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Casinos Around the World That Tourists Must Visit

News Gambling has roots deep in the history of humanity, and so many gambling houses are true pieces of art that attract many tourists every year. One doesn’t necessarily need to be a gambler to visit these venues. Actually, many visit them to have a drink, enjoy the atmosphere, and maybe try some luck at slots or blackjack. If you like visiting interesting places when traveling, these prominent casinos may be great places to visit.

Casino de Venezia in Italy is a true gem that curious tourists simply cannot miss. This is, probably, the oldest casino in the world that has been open since 1638. It looks nothing like modern casinos with flashy neon signs and fountains. If you have a hotel in Venice booked and no plans for the evening, consider visiting this casino as it is suitable not only for gambling aficionados. This is a prominent landmark that is equally attractive inside and out.

Casino de Monte-Carlo has become one of the symbols of the popular luxury resort. This is one of the most acclaimed casinos in the world. The Monte Carlo casino is roughly 200 years younger than the one in Venice. Supposedly, it was Princess Caroline’s idea to open a casino as a way to avoid bankruptcy. As we can see now, that idea was brilliant. Vacationers staying at Monte Carlo hotels and wishing to visit the casino need to remember about the dress code rules.

Some casinos have become popular not because of their old age or stunning architecture but because of unusual location. The casino open at the World Genting hotel in the Pahang Mountains, Malaysia, is definitely one of the weirdest places to gamble. The casino is open in the only legal gambling area in the country – at the top of a secluded mountain. It takes time to reach the casino, but this journey will be definitely hard to forget.

Let’s go underground from high in the sky as this is exactly where the next casino in our list is located. The Desert Cave Hotel in Australia has a fully operational casino that is built deep in the ground. The idea turned out to be so popular that it was decided to visit similar casinos in other parts of the world. For example, the North Cadbury Court hotel in North Cadbury, England, has an underground casino. There are also other venues in the UK and Europe. The last but not the least, the Casino Jet Lounge is a passenger jet with a casino inside. Its posh design will make you feel like a character in a James Bond movie.


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