Printable Version of The Las Vegas Strip Casino Map


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According to the LVCVA, Las Vegas is one of the most visited cities in the world, attracting upwards of 40 million visitors annually and boasting over 150,000 hotel rooms. The vast majority of those visitors wind up on the Las Vegas Strip, where they may choose from a variety of casino resorts. Many resorts in Las Vegas are attractions in and of themselves, with free shows, stunning architecture, and intricate themes.

To help guests plan their vacation, we created this easy-to-read map of the Las Vegas Strip that begins on the south end at the iconic “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign and runs north to The Strat, detailing every hotel and casino along the way.

It’s worth noting that, while homes appear to be near on the map and in person, distances can be deceiving. After all, the Strip is more than 4 miles long from beginning to end. Plan beforehand, especially on hot summer days, and make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into before venturing out.

The casino map of the Las Vegas Strip (below) is both downloadable and printable.

Visit the Las Vegas Strip with These Tips and Tricks

  • Take advantage of free attractions (here’s a list of all the possibilities!). Despite the low cost, free spectacles such as the Bellagio Fountains, Mirage’s Volcano, and Wynn’s Lake of Dreams are sure to impress.
  • Sure, the Strip looks great from the ground, but have you seen it from the Eiffel Tower replica in Paris or the 550-foot-high High Roller Observation Wheel? If not, we recommend upgrading to the High Roller package, which includes an open bar and limitless drinks!
  • Want to see the entire Las Vegas Strip without having to walk for miles? Maverick Helicopters’ aerial tour will give you a bird’s eye view of the area. Flyovers of the Las Vegas Strip start at $89 and maybe scheduled in advance here!
  • The Venetian, Caesars Palace, New York New York, Paris, Luxor, and Excalibur are all must-see themed resorts on the Las Vegas Strip. Make a note of them on the downloadable map and make sure to include them in your agenda!
  • The Las Vegas Monorail travels behind the east side resorts and makes stops at MGM Grand, Bally’s/Paris, Flamingo, Harrah’s/LINQ, Las Vegas Convention Center, Westgate, and Sahara, yet it is not shown on our map of Las Vegas Strip casinos.
  • There are many free tram options that connect hotels on the Strip, in addition to the Monorail. Tram systems that are free to use connect:

-Mandalay Bay, Luxor, and Excalibur are three of the most well-known resorts in the world.

-Mirage and TI

-Aria/Park MGM, Bellagio, and Crystals

A mobile casino is a gambling establishment that can be accessed through a mobile device, such as a smartphone or tablet. The games offered at mobile casinos are typically the same as those offered at online casinos.

Hopefully, our Las Vegas Strip casino map, which you can download and print, will be useful as you plan your next vacation! Whatever hotel you choose, the fact that you’re in Vegas ensures that you’ll have a terrific time!

Despite being rough trade, Derrick prefers to use sarcasm over fists because the parts of Atlanta he grew up in still consider it witchcraft. A.k.a. The Buff Dude, he’s a sucker for roulette, a total video game geek, and a beast when it comes to online casino security. We mainly hired him because he is scary AF but don’t tell him we said that.

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