Casinos and gambling are popular all over West Europe, though gamblers prefer traveling to Germany, United Kingdom, Spain and France. But please do not let such preconception prevent you from exploring the lesser known gambling spots. Practically all really culturally rich countries have casinos: Switzerland, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, Greece, Denmark and others. West Europe is home to Le Grand Casino de Monte Carlo and a great many other gems to be uncovered
Europeans much like everyone in the world are fanatic about poker. They have pretty nice casinos with great poker rooms deserving visiting. And don’t forget to put on your dress for the occasion in order to pass strict dress codes in some casinos.
Monaco is famous for Le Cafe de Paris, the Western Europe’s largest casino located in Monte Carlo. 1200 casino slot machines / video poker games and 15 table games - impressing numbers even for luxuriant imagination.
Popular all over Europe pari-mutuel facilities (horse tracks, dog tracks, etc...) are different from those in United States. In our opinion, they are much nice. Unlike American standard oval and flat tracks, in Europe race tracks may be not flat and have different shapes and unpredictable turns. You won't find two similar facilities here.
Where to gamble at in Western Europe
Interested tourists can spend evenings choosing from the list of casino locations in West Europe to gambling at. Here are some tips:
- Sweden: Casino Cosmopol in Gothenburg, Stockholm, Malmo, and Sundsvall.
- Germany: over 126 casinos in Berlin, Bremen, Baden-Baden, Dresden etc. The A’ROSA - A’ROSA BLU cruise ships in the Neu-Isenberg.
- Luxemburg: Casino 2000 at Mondorf-les-Bains.
- United Kingdom: The country has over 200 casinos located at Birmingham, Aberdeen, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Coventry and domination is in London and Manchester.