Bad Wiessee Casinos
Bad Wiessee Casino Guide
Bad Wiessee is classified as a spa town and a municipality in the district of Miesbach in Upper Bavaria, Germany with a population 5,022 residents. Known for its healing sulfur-fountain, it has boosted its tourism as the main source of income. It is also notorious for being part of the grounds where the key events linked to Night of the Long Knives schemed by Adolf Hitler took place. Trails of his tyranny can be tracked in the town’s museums.
Beyond that, Bad Wiesse caters to gamblers through its one and only profound casino, Casino Bad Wiesse (Spielbank) along Winner. With 22,000 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses 220 gaming machines and 13 table games with 2 tables especially dedicated to Poker enthusiasts. The casino offers a wide variety of games such as Slots, Electronic Roulette, Roulette, Blacjack, Poker in the form of cash games and tournaments with a variety of Limit Texas Hold’em, No Limit Texas Hold’em, and Bavarian Texas Hold’em. Only guests who are 18 years old and above can enter the premises.
More than its medicinal springs and specialist clinics, Bad Wiessee has a lot of vibrant places reserved to entice its visitors. The landscape at the foot of the Aueralm and Fockenstein Mountain works wonders for the body and soul. In addition, Strandbad Grieblinger, Badepark Bad Wiessee, Tauchschule Seegeist, and Tegernsee Bike are place worthy of visiting.
Shopping is also a leisure in Bad Wiessee with lots of exciting storefronts and establishments to visit Oberland Center, Bergzeit, and Markthalle. When in the town of Bad Wiessee, there local food specialties are a must try in an array of excellent restaurants. The average temperature in Bad Wiessee is 7.5 °C, classified as temperate.