Duisburg Casino Guide
Duisburg is a city within the Ruhr metropolitan area of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is one of the largest cities in the state, lying on the confluence of Ruhr and Rhine rivers, with a population of 498,590 residents. It boasts of the world’s largest inland port with 21 docks and 40 kilometers of wharf and Germany’s largest steel-producing city, which only proves that it is an industrial giant.
The city of Duisburg has one spangling casino, Casino Duisburg (Spielbank) in Landfermannstrasse. Within 87,188 sq. ft. of colossal gambling space, the casino houses 354 gaming machines and 30 table games plus 5 tables dedicated to Poker. The casino offers a wide variety of games such as Slots, Electronic Multi-Roulette, Mystery Jackpots, Roulette, Blackjack, and Poker with a variety of Limit Texas Hold’em, No-Limit Texas Hold’em, Dealer’s Choice, and Pot Limit Omaha. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to be granted permission to grace the gambling halls.
Besides all the bets and bluffs in the casino, Duisburg has a series of industrial backdrops, huge ports, culture festivals, and thrilling sport events that will certainly confuse one where to start. Visitors can opt to take guided tours, but here are some places to check out: Landschaftspark, Tiger and Turtle, Duisburg Inner Harbor, Duisburg Rathaus, and Sechs-Seen-Platte.
When it comes to shopping destinations, Konigstrasse must not be missed as the central shopping street in the city. The shops are magnetic and diverse such as clothing stores, exclusive designer boutiques, gastronomic shops, bookstores, and souvenir coves. Moreover, Duisburg is rich in restaurants with varied culinary expertise, but travellers are mostly interested in diners that serve national dishes. In terms of climate, Duisburg is characterized as oceanic.