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Must see places while driving from Las Vegas to Flagstaff
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The total driving distance from Flagstaff, AZ to Las Vegas, NV is 249 miles or 401 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Flagstaff, Arizona. It ends in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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It takes less than 4 hours to drive from Flagstaff to Las Vegas on US-93. As you head out from Flagstaff you will start your journey on the Historic Route 66. According to Visit Arizona’s website, Arizona is home to the longest original stretch of Route 66 and Flagstaff was the main drag of that route.
Before your journey stop by at the Galaxy Diner and you will be transported into the 50s. They serve old-fashioned shakes, malts and sundaes from the classic fountain. Listen to the jukebox tunes of Bobby Darin, Patsy Cline and Elvis Presley. And every Friday night the place is filled with classic cars. For those who want free Swing Dance lessons you must stop by on Saturday nights.
Another recommended stop in Flagstaff on Route 66 is The Museum Club. You must be 21 years and older to dine and drink at the Club. This ‘cowboy bar’ is a great place for burgers, live music and dancing. Remember to have a designated driver if you plan to drink at The Museum Club before driving from Flagstaff to Las Vegas.
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