Venice Casino Guide
Venice is a very popular tourist destination in Italy and has a population of 261,000 people. The city itself encompasses 118 islands which are connected by around 400 bridges and over 170 canals. While the city isn’t renowned for its nightlife it is possible to enjoy a lively night out in this city. The city is also home to two casinos if you want to try your luck at the tables.
The list of casinos in Venice include:
Land based casinos in Venice
The Ca’ Vendramin Calergi is Venice’s oldest casino and previously a palace built in the 15th century with its grand historic interior. The casino also looks on to the grand canal and will definitely be a unique gaming experience to add to your list. The casino is located on Cannaregio, 2079, and is a 10 minute walk from the center of Venice. The casino has two lavish restaurants called the Wagner Restaurant and the Marco polo Restaurant.
The table games on offer here include Roulette, Blackjack, Ultimate Poker, Baccarat, Punto Banco, and Chemin de Fer. The casino also comes equipped with a wide range of slot machines all with the latest titles. Poker tournaments are also on offer at Ca’ Vendramin Calergi and information regarding the times can be viewed on their website.
The Ca’ Noghera is more of a modern style when compared to the Ca’ Vendramin Calergi with its blue interior and transparent walls surrounding the casino. The casino itself is located at Via Paliaga, 4/8, and is further out from the center of Venice with about a 20 minute drive just beside the airport. As it’s part of the Casino di Venezia group it has two restaurant areas called the Wagner Restaurant and the Marco polo Restaurant both serving up great dishes.
The table games on offer here at the Ca’ Noghera include Roulette, French Roulette, Chemin de Fer, Black Jack, Caribbean Poker, Texas Hold’em Poker, Punto Banco, and Slot Machines. Poker tournaments are also on offer at Ca’ Vendramin Calergi and information regarding the times can be viewed on their website.
Things to Do in Venice
Apart from the gaming action, there are plenty of things to do in Venice. Venice’s history comes into play just after the fall of the roman empire and is full of historic gems while also having a contemporary feel like many major metropolitan cities in Europe.
Some major attractions you wouldn’t want to miss out on include Saint Mark’s Basilica, St. Mark’s Square, Doge’s Palace, Rialto Bridge, and Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute to name a few.