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Flights from Carlsbad to Las Vegas

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Airports in Carlsbad

The City of Carlsbad is served by McClellan-Palomar Airport.The McClellan-Palomar Airport is situated approximately 5 kilometers away from the Carlsbad city in San Diego County, California. It is a public airport owned by the County of San Diego. The airport is used for both general aviation and commercial aviation. Cal Jet airlines fly from here connecting the city of Las Vegas. The city is well connected with the airport through airport shuttle service, limos & taxis, transit & scheduled buses, and rental cars.

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the largest city in and the commercial engine of the state of Nevada, US. It is one of the world’s most visited and most renowned resort cities and offers a complete range of top-end tourist attractions like entertainment, shopping, fine dining, gambling, and nightlife. Las Vegas is also nicknamed the Entertainment Capital of the World because of its posh hotels, upscale casinos and tons of glitterati. It also has the world’s highest number of AAA Five Diamond hotels. Owing to its worldwide popularity, this city has been the backdrop of several movies and TV shows.

Things to do in Las Vegas

The Strip

The Strip is a 2.5 mile long part of the Las Vegas Boulevard in the megacity called Las Vegas. Decorated with a heavy show of neon lights, this iconic street is dotted with several upscale casinos, posh hotels and tons of free and expensive entertainment features. Entertainment is another thing that you can possibly not dissociate Las Vegas from, because it is all dotted with several performance venues for music, comedy and circus-style acts in addition to many street performances and dancing fountains.

Fremont Street Experience

The Fremont Street Experience is a prominent pedestrian mall located across 4 blocks of Fremont Street in Las Vegas. It is located a little further away from The Strip. Visitors come here to experience a unique audio and visual show here under a canopy turned on and off by neon and LED lights. This space is also dotted with street performers. A star attraction here is the a barrel vault canopy that is 90 feet high and spans nearly 1500 feet in length.


Bellagio is a famous resort, luxury hotel and casino located on the Las Vegas Strip. Its breathtaking aesthetics and ornate designing are considered a triumph of architecture and engineering. The hotel features the Fountains of Bellagio, which is a large dancing water fountain synchronized to preset music beats. Also of note inside the hotel is a carefully maintained flower garden while the interiors flaunt a stellar lineup of over 2000 hand-blown glass flowers and are spread across 2000 square feet of the lobby ceiling.

Best Time to fly to Las Vegas

The best time to fly to Las Vegas is the summer and winter seasons from June to August and December to February. The temperature soars beyond 90 deg F on summers and stays around 50 deg F during winters. One can enjoy the World Series of Poker and Las Vegas Bowl respectively during these two times. Those wishing to save some money on their trip to Las Vegas can visit the city in the spring season from March to May. The temperature ranges in the 70s during the day while evenings are much cooler. One can get to enjoy NASCAR Weekend and Academy of Country Music Awards during this time of the year.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

Frequent visitor

Vegas has always been fun. Now that we are through a lot of what’s been going on for over the last two years, Vegas is Returning to its normal self. Lots of good deals on casinos and shows. - David  Nov 03, 2021

A most vacation...

My husband and I loved everything about Las Vegas... The Strips and Fairmount area was amazing. There were so many different attractions to see. You really don't need a rental car, but you must have comfortable shoes to walk up and down the strips. - Petrina  Sep 14, 2021