Top 7 European landmarks
in Las Vegas

Top 7 European landmarks in Las Vegas

From the Eiffel Tower at Paris to the canals of Venice at the Venetian, it’s easy to feel like you’ve hopped across the pond.

Here are the Top 7 sights in Las Vegas that made me feel a bit like I was in Europe, only without the cobblestones.

1. Paris Las Vegas features replicas of many famous landmarks in Paris, including the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.

2. The Bellagio Hotel’s choreographed fountain show is one of the most popular free attractions in Las Vegas. You can watch the show from the sidewalk or from one of the restaurants that looks out on the 8.5-acre lake, which is loosely based on northern Italy’s Lake Como near the village of Bellagio, Lombardy.

Top 7 European landmarks in Las Vegas
The High Roller observation wheel at Linq is modelled after the London Eye.

3. The Linq features an observation wheel based on the famous London Eye. The wheel offers views of the Las Vegas Strip and the surrounding desert.

4. The Park MGM’s crowning glory is Eataly, a higher-end Italian food hall that features a variety of Italian-themed restaurants, bars and food counters.

Top 7 European landmarks in Las Vegas
Head to the Venetian for all things Italy, including gondola rides.

5. The Venetian features replicas of many famous landmarks from Venice, including the Rialto Bridge and the Doge’s Palace. You can also take a gondola ride through the hotel’s indoor canals.

6. The Wynn’s Lake of Dreams features a nightly show that includes fountains, music and lights inspired by European-style gardens.

7. The Colosseum at Caesars Palace is based on the ancient Colosseum in Rome, and is used for live entertainment shows such as concerts and boxing matches.


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