Wolfsburg Casino Guide
Ranked as the richest city in Germany in 2013, Wolfsburg thrives as a city in the German state of Lower Saxony with a population of 124,151 residents. It takes a large portion of its wealth from the auto industry, famous for being the crest of Volkswagen AG’s headquarters and the world’s biggest car plant.
Wolfsburg prizes one well-established casino, the Casino Wolfsburg (Spielbank) in Poststrasse. Within 2,196 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses 100 Slot Machines and Electronic Roulette. Electronic Roulette covers a smaller section of the floor with 16 seats rendered and all of the machines are linked to a live wheel to replicate the vibe. The prize also includes the famous Lower Saxony Jackpot that players are raving about. Guests must be at least 18 years of age in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Besides hitting the casino, visitors could wander about the roots of the auto industry in Wolfsburg. The city owes its existence to one car, the VW Beetle, which in the next few decades turned into a whole city for plant workers, architects, and factories. The Autostadt, a futuristic park where brand new VWs are transported automatically from the factory and stacked by robots in two silos, is definitely a heaven on earth for automobile fans. Places in the bucket list include Zeithaus, Volkswagen Factory, Porsche Pavilion, and Automuseum.
In terms of shopping urges, Wolfsburg is known to many travelers for its first-class outlets, let alone a car spree. It houses 45 shops of the most popular world brands, which is where the luxuries nest. When it comes to gastronomy, local and international cuisines come in abundance, including the famous game dishes, variety of meat delicacies, and sausages. Fish dishes are equally popular and carp is considered the most common type of fish. There are also world-class bars ready to serve a variety of wine and spirits. In Wolfsburg, the driest month is October and most precipitation manifests in the month of June.