Bremerhaven Casino Guide
Bremerhaven is a city at the seaport of Bremen, a state of the Federal Republic of Germany, with a population of 113,634 residents. Bremerhaven is an enclave of the Free City of Bremen and although a relatively new city, Bremerhaven has a long history as a trade port and today is one of the most important German ports, playing an efficient role in Germany’s trade. There was a time when Bremerhaven had the largest fishing port and the largest emigration port in all of Europe. So it’s apt that this harbour city on the North Sea Coast should be dubbed the “Seestadt” or Sea City.
Bremerhaven houses one well-established slot-only casino, namely the Casino Bremerhaven (Spielbank) in Theodor-Heuss-Platz. Within 3,000 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses 83 slot machines. It features a wide variety of games such as Slots, Electronic Roulette, Video Poker, and Electronic Bingo. The jackpots are connected to a progressive system which involves special prizes and community stacks. Guests must be at least 18 years of age in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Besides all the betting and bluffing inside the casino, Bremerhaven is a city of spangling seas and magnetic attractions. Most of the activities in Bremerhaven will have something to do with the sea. The old and new port have been regenerated over the last 20 years which has brought cutting-edge visitor attractions, hotels, malls and pedestrian areas. Places to check out include Klimahaus, German Maritime Museum, U-boot Wilhelm Bauer, and Columbus Center.
Speaking of, the Columbus Center is a landmark of the city of Bremerhaven. The high-rise building complex forms a boundary between the Old Harbor and the city center. The building was completed in 1977 and since then unites shopping and living under one roof. In terms of dining and drinking, there are lines of bistros and bars along town, serving the best of both local and international cuisine and a variety of spirits. Bremerhaven has a temperate maritime climate with severe frosts and heat waves seasonally.