Swoop from Toronto to Las Vegas, you will land in the entertainment capital of the world. In the city that never sleeps, it has something for everyone. Remember, what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
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When you land in Las Vegas, there are lots of options to get you from the airport to the strip. You can hail a taxi or a rideshare through Lyft or Uber, rent a car, or catch public transit right from the terminal. You can see more details for airport transportation on the McCarran International Airport website. Once you get to your hotel, if you want to explore the strip, you can hop on the Las Vegas Monorail which stops at many hotels as well as outlet malls and the Las Vegas Convention Centre. There is also another public transit option that runs through the strip and beyond – you can check out routes and more details on the RTC website.
With so many hotels and resorts to choose from, the key to getting a good deal in Vegas is to do your research before you fly. Take advantage of the best deal you can find and see what kind of perks come with your reservation, such as discounts to restaurants, free show tickets or free entry to clubs. Make sure to check the Las Vegas Convention Centre and sports calendars, as rates may go up if there’s a big event happening in town. If you’re saving money for a fancy dinner, many hotels have food courts where you can find cheap, convenient eats for breakfast and lunch. With so much to see and do on the strip, you’ll be sure to find lots of free entertainment – check out a free performance at Circus Circus or the volcano eruption at the Mirage Hotel, and of course everyone needs an Instagram pic in front of the iconic Las Vegas sign!
While the most common mode of transportation around Vegas is hailing a taxi, it’s important to know that it’s illegal to hail a cab on the strip, so you need to head to a designated cab stand to grab a ride. If you’re looking to explore Vegas off the main drag, check out the Downtown Container Park for vintage shopping and live entertainment, or head to the Neon Museum for some Insta-worthy photo ops.
There are lots of options to get to the Edmonton Airport. If you are driving, you can show your Swoop boarding pass to get 20% off parking at Park2Go. There are also bus and shuttle options, which can be found on the Edmonton Airport website. Whatever transportation option you choose, make sure to give yourself lots of time to check in and get through security.