Atlantic City

Atlantic City is a resort city on New Jersey's Atlantic coast that's known for its many casinos, wide beaches and iconic Boardwalk.

Amazing Experience

Established in the 1800s as a health resort, today the city is dotted with glitzy high-rise hotels and nightclubs. In addition to gambling at slot machines and table games, the casinos offer spa treatments, performances by famous comedy and music acts, and high-end shopping.

Gateway to the Casinos

high-stakes poker table or play the penny slots

Travel with children and pets

Possibility to rent the stroller & Pet Friendly Hotels

Package specifications

Beach. Boardwalk. Big Fun.

Picturesque Atlantic City

AC by Day

Atlantic City has always been about entertainment, but in recent years, the city has become a must-stop location for popular Jersey shore events such as top musical acts in concert, championship boxing matches, celebrity sightings, family-friendly Boardwalk Hall events, and more.


Day 1 - The ShopRite LPGA Classic


DAY 2 - Hang out at many of the Free Beaches


DAY 3 - See some Live Music and Attend a Live Event


DAY 4- Parasailing, Surfing, Water & Oceans


DAY 5 - Restaurant Week & Fine Dining Along with Outdoor Eateries




Non Stop Gaming

The hardest part will be choosing which of these casino resorts in Atlantic City to visit first.

FanDuel Sportsbook at Bally's


The FanDuel Sportsbook at Bally’s Atlantic City is located by the casino’s northern Boardwalk entrance. Two large video walls and multiple betting kiosks will have you immersed in the excitement of the game

Enlightenment is not just one state

Atlantic City has enough things to do to keep you busy for weeks, but it’s also a great place for a fun-filled weekend getaway. It is known as the “Las Vegas of the East” because of its ’round-the-clock entertainment and lively atmosphere, but it has even more to offer thanks to the miles of sandy beaches and family-fun atmosphere of oceanside amusement parks.

The Boardwalk is a classic wooden promenade dating back to 1870, and today it spans 5.5 miles of coastline. Tourists short on time or who simply want to have the full Boardwalk experience can ride in the unique electric tram or in the people-powered rolling chairs, similar to a rickshaw. Most of Atlantic City’s most popular attractions are positioned along the Boardwalk, and you will find no shortage of food vendors, beach supplies, and arcades.

Among the most iconic landmarks is The Steel Pier, a huge seaside amusement park that was first opened in 1898. Today, it is fully updated and includes a full range of rides, from kiddie trains to thrill rides like the Slingshot. Here, you can also find the most classic of all rides, The Wheel, a 227-foot Ferris wheel with gondola-style passenger cars. Weather permitting, this is in operation year-round, and each car is temperature controlled for comfort. All rides and games are ticketed, with no high-priced admission fee for those who just want to enjoy the carnival atmosphere.

For a classic Atlantic City experience, tourists can stay at Caesars Atlantic City, a four-star resort hotel located in the heart of the action, just a block from the Boardwalk. The resort offers a full range of amenities, including a pool, fitness center, full-service spa, game room, free shuttle service, beach access, and on-site dining and entertainment.

Another centrally located hotel that’s a bit more budget-friendly is the Courtyard Marriott Atlantic City Beach Block, which is just two blocks from the Boardwalk and Steel Pier. The hotel offers several conveniences, including bicycle rentals, a free shuttle bus, self-serve laundry, and a 24-hour snack bar, as well as an on-site restaurant.

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