Formed on December 8, 1950, Paradise is an unincorporated town in Clark County, Nevada. Although Paradise encompasses an area of Las Vegas that is well populated and attracts the majority of tourists, it remains a lesser known small town. This might be due to the fact that Paradise ZIP codes retain Las Vegas mailing addresses.
McCarran International Airport, the University of Nevada, and the majority of the infamous Las Vegas Strip are all considered to be part of Paradise. In fact, most of the largest tourist attractions in Las Vegas are found in Paradise, except for the downtown areas.
The Las Vegas Strip is a 4-mile stretch of South Las Vegas Boulevard, internationally acclaimed for its concentration of casinos and resort hotels. The Strip is a popular tourist attraction, and widely known for its scenic lights at night. The “City that Never Sleeps” attracts visitors from all walks of life; from businessmen who enjoy the casinos, to couples who travel to Paradise for the fun and memorable themed weddings offered in the many chapels dotted along The Strip. Tourists and locals alike often walk along The Strip, although there are many shuttles available as well.
The Strip is home to MGM Studios, Caesars Palace, and The Mirage, just to name a few of the resort casinos. Many of the casinos have a host of entertaining shows and attractions such as the fountains at the Bellagio, the Fall of Atlantis and Festival Fountain at Caesars Palace, the volcano at The Mirage, and Cirque du Soleil shows can be seen at the MGM Grand, Bellagio, Treasure Island, and Luxor. Entertainers and comedians are always in town, performing at the many casinos as well. Whether you enjoy gambling or watching the various entertainment attractions, there’s something for everyone in Paradise.
The Strip is sometimes referred to as the Resort Corridor or Resort District by the locals, and has come to encompass areas that are outside of Paradise, including residences. Many of the locals make their living working in the hotels, casinos, and shops along The Strip and enjoy living in close proximity to their place of employment. Tourists that flock to Vegas often stay in one of the many hotels, but some prefer to rent out summer homes for a week or two on their vacation.
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