Traveling to CES from outside the United States?
We have all the information you need to get to Las Vegas and CES.
Need to know how to get to CES? Visit the travel section (in English) to find the best airfare and car rental rates as well as your on-site transportation needs.
Need to know where to stay? Visit the hotel section of CES.tech to make group and individual reservations.
Do you need a visa? Complete the visa application form online. >
Download our Visa Tip Sheet (PDF) for step-by-step instructions, website addresses and other information to make your visa application process successful.
Tips for International Visitors
- The United States operates on 120V and 60Hz. Make sure to bring a converter or plug adapter if necessary.
- Consider bringing cash and international credit cards to avoid high currency exchange rates at the casinos.
- Take advantage of the many services CES offers international visitors.
Important Reminders for Attendees Traveling Into and Out of the United States
It is recommended to allow at least three hours for transfer in any U.S. airport to re-check your luggage and/or proceed to the U.S Customs and Border Protection Services for immigration processing.
Please note that the Form I-94 has been paperless since April 2013. Travelers will be provided with a CBP admission stamp on their travel document. If a traveler needs a copy of his or her I-94 (record of admission) for verification of alien registration, immigration status or employment authorization, it can be obtained on the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website. For detailed information, please check these I-94 Automation help pages.