Travel Agent’s Most Popular Las Vegas Travel Stories of 2013

As 2013 draws to a close, Travel Agent is taking a look back at some of the most popular Las Vegas travel stories of the year. From the hottest holiday celebrations to the best nightclubs and pool parties, here are the most popular Vegas stories ranked in order of popularity by you, our readers. 

las vegasTop Las Vegas 4th of July 2013 Celebrations and Firework Shows

4th of July was a big holiday in Las Vegas this year, as our round-up of Sin City’s celebrations and fireworks shows proved to be the most popular story by far. Highlighted celebrations included the fireworks over Caesar’s Palace, Station Casinos and Lake Las Vegas. Additionally, we took a look at the July 4th with the Las Vegas Philharmonic and Boulder City’s Damboree Celebration. 

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las vegasTop 7 Las Vegas Pool Parties for Summer 2013

Pool parties have exploded in popularity in Vegas over the pas few years, and this pat summer was no exception. We checked out Wet Republic at MGM Grand, The Encore Beach Club at the Wynn Las Vegas, the Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan and more. 

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martiniTop 5 Las Vegas Nightclubs and Dayclubs for Summer 2013

Nightclubs have long been a Las Vegas stable. For 2013, we rounded up some of the most popular, as well as their dayclub brethren. Hakkasan at MGM Grand topped the list, as well as Hyde at Bellagio and Krave Massive. 

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halloweenTop 5 Las Vegas 2013 Halloween Events and Celebrations

Halloween is another huge Vegas holiday. This year, Travel Agent spotlighted Mandalay Bay’s Haunted Reef at Shark Reef, Hard Rock Hotel’s Fetish and Fantasy Ball, HallOVeen at Opportunity Village, and more. 

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chinese new yearLas Vegas Celebrates Chinese New Year 2013 With Entertainment and Festivities

Rounding out our list is our wrap-up of Chinese New Year celebrations, which took place in early 2013. The Conservatory and Botanical Gardens at Bellagio had a prosperous money tree, The Venetian Resort-Hotel-Casino and The Palazzo Las Vegas hosted a Year of the Snake display and Chinese New Year in the Desert hosted a series of Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean cultural celebrations.

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