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Colorado Springs to Las Vegas Route Information

Travel Distance:602 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Frontier Airlines
Weekly Flights:27
Avg. Flight Duration:2.1 Hours

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Airports in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is served by Colorado Springs Airport. This city-owned airport is located about 10 kilometers southeast of Colorado Springs in El Paso County. Colorado Springs Airport offers flights to numerous destinations including the likes of Las Vegas, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, and more. Gray Line and Ramblin Express offers bus services to and from the airport. Other ground transportation options to and from Colorado Springs Airport include ski shuttles, taxis, Limos, and rideshare (Uber and Lyft).

Explore Las Vegas

Las Vegas is the most populated city in the US state of Nevada. Officially known as Vegas, the city is well-known for its casino-scene. Above and beyond casinos, the thoughtful coin can be dropped in the first-class shops, celeb chef restaurants, and penthouse suites along the Strip. This desert oasis, which grew to a great height with the construction of the nearby Hoover Dam, also presents profusion of rich history and unconventional experiences to discover, especially when a sightseer wanders off the Strip and into the Fremont Street Experience in the old downtown.

Things to do in Las Vegas

Las Vegas Natural History Museum

Las Vegas Natural History Museum features the relics of dinosaurs, marine animals, and creatures aboriginal to Africa and the Nevadan Mojave Desert. The distinctive displays of the exhibition hall illustrate guests about the multifaceted connection among people and the ecosystem. Permanent displays of the exhibition hall integrate the Treasures of Egypt, highlighting nearly 500 replicated ancient artifacts.

Discovery Children's Museum

Discovery Children's Museum is set in the New Donald W. Reynolds Discovery Center. This museum houses more than 26,000 square feet of presentation space. Discovery Children's Museum offers exhibitions in science, culture, and arts, and early childhood development.

Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition

Titanic - The Artifact Exhibition is features an enchanting gathering of ancient rarities recovered from the ship's destruction. Tourists can stroll through validly recreated first and second-class rooms and view their photos taken on life-sized recreation of the staggering 'Grand Staircase'.

Best Time to Fly to Las Vegas

The best time to visit Las Vegas is from March to May and from September to November. The city sees an influx of visitors during the winter months, particularly during the New Year’s Eve.

Las Vegas Travelers' Reviews

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

My Birthday Trip!

I enjoyed my first visit to Las Vegas. I enjoyed night life on the strip. My transit ride on the strip was nice to the outlet malls. I enjoyed the food at Cafe Americano and Virgils bbq. Drinks at Margaritaville was great. I even gambled more than usual. I will be visiting again. - Diana  Jul 15, 2021