Lübeck Casino Guide
Lübeck is a city situated in the German state of Schleswig-Holstein and also one of the major ports of Germany catering to a total population of 217,198 residents. Due to its extensive brick gothic architecture, it is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The city opens up to the wonders of the Baltic Sea.
Lübeck prizes one established casino, the Casino Lübeck (Spielbank) in Willy-Brandt-Allee. Within a generous gambling space, the casino houses 70 gaming machines and a number of table games. It keeps its guests at the edge of their seats all night for their money’s worth as the casino features a wide range of selection: Electronic Bingo, Video Poker, Electronic Blackjack, Poker Slots, and Multi-Roulette. Tables are rendered for Roulette, Blackjack, and a variety of Poker cash games and tournaments. Guests must be at least 18 years old in order to enter the premises.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lübeck is a must-visit city, besides hitting the casino. As the capital of the Hanseatic League, the city was a central node in a network of ports around the Baltic Sea. For hundreds of years Lübeck has been the “City of the Seven Spires”, and even after a devastating bombing raid in 1942 those towers decorate the skyline of the Old Town on its island in the River Trave. Down on the streets are gabled merchants’ houses, guildhalls and warehouses, all signs of the trade that brought prestige and power in the Middle Ages. The five main churches are exude Medieval and Renaissance art.
Lübeck has a lot of interesting specialty stores, and Niederegger is the one offering wonderful locally made marzipan. There’s also lines of seafood diners, full bars, local and international restaurants, and markets in the area. As a maritime city, Lübeck has an oceanic climate.