US Cities: Reno (Nevada State)
"Las Las Vegas", or "The biggest small city in the world", – Reno (Reno, in Russian transcription is often used Reno, 42 km north of Carson City) is positioned as an alternative to Las Vegas, but the real attractiveness of the city is its provincial charm and somewhat enough interesting monuments.
Reno is a local point of interest: Mairon Lake Bridge with Park Water sports Nearby, many casinos on Virginia Street, Nevada Historical Museum with excellent exposure on staff history, National Automobile Museum on the southern bank of the river, Center Wilbur Maaa (Museum, Forest Nursery and Entertainment Park), University Nevada and Mustang Ranch – The largest legalized US Public House.
35 km south-west of Reno begins the largest resort area of the state – Lake Takho. Located at an altitude of 1800 meters above sea level, among the most beautiful Alpine landscapes of Nevada and California, the lake is the focus of popular beach and ski resorts of the highest class and is famous for its bright nightlife, festivals and natural beauty. The State Park of the Lake covers almost the entire Eastern (Nevadi) coast of Tahoe and can offer dozens of hiking trail (about 100 km), tiny beaches, Forenev Lake Spoon, theme Park Pine Rancho, and in the northeastern shore of the lake you can find beautiful arrays of weathered sandstone In the park Vellya-Fair, a beautiful shallow bay of Send Harbor, the Bay of Dietres Cove – a popular place for diving with aqualung, a fashionable area of Villiz with his villas for several million dollars each and private clubs, as well as several first-class golf courses.
No less interesting local attractions are considered Lake Pyramids north of Reno – a beautiful blue space in the Red Desert, the most popular place of sports fish and bird watching (on the Island located in the southern end of Lake Anaho, the American White Pelican Reserve) was opened; Old ranch Scottis Castle; Popular resort town Lahlin and excellent mountain resorts in Spring Mountin and Mount Charleston, as well as town Elko With his Center for People’s Life of the West (Western Folklife Center).