Las Vegas Frecuently asked questions

Las Vegas Frequently asked questions

You must be 21 or over to drink alcohol or gamble at Las Vegas Casinos. Those under 21 can walk through the casino, but they cannot stand around the gaming areas or the Bars.

You must be 21 years old of age or over to drink. Drinks are served and can be purchased 24 hours a day. You are also allowed to drink in the street and have an open container. However, drunk driving is highly enforced and you will get a DUI if stopped by police. In addition, a Server or Bartender may choose not to serve you anymore alcohol if they feel you have had too much to drink. Have fun, but be sure to carry your personal identification such as Passport, Drivers License at all times during your visit to Las Vegas, most likely is that you will get carded.

Absolutely! Las Vegas is home of the most amazing Casinos-Resorts in the world. You are encouraged to explore all the casinos. Feel free to also take advantage of other casino’s free parking and valet services. Casinos really want you to visit them.

Many shows are suitable for children, but a lot have adult content and will not allow children. There has been a recent trend in Las Vegas to bring back more of the sin in “sincity.” Please check with each casino property for their policy regarding children. Some hotels are more kid friendly and will provide things such as arcades, babysitting, etc. Be aware that Las Vegas Strip has a curfew. Children under 18 are not allowed to be out after 9:00 PM unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas Clark County. However, you can still find plenty of adult entertainment in Vegas if you know where to look, places such as Brothels located outside of Clark County Area are loaded with adult entertainment and Prostitution is permitted within those areas. Brothel’s girls rates varies, average rate is $200.00 for every 15 minutes, make the numbers!