Magdeburg Casino Guide
Magdeburg is the capital city and the second largest city of the state of Saxony-Anhalt, Germany lying along the Elbe River. The city houses a population of 238,697 residents wakeful to its beauty. The city has its own set of bills called the “Magdeburg Rights” which spread all over central and eastern Europe. It is a helm of mechanical engineering and plant engineering, ecotechnology and life-cycle management, and health management and logistics.
Magdeburg is proud of one sophisticated casino, the Merkur Casino Magdeburg (Spielbank) in Am Pfahlberg. Within 7,104 sq. ft. of gambling space, the casino houses 101 gaming machines and a decent number of table games.Game machines include Jackpot Slots, Electronic Bingo, and Electronic Poker. Tables are rendered for Roulette, Blackjack, and Poker. They also specialize in handling poker tournaments, specifically Texa Hold’em, Ultimate Texas Hold’em, Omaha. Guests must be at least 18 years in order to be granted permission to enter the premises.
Besides hitting the casino, Magdeburg has a lot of wonders for the visitors to witness. In the 10th century Magdeburg was the residence of Holy Roman Emperor Otto I, and his tomb is in the astonishing cathedral. That monument was the first example of Gothic architecture in Germany and warrants as much as half a day if you love Medieval art. Magdeburg is also the country’s second greenest city and even though it has been repeatedly visited by war it has been carefully rebuilt every time. Today, Magdeburg has modern wonders like a 60-metre wooden tower built for the millennium and Europe’s largest canal underbridge.
If the urge to shop is bothering, take a stroll along Magdeburg’s traditional shopping boulevards Breiter Weg und Ernst-Reuter-Allee or visit the many shops in the districts of Neustadt and Sudenburg as well as our weekly markets. Also check out the shopping centres dotted around the outskirts of the city. In terms of dining and drinking, there’s an array of restaurants serving local and international cuisine and pubs pulling off the best of their spirits. Magdeburg has a humid continental climate so check the weather and be sure to be rain-proofed upon visiting.