Aachen Casino Guide
Aachen is a well-known spa city and border city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany with a population of 247,380 residents. Aachen is the westernmost city in the country, bordering Belgium and Netherlands. It started out as a Roman settlement, subsequently preferred by the Charlemagne empire to be a medieval imperial residence. A series of kings were crowned in this venue and up to date, its facades are still exuding royalty.
Aachen has one prestigious casino in its sleeves, the Casino Aachen (Spielbank) in Krefelder. The 22,000 square-foot casino houses 100 gaming machines and 18 table games. The variety of gaming machines include Multi-Roulette stations, Slots, Electronic Bingo, Electronic Blackjack, Video Poker, and Keno. The tables are rendered for 6 Roulette tables and 2 tables for Blackjack. Besides that, there are 10 cash tables and multiple tournaments dedicated to Poker. Guests must be at least 18 years in order to enter the premises.
Besides hitting the casino, visitors can very well bask in the regalia of Aachen, which has collected the dreams of emperors and kings to be the new Rome. There are spangling golden shrines in its cathedrals, for instance, the reliquary that holds Charlemagne’s remains. Visitors can opt for a Route Charlemagne to witness the sights related to the former ruler. Besides that, places worthy of visiting include Aachen Cathedral, Aachen Town Hall, Elisenbrumen, and Carolus.
Moreover, Aachen is a great shopping destination with an array of pleasant local shops, specialty stores, fancy boutiques, and lively markets. In terms of dining and drinking, Aachen has a wide range of gastronomic facilities suitable to all palettes in a convenient price range. Aachen belongs to a temperate climate zone with humid weather, mild winters, and warm summers.