Potsdam Casino Guide
Potsdam is the capital and largest city of the German federal state of Brandenburg, bordering the German capital of Berlin with a total population of 178,089 residents. The city was a residence of the Prussian kings and the German kaiser, resulting through a careful balance of architecture and landscape, truly a picturesque pastoral dream.
Potsdam is home to one well-established casino, the Casino Potsdam (Spielbank) in Schloss strasse. A game luxury haven extending over 5,500 sq.ft., the casino houses 84 gaming machines and 8 table games with 2 tables dedicated to Poker. The variety of games includes Slots, Video Poker, Electronic Roulette, and Electronic Blackjack for machines while tables are rendered for Roulette, Blackjack, and Poker in the form of cash games and tournaments. They also host weekly events that will certainly excite guests. Only those who have reached the age of 18 are allowed inside the premises.
Itinerary in the city doesn’t only involve hitting the casino. Besides gambling, the city is flocked with beautiful parks, gardens, and museums. Take the Sanssouci, the compact palace where Frederick the Great would get away from it all. The colossal Neuer Schloss, built when Prussia was more confident than ever, is also a wonder, or the Orangery Palace, representing William IV’s love for the Italian Renaissance.
Potsdam offers a variety of shopping and entertainment. Ramble about Potsdam’s baroque old city or the center of Babelsberg. Discover the city around Brandenburg Street with its shops and modern shopping malls in old inner courtyards. From here you can easily visit the Dutch Quarter with its galleries, upscale boutiques, restaurants and trendy pubs. Potsdam has an oceanic climate. Spring and autumn are short, snow is common in the winter, and summers are mild.