Aschaffenburg Casino Guide
Aschaffenburg is a recognized town in northwest Bavaria, the name itself means “castle at the ash tree river” referring to Aschaff River running with the growth of the town through the course of time. The town has a population of 69,928 residents as of 2018 and is full of Bavarian charm with marvels of architecture, massive castle, and picturesque views.
Aschaffenburg prizes its one and only well-established casino and one of the many in Bavaria, the Storm Casino Aschaffenburg in Heinsestrasse. The casino is located in the center of the town and is very accessible to visitors. Moreover, it houses Slots in traditional and modern variety and offers Roulette and Poker as well. Visitors must be at least 18 years old in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Aschaffenburg seems to exude a magnetic glow no matter what the season is, whether it is magnolia blossom, Pompeiianum Palace in summer, Bavaria’s oldest English landscaped park in autumn, or the masterpieces of Cranach, Grünewald, Kirchner, and Schad in winter. Aside from that, places worthy of visiting include Johannisburg Palace, Basilica of St. Peter and Alexander, Stiftsmuseum, and Aschaffenburg Old Town.
Shopping in Aschaffenburg is also an experience, visitors can take a stroll along City Galerie, Admira Center, and Bauhaus. Moreover, Aschaffenburg has a multicultural population, apparent on the menus of local restaurants ranging from the traditional to the cosmopolitan. It includes the legendary Schlappeseppel Brewhouse and Pier18 cafe. It is also a great place to enjoy a Bavarian Beer and to take guided tours on drinking culture.