Göttingen Casino Guide
Göttingen is a university city run through by Leine River in Lower Saxony, Germany with a population of 119,801 residents. Life in the city almost revolves around the University of Göttingen. This institution was founded in 1734 by King George II of England and Elector of Hanover, and is the oldest university in Lower Saxony.
Göttingen prizes one well-established casino, namely the Casino Göttingen (Spielbank) in Am Kauf Park. Within 9,647 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses 90 multi-game machines powered by Novomatic and EGT. The variety of games includes Slots, Electronic Roulette, and Electronic Blackjack inspired by a traditional model. Jackpot Slots are the crowd favorite, especially the Lower Saxony Jackpot on the line.The slots inthis casino have one of the highest payouts at 94%. Guests must be at least 18 years old in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
As one in five people in the Göttingen are students, a lot of the best things about the city are related in some way to the university. The botanical garden, perhaps, was established by the brilliant anatomist, Albrecht von Haller or Emil Wiechert’s pioneering geophysics institute. There are also lots of interesting sites like the statue that students kiss when they get their doctorates, or the little house where Otto von Bismarch lived during his time in the university. Places to check out include Ganseliesel, Altes Rathaus, St. Jacobi, and Plesse Castle.
Shopping in Göttingen is an experience of intellectual endeavors and quality items with an array of bookshops and interesting storefronts to choose from. There are also many restaurants to dine in, serving their specialties, and bars with a variety of spirits. The summers in the city are partly cloudy and comfortable while the winters are long.