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Walking on the Las Vegas Strip

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If all your activity is limited to the Vegas Strip, then walking on the Las Vegas strip is ideal. The entire 4.2 miles length of the Las Vegas Strip is pedestrian-friendly, with footbridges at all the main intersections. Both sides of the Strip are lined with hotels and casinos, shops, restaurants, and lots of attractions.

This is probably the best way to really enjoy the Vegas Strip. There is a lot to see and do. Remember, however, that the Strip is a little over 4 miles long, so plan accordingly.

Here are some tips to make your walking experience enjoyable

The one thing you must bring is the most comfortable pair of shoes you have. Make that two pairs! You are going to do more walking than you can even imagine. Shoes that are too high or tight will end your walk much sooner than you had planned.

Make regular stops. Rest whenever you can to avoid getting tired quickly, maybe get refreshments at shops along the way. Besides the mega resorts along the strip, there are a few Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy and McDonald's along the way. After each stop, you will be able to continue with a fresh burst of energy.

Take some water with you to avoid dehydration. Take as much as you can carry comfortably and plan to buy more along the way if you run out.

In the extremely hot Summer months, spend as little time outside as possible. You may actually want to reconsider walking during those months. Las Vegas is in a desert after all, and the temperature is usually in the hundreds.

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Remember to take a light sweater or jacket with you, even if it's sweltering hot outside. It may seem nice at first when you come in from the heat, but the casinos are kept at a constant temperature of 60 degrees. Not good, if you happen to be wearing a tank top and shorts.

Cross the street at designated spots or use the pedestrian overpass. (check below for a list of overpass locations) Do not jaywalk. You will be hit with a heavy fine if you're caught. As of September 2013, the fine for Jaywalking in Las Vegas was $198.00

Besides getting fined, you don't become a statistic. Las Vegas Valley was ranked as the sixth most dangerous metropolitan area when it comes to auto-pedestrian fatalities. Traffic on The Vegas Strip is notoriously dangerous. A combination of high speeding cars, wide roads, reckless pedestrians and distracted drivers account for the high fatality rate. Only cross the Vegas Strip at designated crosswalks or over-head walkways.

Las Vegas police allow people to walk down the Strip and the Fremont Street Experience with alcoholic beverages in plastic containers (no bottles or cans). Remember, however, that this is not allowed anywhere else in the city.

Check the weather and take a map of the Strip with you so you can plan your stops. Check out the list of free attractions too. Don't miss anything!

Pedestrian Crossways across the Vegas Strip

Pedestrian bridges are available at 7 walkways over Las Vegas Blvd. (Vegas Strip). Below is a list of the Las Vegas Strip overpasses and the hotel casinos located within each overpass.

Hotels on the West Side of the Vegas Strip Closest Pedestrian Walkway is
Mandalay Bay, Luxor, Excalibur Between Excalibur and the Tropicana
New York New York, Park MGM, Orleans Between New York, New York and MGM
Aria, Vdara, Waldorf Astoria, Jockey Club Between City Center and Planet Hollywood
Cosmopolitan, Bellagio, Gold Coast, Rio, Palms Between the Bellagio and Bally's
Caesars Palace Between Caesars Palace and Cromwell
Treasure Island, Mirage Between Treasure Island and the Venetian
Fashion Show Mall, Trump International Hotel Between Fashion Show Mall and the Wynn
View from Pedestrian Walkway
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Hotels on the East Side of the Vegas Strip Closest Pedestrian Walkway across Las Vegas Blvd.
Tropicana, Hooters Between Tropicana and Excalibur
MGM Grand, Polo Towers, Hard Rock Between MGM Grand and New York, New York
Planet Hollywood, Paris Between Planet Hollywood and City Center
Bally's, Cromwell Between Bally's and the Bellagio
Flamingo, O'Sheas Casino, The LINQ, The LINQ Hotel & Casino Between Cromwell and Caesars Palace
Harrah's, Casino Royale, Venetian, Palazzo Between the Venetian and Treasure Island
Wynn, Encore Between the Wynn and Fashion Show Mall
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Walking distance from Mandalay Bay to Miles KM
Mandalay Bay 0.0 0.0
Luxor 0.2 0.32
Excalibur / Tropicana 0.4 0.64
New York-New York / MGM Grand 0.6 0.97
Showcase Mall 0.7 1.13
Park MGM 0.8 1.29
ARIA Las Vegas
1.0 1.61
Harley Davidson Cafe 1.0 1.61
Planet Hollywood 1.2 1.93
Bellagio / Paris 1.4 2.25
Bally's / Cromwell 1.5 2.41
Caesars Palace / Flamingo 1.7 2.74
Harrah's 1.8 2.90
Mirage / Casino Royale 1.9 3.05
Venetian / Palazzo 2.0 3.22
Treasure Island 2.2 3.54
Fashion Show Mall 2.3 3.70
Wynn / Encore
2.5 4.02
Stardust (demolished) 2.8 4.51
Slots-A-Fun / Riviera 3.0 4.83
Circus Circus 3.1 4.99
SLS Hotel & Casino Las Vegas 3.6 5.79
Stratosphere 3.9 6.28
Downtown / Fremont Street 5.9 9.50

Walgreens Locations on Vegas Strip

Walgreens
Walgreens - The Grand Canal Shoppes
3339 S Las Vegas Blvd
(702) 369-8166
Open 24 hours
(near the Palazzo) - Corner of Las Vegas Blvd & Buccaneer Way.
Pharmacy Hours: Open 24 hours
Walgreens
3765 S Las Vegas Blvd
(702) 739-9645
Open 24 hours
(across from Park MGM Open - 24/7)
Pharmacy Hours: 8am - 10pm
Walgreens - Miracle Mile Shops
3717 S Las Vegas Blvd Ste 100
(702) 262-0635
Open 24 hours
Corner of Las Vegas Blvd & Harmon Ave.
Pharmacy Hours: 8am - 10pm
Walgreens Downtown Las Vegas
495 Fremont Street #170
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 385-1284
Fremont / 4th Street
Pharmacy Hours: 9am - 5pm

CVS Pharmacy Locations on Vegas Strip

CVS Pharmacy Las Vegas
CVS Pharmacy
3758 S Las Vegas Blvd
(702) 262-9284
Open 24 hours
(Next to Park MGM)
CVS Pharmacy
Bally's Las Vegas Hotel & Casino
3645 S Las Vegas Blvd
(702) 474-4089
Open 24 hours
CVS Pharmacy
Treasure Island
3300 S Las Vegas Blvd
(702) 866-2350
Open 24 hours
CVS Pharmacy Downtown Las Vegas
1812 East Charleston Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89104
702-384-5047
Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 9:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

When you're tired of walking, there are several ways to get back. Consider the following :

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