Hannover Casino Guide
Hannover, sometimes spelled as ‘Hanover,’ is the capital and largest city in the state of Lower Saxony, Germany with a population of 538,068 residents. Hannover was, by personal union, the family seat of the Hanoverian Kings and under their title, the dukes of Brunswick-Luneburg. The bustling city is a major crossing point of railway lines and motorways, connecting European main lines in both east and west.
Hannover nests one well-established contemporary casino in its nooks and crannies, the Casino Hannover (Spielbank) in Lister Meile. The casino rises up two decks with a total of 13,779 sq. ft. gambling space. It houses 242 gaming machines and 9 table games with 4 tables dedicated solely to Poker. The wide variety of games include Slots, Electronic Roulette, Multi-Roulette, Blackjack, Roulette, Bingo, and Poker in the form of cash games and tournaments. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to grace the gambling halls.
Besides all the bets and bluffs inside the casino, tourists from all over the world visit Hannover to see the wonderful sights of the capital of Lower Saxony such as a mosaic of regal parks and palaces built by the imperial electorate, which is now a historical attraction. The Herrenhauser Gardens, a chain of gardens from the days of the kings, are certainly a show-stopper in Baroque French style. Places in the bucket list include Berggarten, Sprengel Museum, Old Town Hall, and Eilenriede.
The shopping districts in Hannover is lit with diverse storefronts displaying quality items. The charming Wedemark to the north, with its historic centres, are worth a stroll, or perhaps, the shopping centres in Lehrte at the east, Springe at the south, and Wunstorf at the west. In terms of gastronomical endeavors and culinary trips, Hannover has specialties from all over the globe, from cheerful cafes and bistros, authentic pubs, to smart bars and restaurants. Although the city is landlocked, it still has an oceanic climate.