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San Francisco and Las Vegas Multi Centre

Two iconic cities, you could spend a week in both San Francisco and Las Vegas and still wouldn't have time to fit everything that there is to see and do in these fascinating cities. So we have have highlighted our top picks for each so you can get the most out of your stay. With the landmark of the Golden Gate Bridge as your backdrop, venture into the bustling streets of San Francisco where east meets west in Chinatown. Dining on dumplings without knowing exactly what is in them and trying to get to grip with chopsticks is what makes being in this thriving part of the city so much fun. Couples and families alike will love an afternoon stroll through the Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park admiring the beautiful eastern architecture you will forget for a moment you are in California. Head to the skies and arrive in the bright lights of Las Vegas. Appreciate the history of 'The Strip' and visit Fremont Street to spectate at the impressive light show or head away from the excitement to the baron landscapes that surround this desert city. For a different kind of adventure, visit Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for an exhilarating hike or face your fear of vertigo and walk the Skywalk, a glass horse-shoe shaped bridge over the western Grand Canyon.

7 days
Private basis, Self-Guided
Start your journey
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

Trip highlights

  • Take a ride on the iconic Cable Cars in San Francisco
  • Taste the local delicacy; clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl
  • Get a great view of the Las Vegas Strip from the High Roller
  • Watch the Bellagio Fountains dance to music and lights

San Francisco is surrounded by local suppliers guaranteeing delicious food and wine all year round. We recommend you try some of the local food trucks selling a huge variety to suit all different tastes. Or take a ride on the cable cars down to Fisherman's Wharf to try the local delicacy; clam chowder served in a sourdough bread bowl.

Las Vegas isn't only casinos and parties, there's also fantastic shopping in a variety of malls on the strip aswell as two outlet malls. Head downtown to the Mob Museum onFremont street where you can learn how Las Vegas came to be, and the mobs that used to rule the town. You'll seea whole new perspective ofSin City.