Casinos of the World

Here, you will find a list of 8 famous casinos around the world. Selected by for their quality of facilities, choice of games and, in some cases, incredible size, these casinos are all recommended for gambling enthusiasts – or just tourists visiting the respective country.

1. Marina Bay Sands Casino (Singapore) –

One of only two proper casinos in the whole of Singapore, Marina Bay Sands provides a memorable setting to play classic casino games like blackjack and roulette, as well as modern video slots and arcade-style gambling games. Don’t forget to visit the rooftop swimming pool!

2. The Star Sydney (Australia) –

The second largest casino in Australia, The Star is a mecca for all gamblers in the Gold Coast region with two floors and hundreds of gaming tables and slot machines.

3. Baden-Baden Casino (Germany) –

Dating back to the 19th century, Baden-Baden is the oldest casino in Europe. The historic building mostly provides gaming tables where cards games are played with other well-dressed players.

4. Caesars Palace (Las Vegas, US) –

With around 75 casinos to choose from, finding the right spot in Vegas can be a tricky task. However, both the grandeur and size of Caesars Palace make it stand out, meaning it’s a must-visit for anybody in town.

5. Venetian Macao (Macao) –

One of the largest casinos in the world, the Venetian offers thousands of tables and slot machines, not to mention an enormous hotel attached and plenty of other entertainment facilities.

6. Casino Estoril (Portugal) –

Not only the largest casino in Portugal, Casino Estoril has been the biggest in Europe (if you’re going by floor size) for over 50 years. You’ll find this well-known, all-in-one entertainment venue located in Lisbon.

7. Resorts World Birmingham (UK) –

This huge complex was only awarded a gambling license in 2011, with the on-site casino opening its doors the following year. It takes up only around 10% of the floor space at Resorts World Birmingham, with games including slots, poker and blackjack.

8. Casinò Lugano (Switzerland)

Located in a historic building dating back to the 19th century, Casinò Lugano opened in 2012 and is now one of the country’s most popular (and profitable) casinos.