German casinos, all real German casinos
There are more than 126 casinos in Germany. All of them are located on different federal states (of which there are 16 in Germany) and, accordingly, are subject to different gambling laws. For example, the authorities of each land themselves set the age limit for visitors to gambling establishments and the operating time of the casino. Therefore, if in Bavaria, people over the age of 21 can gamble, in Berlin the entrance to the casino is open to players from the age of 18.
Germany Casino True, all German casinos have two common rules: control of visitors and incredibly high tax rates (over 80% of revenue is deducted from the state).
The first casino in Germany was opened in Wiesbaden, the capital of Hessen. This happened in 1771. This institution, in addition to being the oldest gambling establishment, is one of the ten best casinos in Europe. In this gambling establishment, visitors are offered a standard set of gambling: American roulette, blackjack, poker, etc.
Modern casinos in Germany
The casino in Baden-Baden was also built a long time ago (in 1821-1824), and this gambling establishment is still famous for its popularity. He is even considered one of the best in the world. His gaming halls reflect the style of the palaces of the French kings, and this certainly distinguishes this gambling establishment from the others. You can play various games of chance in it, enjoy fine cuisine in the restaurant and visit the dance hall. At one time, literary geniuses such as Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and Gogol rested at this casino; US Presidents Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton; Arab sheikhs and many other famous personalities.
Despite the fact that the German casino in Baden-Baden is open to visitors for almost a year (except for 7 days), this city is called the summer capital of gambling in Europe. Entry to the casino is allowed only to people over 21 years old and if they have appropriate clothing (you can rent it at the casino) and an identity document.
As for the capital of Germany, there are 2 large casinos here: Spielbank Berlin and Casino Berlin. The first of the casinos is located at Potsdamer Platz and includes 4 gambling halls. Here you can have fun playing poker, slot machines, bingo, blackjack, baccarat, etc. The second casino is located on Alexanderplatz at the Park Inn Hotel on the 37th floor and offers a choice of visitors to games such as poker, blackjack, French and American roulette.
The casino of Germany in Bremen operates daily. This gambling establishment takes place in one of the oldest buildings of the city, built back in 1906. It includes games such as slot machines (over 130), poker (4 tables), American roulette (5 tables) and blackjack (2 tables).
The casino in Dresden on Pragershtrasse resumed operations after repairs in 2006. For his design was chosen style of New Orleans. The area occupied by the casino is 400 square meters. Anyone over the age of 18 can visit this gambling establishment. It works all days a week, except Fridays. You do not need to pay for entry to the casino. The players in it offered about 100 different slot machines.
In almost any casino in Germany at the entrance is required to show a passport or other any identity document. Also in all casinos strictly refer to the appearance of visitors (sportswear is not suitable for visiting such entertainment places). In some gambling establishments only members can enter. And in some other casinos the entrance to the institution is accompanied by the signing of a debt obligation.
The most popular casino games in Germany are baccarat, blackjack, poker and roulette (and their variations).