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Saarbrücken Casino Guide
Saarbrücken is the capital and the largest city of the German state of Saarland with a population of 180,741 residents. It is the administrative, commercial, and cultural center of the state, bordering France. The city was created in 1909 by the merger of three towns which are Saarbrücken, St. Johann, and Malstatt-Burbach. It is a bustling city with tons of luminary wonders up to its nooks and crannies.
Saarbrücken houses 3 sophisticated casinos, namely the Saarbrucken Saarland Casino Glückspilz (Spielbank), Saarbrücken Saarland Casino Ludwigspark, and Saarland Casino (Spielbank) Saarbrücken. All of the casinos are a mile apart from each other, easily accessible through the ease of transport, and given a generous time for leisure, would be fun for a casino hopping on foot.
The largest casino in the city is definitely the Saarland Casino Saarbrücken with 190 to 203 gaming machines and 11 table games contained within 4,800 sq. ft. of gambling space. Both the electronic games and table games come in a wide variety that will surely cater to relative preference of guests.
Common gaming features among all of the casinos in Saarbrücken include Jackpot Slots, Electronic Roulette, Electronic Bingo, and Video Poker for electronic games, however only the largest casino renders table games for the guests. The table games in Saarland Casino Saarbrücken include Roulette, Blackjack, and a variety of Poker cash games and tournaments. Guests must be at least 18 years of age to grace the gaming floors of the casinos in Saarbrücken.
Apart from all the clamor inside the casinos, Saarbrücken is flocked with iconic landmarks and charming attractions. The city mixes industrial history with the splendour of the Counts and Princes of Nassau-Saarbrücken who ruled the region for centuries. Two people more than any left their mark on Saarbrücken, 18th-century Prince of Nassau-Saarbrücken, William Henry, and his architect Friedrich Joachim Stengel. For three decades the pair remodelled Saarbrücken into a Baroque city, building palaces, churches, squares and fountains. One of the most absorbing ensembles is Ludwigsplatz, where eight palaces face the sublime Ludwigskirche. Places to check out include Saar Historical Museum, Volklingen Ironworks, and Saarland Modern Galerie.
In terms of shopping, Saarbrücken has definitely made a statement. From the shopping precinct on Bahnhofstraße to the service-oriented Kaiserviertel and the EUROPA gallery, from the baroque St. Johanner Markt with its tempting boutiques right down to the Mainzer Straße quarter or the Nauwieser quarter:As a shopping city Saarbrücken draws in many customers daily from all of Saarland, Lorraine, Luxemburg and the nearby Palatinate. Comfortable cafés, eccentric pubs, Saarland cuisine and restaurants distinctly French in feel make for a perfect shopping experience. In Saarbrücken, the climate has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round.