Lindau Casino Guide
Lindau is recognized as a major town and island on the eastern side of Lake Constance in Bavaria, Germany with a population of 25,490 residents. Lindau was used to be governed by Austria in 1804 but on the proceeding year, they passed it to the state of Bavaria. Up to date, Lindau retains its medieval and baroque series of facades.
Lindau is upfront about its one and only casino, the Bayerische Casino Lindau (Spielbank) in Chelles-Allee. Within 6,600 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses over 120 gaming machines inclusive of Slots, Electronic Blackjack, Electronic Roulette, Video Poker, Electronic Bingo, and Keno. Guests can also choose from Roulette, Blackjack, or Poker made available in 9 gaming tables. Only those who are 18 years of age and above are allowed to enter the premises.
Besides all the hustle and bustle inside the casino, Lindau has a lot of wonders that will surely slow down the pace of time to its visitors. Its charisma lies on picturesque views, lush greenery, narrow and winding alleys, the blue waters of the lake that surrounds it, and hip spots for water sports. Places worthy of visiting include Lake Lindau, New Lighthouse, Mangturm Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, and a lot more of historic towns and green spots. As they say, Lindau is one big nature park with old buildings.
Lindau is a shopping shangri-la with unique and quirky independent shops all over the area. Surely, visitors can find products that are one of a kind while browsing. Lindau is also a melting pot of culinary influences from Bavaria, Swabia, Austria, and Switzerland. Dining and drinking in the island is truly a feast of the senses.