This post is all about a 5 day itinerary to Las Vegas, Nevada.

5 day Las Vegas itinerary

So you’re taking a trip to SIN CITY?

Planning an unforgettable trip to Vegas can be overwhelming! That’s why I’ve created the perfect 5-day itinerary to Las Vegas to help guide you.

Here’s a FREE Las Vegas printable checklist to take on your trip so you don’t miss a thing!

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Here is the BEST 5 day itinerary to Vegas!

5 Day Vegas Itinerary (the short version)

Day 1 – Check into your hotel and relax at the pool. Visit Fremont Street and have dinner at Nacho Daddy.

Day 2 – Breakfast at the Henry at the Cosmopolitan. Explore the Cosmo & Paris Hotels. Rent a car for 24 hours and go to the 7 Magic Mountains. Dinner at Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar.

Day 3 – Leave early for the Las Vegas sign and the Valley of Fire State Park. Drive back to the Vegas strip and tour the Neon Museum.

Day 4 – Brunch at Mon Ami Gabi, Bellagio Gardens. Pool Day. Explore the Venetian. Dinner at Black Tap. Gondola ride. Bellagio Fountain show.

Day 5- Enjoy your last day in Vegas and off to the airport.

5 day Las Vegas itinerary

5 Day Vegas Itinerary (the detailed version)

Where to stay:

The top 3 hotels that I recommend are The Cosmopolitan ,The Bellagio , and Caesars Palace.

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Day 1

You’ll be tired after a day of traveling, so take some time to check into your hotel and get settled.

After you unpack and locate the pool, get ready for your big night out to Fremont Street! Nacho Daddy is the perfect affordable and delicious spot to enjoy your first dinner in Vegas.

5 day itinerary Las Vegas
5 day itinerary Las Vegas

Day 2

Start your day off right with an incredible breakfast at The Henry located in the Cosmopolitan hotel. Afterward, walk around and explore the Cosmo and the Paris hotel.

In the afternoon, consider renting a car for 24 hours and drive off to see the 7 Magic Mountains art installation, located just 25 minutes from the strip.

5 day itinerary Las Vegas
5 day itinerary Las Vegas

Take advantage of your car rental and branch off from dinner on the strip to a delicious family owned Italian restaurant, Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar.

Day 3

Today you will need to get started bright and early! Leave your hotel no later than 9am and head straight to the Vegas sign. Any later than 9:30am, you will have to wait hours to get your photo in front of the sign.

5 day itinerary Las Vegas

Next, hit the road to the Valley of Fire State Park. It’s about 1.5 hour drive, but it is so beautiful, it goes by quickly.

5 day itinerary Las Vegas

It’s been a long day, but the fun isn’t over yet! Head back from the Valley of Fire to the Vegas strip and tour the Neon Museum. It only takes about a half-hour and it’s SO worth it!

Day 4

It’s your last full day in Vegas so make sure you have checked all the boxes of what you wanted to do.

Start your day with brunch at Mon Ami Gabi in the Paris Hotel. This was my favorite brunch that I had in all of Vegas.

Explore the Bellagio gardens inside the Bellagio hotel. This is a beautiful sight to see and you won’t want to miss it! The gardens change every SEASON and it’s basically like a gorgeous art installation made with flowers. This is a must-do and it’s FREE.

5 day itinerary Las Vegas

After you’ve had some time to walk the Las Vegas strip and enjoy some time at the pool, it’s time to go to the Venetian Hotel for dinner at Black Tap and a gondola ride through the canals.

It’s been a long day, but you can’t visit Vegas without seeing the Bellagio Fountains! The show runs frequently and only lasts a few minutes. You can find the schedule here.

Day 5

Time to leave Vegas! If you have a late flight, relax from your busy trip by the pool with a cocktail until it’s time to leave.

That concludes a jam-packed 5 day itinerary to Las Vegas!

This was my personal itinerary for my first trip to Vegas and I had a blast. However, feel free to adjust it to fit your interests. Enjoy your time in Sin City!

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