The thrill of the game is the same anywhere. Still, playing at some of the oldest tables out there is exhilarating.
So we decided to take a closer look at the most striking and (very) old tables you can still enjoy today.
Venice #1 Casino
Just a quick glance at the details of this casino, you can see that it is a real gambling museum still in operation.
The casino has a main entrance on the Venice Grand Canal, so its entrance is already special. It has been open since 1638, making it the oldest casino in the world.
In its rooms, elegant and very formal, you will find chemin de fer, roulette, or popular slot machinesAll come with luxurious decor with large crystal chandeliers that show you are in a unique space.
No. 2 Casino de Spa
Lambert Xhrouet and Gérard de Leau decided to undertake a project to establish a space for the aristocrats of the Spa to revel in the luxury they deserve.
So, in 1763, the Casino de Spa opened its doors, an institution that is still open today. What remains is its opulent decor that allows visitors to step back a few centuries to become part of a very special history.
#3 Baden-Baden Casino
Considered the most beautiful casino in the world, here you can step into two very different things. Of course, one of them is to play in their room, but if you don’t want to tempt fate and want to know it, the casino offers a tour as if it were a museum.
And it’s no surprise, as this casino has been open since 1834 and still retains much of the luxury furnishings of its early years. Sophisticated, captivating and exciting gameplay awaits you in a building that is also very close to the landscape of the Black Forest.
Casino No. 4 Monte Carlo
The county of Monte Carlo is known worldwide for its casinos. This is the most important of all the ones found in Monaco and, of course, one of the most important in the world.
Big stars, business magnates and celebrities of all kinds pass through this tiny principality on the French Riviera every year. Well, it’s almost impossible not to visit the Monte Carlo Casino, an institution that first opened in 1858 and has become a benchmark of luxury and glitz.
#5 Las Vegas Golden Gate
In Las Vegas, there are a large number of casinos that stand out for different reasons. However, few can boast of the history of the Golden Gate, a business that has been in operation since 1906 and where stars like Sinatra and Bob Hope have passed.
At the Golden Gate, you must try the shrimp cocktail, as it was the first casino in the city to serve it in the 50s, becoming an icon.
No. 6 Casino di Campione
In 1917, a casino opened on the shores of Lake Lugano in Italy for the purpose of entertaining and spying on Secret Service agents during World War I.
This thrilling story may have come to an end now, but if you’re ready for a credit card machine or terminalNow you will be able to play roulette, blackjack or baccarat tables.
Flamingo Casino No. 7
One of the symbols of Las Vegas. Flamingo is completely decorated with palm trees and flamingos creating a very quaint atmosphere that also has an Art Deco theme in all of its rooms.
The casino has been open since 1946 and today has over 7,000 square meters of gaming space and over 3,500 rooms for you to enjoy your stay.
#8 Tropicana Las Vegas
No one doubts that this Nevada city is the gambling mecca of the world. One of the other iconic local spaces is the Tropicana, a building that originally even had a hanging garden and was opened in 1957 during Las Vegas’ heyday.
#9 Palace of Caesars
In Las Vegas you can also gamble as if you were in the Roman Empire. To do this, you must enter Caesars, a casino and hotel that opened in 1966 divided into spaces like the Forum or Centurion, in which poker is mixed with white marble sculptures that create create a unique space in many ways.
# 10 Circus circus
Nearly 10,000 square meters are devoted to gambling at one of Las Vegas’ other major casinos.
This restaurant was established in 1968 and is well worth a visit as it is the only place in the American city that has daily circus performances.
Moreover, it is considered to be the largest permanent circus in the world, so it is worth a visit from any point of view.
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