Travellers are invited to explore a cosmopolitan mix of attractions while touring two of the most renowned cities in the USA. From Las Vegas, the city of lights and casinos, to the country’s beating heart and iconic metropolis, New York City, holidaymakers can experience the unique nightlife and high-end dining, and soak up the atmosphere of the big city life.
- New York City: Ameritania, Manhattan at Times Square or NYMA Hotel
- Las Vegas: Excalibur or Luxor Las Vegas
- Fly from London or Manchester to Las Vegas
- 4 nights in Las Vegas (resort fees payable locally)
- Flight from Las Vegas to New York
- 3 nights in New York
- Flight from New York to London or Manchester
Groupon’s Guide To New York
One of the liveliest places in the world, the city that never sleeps has no shortage of action, standing as a year-round destination for globetrotters. Taking pride in its coastal position, at the confluence of Hudson River and the Atlantic Ocean, the metropolitan New York City area consists of five boroughs, with Manhattan being the most famous and Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island following closely behind.
While in the Big Apple, holidaymakers may take a breath of fresh air in the famous Central Park or combine leisurely strolls with shopping sprees in the brightly illuminated Times Square. After admiring the flashing neon and electric lights of the towering skyscrapers from the Empire State Building observatory, travellers may visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a mix of medieval and modern art. After enjoying shows at the Broadway Theatre, tourists may indulge their appetites by tasting the local cheesecake or pizza before returning to the hotel in a typical yellow cab. New York has a humid continental climate, and is influenced by two continental air masses, a warm, humid one from the southwest and a cold, dry one from the northwest. New York autumns are mild, while winters tend to be long and cold, with plenty of snowfall and temperatures below freezing.
Groupon’s Guide To Las Vegas
Situated in the Mojave Desert of Southern Nevada, the entertainment capital of the world mesmerises travellers with its mega hotels, casino complexes and fantasy-like environment.
Four decades after its opening, the icon of classic Sin City, Caesar’s Palace still manages to beckon visitors with miles of gold decor, marble columns and copies of Greek and Roman statuary. Between W Sahara Avenue and Desert Inn Road, the Adventuredome allures thrill seekers with its five acres of climate-controlled parkland where waterfalls, animated dinosaurs and rides keep spirits high. Vegas breaks are accompanied by live music and entertainment, and the Strip is the place where popular theatres and bars make for a night to remember. Las Vegas has a subtropical climate with an average of about 310 sunny days per year. In autumn, temperatures drop to an average of 28°C in October and 19°C in November, with 80-90% daily sunshine throughout the season. Winter temperatures range between 17°C and 14°C, while nights get really cold, with average low temperatures of 1°C.