are many cities on the planet which claim to be among the richest, including New York City, London, Moscow, Hong Kong, and Beijing. However, when it comes to luxury and entertainment, few cities can compete with Monte Carlo, and it is one of the most affluent hotspots in the world.
Monte Carlo is the largest city in Monaco and despite being only 5 square kilometres and home to just a few hundred people, it is a stunning place to visit. Monte Carlo is one of the top tourist destinations in the world and is home to some of the most luxurious and historical casinos. The Monte Carlo Casino is a good example and it opened in 1863, meaning it is one of the oldest casinos still in operation in Europe.
The main hall of the Monte Carlo Casino is stunning, and the venue has been used in the filming of James Bond movies and Oceans Twelve. The games available in the Monte Carlo Casino include Roulette, Stud Poker, Blackjack, Trente et Quarante, Craps, Baccarat, Video Poker, and Slot Machines. Nothing beats the thrill of playing games at the Monte Carlo Casino, but you can come close thanks to Casumo’s live casino game selection. You will find various forms of Roulette, Blackjack, Baccarat, and Poker plus Monopoly, Football Studio, and Dream Catcher among other live casino games.
As part of the Monte Carlo experience, you can eat at a selection of fine restaurants, take in a performance at the Grand Théâtre de Monte Carlo and stroll the harbour, looking at the multi-million Euro yachts. When you are there, it quickly becomes apparent Monte Carlo is one of the most affluent hotspots in the world.
In terms of entertainment, Las Vegas also ranks highly as one of the most affluent cities to visit in the world. Over 40 million people visit Las Vegas every year and the majority of them have one thing in mind, gambling. Las Vegas is known as the Gambling Capital of the World and one can only imagine the sums of money being gambled on a daily basis in the casinos.
Not only will you find many of the best casinos in the world, but Las Vegas is also home to the second largest hotel in the world. The Venetian Las Vegas and the Palazzo is only behind the Izmailovo Hotel in Moscow and the two hotels combine as one to have over 7,000 rooms. You will find 17 of the 20 biggest hotels in the United States in Las Vegas.
In addition to being a mecca for gambling, Las Vegas also attracts millions of companies who attend conventions in the city. There are over 20,000 conventions held in Las Vegas every year. That means many of the world’s biggest businesses are descending on the city which brings in more money and prestige. With annual rainfall below 5 inches, it is easy to see why so many people to choose to spend their free time in Las Vegas yet so much of it is spent indoors thanks to the casinos, conventions, shows, and sporting events.
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