Chemnitz Casino Guide
Chemnitz is recognized as the third largest city in the German federal state of Saxony after Leipzig and Dresden. The city caters to a population of 247,237 residents with an economy based mainly on the service sector and manufacturing industry. The city lies beside the Chemnitz river with all its marks of development and wonderful landscapes. Moreover, the city attains the largest contiguous Art Nouveau district in Germany.
Chemnitz has one established casino, the Casino Chemnitz (Spielbank) in Neumarkt, which is formerly called as Casino Atlantis. The casino houses a wide variety of gaming features including Slots, Video Poker, Electronic Roulette, and Electronic Bingo which makes it a slot-only parlor with a total of 112 gaming machines. Guests must be at least 18 years old in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Beyond testing luck at the casino, Chemnitz has a series of iconic spots to visit. From 1953 to 1990, Chemnitz was named Karl-Marx-Stadt, and even though the legendary writer of the communist manifesto and the city has no historical connection, the city has built a monument for him. For an artistic fix, the Kunstsammlung Chemnitz is available to quench visitors with a superb art museum in all its four branches. Places in the bucket list include Industriemuseum, Kunstsammlungen, Roter Turm, and Villa Esche.
In Chemnitz, visitors can find shopping centers that stage strong brands such as Red Tower Gallery, Galeria Kaufhof, and Sachsenallee. Chemnitz also sports an array of sophisticated restaurants and bars serving local and international cuisines and a variety of spirits. The climate in Chemnitz is generally temperate and marine.