You can head from the heartland of American history to one of the wildest American cities with a flight from Baltimore to Las Vegas from Orbitz.com. From over-the-top performances to exciting casino action, you can find plenty to see and do in Las Vegas. Travelers from Baltimore can visit Las Vegas for a quick weekend escape or plan a longer vacation to see as many things as possible.
Flying out of Baltimore
Travelers flying out of Baltimore on flights to Las Vegas leave from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Airlines served by this airport include United, American, and Delta. Public buses from Baltimore and Washington, D.C., serve this airport. There is also a light rail that travels from downtown Baltimore to the airport. For pickup at your home or business, you can arrange a taxi or airport shuttle to take you to the airport.
Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport offers plenty of things to do while waiting for your flight to take off. You can enjoy a cup of coffee and a snack at Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts, or you can enjoy a full meal at one of the many restaurants at the airport, including Villa Fresh Italian Kitchen, Zona Mexicana, Subway, or Sam Adam's Brewhouse. Luxury and duty-free shopping options are also available on the airport grounds. For a change of pace, visit the Thurgood Marshall Tribute near the observation gallery or stop in at the meditation room to relax for a few minutes.
Las Vegas Vacations
There are so many things to do in Las Vegas, travelers are sure never to get bored in this exciting city. While the casinos and their associated attractions are a big draw for many travelers to Las Vegas, there are also plenty of natural attractions, museums, and kid-friendly attractions in the area as well.
Visiting Las Vegas
When you arrive on your flight from Baltimore, you'll land at McCarran International Airport, which is located about 5 miles from downtown Las Vegas. After leaving baggage claim, you can catch a taxi outside from one of the more than 10 cab companies serving the airport. Group shuttles, which take passengers to various locations around town, are another transportation option popular with visitors to Las Vegas. Alternately, take the free shuttle to the car-rental facility located off-site, where you can rent a car from any of the major car-rental facilities located there, including Hertz, Avis, Alamo, and Thrifty. Public buses also make frequent stops at the airport.
In Las Vegas, the casinos are not just for gambling. Enjoy free daily shows, such as the water fountain display at Bellagio or the exploding volcano in front of the Mirage. Get your adrenaline pumping at Vegas Indoor Skydiving or on one of the roller coasters at Adventuredome theme park. To enjoy the quirkier side of Las Vegas, visit one of the many unusual museums located in town, such as the Pinball Hall of Fame or the Liberace Museum.
Las Vegas has a desert climate, so it is dry year-round. Summer highs reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit, and lows during the summer drop to the high 70s or low 80s. Winter lows drop into the high 30s, and daytime highs in winter tend to hover in the high 50s. For deep discounts on hotels and flights, plan your Las Vegas trip for the weeks following Labor Day or the time period between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Flying from Baltimore to Las Vegas
Whether you plan on living the life of a big spender or taking advantage of all of the free and cheap attractions in Las Vegas, you can have a great time in Nevada on any budget. Book hotel accommodations, vacation packages, and flights from Baltimore to Las Vegas on Orbitz.com to get great deals any time of year.