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Nestled into the eastern border of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, Reno, Nevada is a genuine tourist wonderland. Although many people strictly think of Las Vegas when it comes to gambling and cutting loose in the American Southwest, Reno is a very viable alternative. Those in know quickly learn that there are many phenomenal vacation deals to be had in "The Biggest Little City In The World," from hotel deals to private jet charter flights and car rentals. If you're looking to get away from it all but have a limited budget, you'd be smart to consider Reno.

If you want moderate temperatures and minimal precipitation when coming to Reno, then you should aim to visit during the spring or the fall. Summers in Reno can be quite punishing in terms of temperature; it's not unusual at all for the temperature to hover around 90 or 100 degrees for many consecutive days in the peak of the summer season. Many travel websites concur that the fall and the spring - which feature temperatures around the upper 60s and low 70s - are the most agreeable for the majority of people.

How to get there

An abundance of cheap flights go into and out of Reno-Tahoe International Airport on a regular basis, all year round. Therefore, it's very convenient to plan on flying in there then seeing the sights with a rental car. Because it is a major airport, there is a plethora of car rental agencies to choose from; most of them have exceptional car deals going on at any given time. By flying in to Reno-Tahoe International Airport then renting a cheap car, you can start your trip to Reno off on the right foot.

Driving in to Reno isn't difficult. From the east and the west, Interstate 80 is the obvious way to get into Reno. US 395 is the primary north to south thoroughfare, so if you'll be coming from either one of those directions it's the route you'll probably want to take. If you'll be driving from Las Vegas, please be aware that it's about a nine hour drive from city to city.

Where to stay

Since Reno caters to tourists so much, there are dozens and dozens of hotel deals to choose from here. If you'll be coming to Reno and would like to luxuriate in a resort environment, then Club Lakeridge (6028 Plumas Street, Reno) is probably the place for you. It's situated in a scenic area and boasts many great amenities. On the super cheap end of the scale, the Sands Regency Hotel & Casino (345 N Arlington Ave, Reno) in downtown Reno is an inexpensive way to put yourself in the center of the action. A well appointed mid-range option for accommodations in Reno is The Summit at Grand Sierra Resort (2500 E 2nd St, Reno), which combines a resort-like atmosphere with reasonable rates.

What to do

One of the main highlights of Reno is, of course, gambling. There are dozens of casinos to choose from in Reno - and they provide more than just blackjack, poker and slot machine opportunities, too. Most of the big casinos in Reno also boast exceptional dining establishments and plenty of fun filled live entertainment. If you grow tired of gambling, there is still fun to be had in Reno. The Nevada Museum of Art is located here and features a revolving display of traveling exhibits. It's a nice place to get away from the hectic nature of fast paced Reno.

Where to eat

If you're in the mood for an amazing burger, head back behind the Nugget Casino to Jim Kelley's Nugget Diner (233 North Virginia Street, Reno). Despite its name, the Awful Awful burger has been voted the best burger in the state on numerous occasions. Feel like Italian? The Ristorante Placido (121 Vesta Street, Reno) is a surefire way to enjoy Italian cuisine that is delectable, fresh and cheap. Finally, enjoy the finest in all you can eat by stopping in at the Island Buffet (2707 S Virginia St, Reno), which serves up the best breakfast in Reno.

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