Flights to Reno
Reno, Nevada is the state’s fourth largest city, a smaller version of Las Vegas, and is also much easier on the pocketbook than Sin City. Situated in a valley near the base of Sierra Nevada Mountains, the city sits at 4,000 feet above sea level. Reno features unique casinos, wedding chapels, shopping centers, winter sports, and popular yearly festivals with great mountain views. Clearly, Reno, an unknown gem of Nevada, has much to offer a vacationer looking for excitement at great prices. Reno is also located within easy driving distance to the Lake Tahoe resort area, gold and silver mining ghost towns and even the state capital of Carson City.
Reno's Yearly Festivals and Attractions
Reno has several popular yearly festivals which usually sell out the local hotel rooms. These include the Hot August Nights Car Show, Street Vibrations Motorcycle Show, Reno Air Races in the spring, yearly bowling tournaments at the National Bowling Stadium, and a popular Cinco de Mayo festival. Reno is also home to the National Automobile Museum, the University of Nevada, and casino-hotels including El Dorado, Silver Legacy, Circus Circus, and the Atlantis.
Cheap tickets and Packages to Reno
Reno is an easy jump by plane and flights to Reno can be booked from many locations. Cheap flights to Reno are an easy find during the off-season during spring and fall. Keep in mind the cost of Reno flights do vary during the seasons and are most expensive during the summer and winter months.
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