Cheap Flights from Minneapolis St Paul to Las Vegas Mccarran in 2019
Flight information Minneapolis St Paul to Las Vegas Mccarran
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Fly from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport to McCarran International Airport
Travelers can fly from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) to McCarran International Airport (LAS) for fun girls' and guys' weekends and couples trips. When you arrive in Las Vegas, you can try your luck at one of the many casinos, see a show, hang out by the pool, or enjoy world-class dining. Several major airlines and low-cost carriers operate flights from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport to McCarran International Airport. Delta, Sun Country, and Spirit airlines offer nonstop service from MSP. Frontier, American, United, and Southwest are some of the carriers that offer connecting flights. Nonstop flights from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport to McCarran International Airport take about three and a half hours.
Facilities at McCarran International Airport
When you fly to McCarran International Airport, you will arrive at Terminal 1 or Terminal 3 depending on which airline you fly. The airport offers an Inter-terminal shuttle for travel between Terminal 1 and Terminal 3. You can find the bus stop outside of Level Zero at both terminals. Las Vegas is known for its hospitality, so it is likely that your hotel will have a courtesy shuttle for airport pickup and drop-off. If you are considering renting a car to do some sightseeing outside of the city, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Thrifty serve McCarran Airport. You may also opt for a taxi or public transportation. More than ten taxi companies serve the airport. You can expect to pay $12 to $18 for a ride from the airport to the Las Vegas Strip. Those travelers headed downtown will pay about $5 more. Bus passengers should take Route 109 from Terminal 1 to the South Strip Transfer Station where they can connect to other routes that run throughout the city.
Things to Do Near McCarran International Airport
Of course, you can head to the Strip to one of its many casinos, but Vegas has more to offer than gambling. Consider attending one of the big-name concerts or magic shows. Visit the majestic fountains at the Bellagio. Enjoy a meal at one of several restaurants owned by celebrity chefs. During the summer, you may want to splash around at one of the lush pools or head to the Wet 'n' Wild Waterpark, a favorite place for those traveling to Las Vegas with families. For a little history, head to the Neon Sign Graveyard to see old neon signs once found along Las Vegas Boulevard, the main road that runs through the city. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle, take a short drive or organized tour to Lake Mead where you can visit Hoover Dam.
Hints and Tips for McCarran International Airport
Consider visiting Las Vegas during one of its many annual events. If you love rodeos, visit in October for the Professional Bull Riders World Finals or in December for the National Finals Rodeo. If you are looking to take a trip for New Years' Eve, you will find spectacular displays and parties under the lights of Fremont Street in downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip. When you are wanting a meal in Las Vegas, food can be found everywhere. In addition to four- and five-star restaurants, many casinos offer buffets for a more casual dining experience. Expect a meal for two at a mid-range restaurant to cost between $30 and $50.
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