World’s Best Gambling Cities for Spring 2020
Gambling is undoubtedly becoming more popular around the world. It’s a great way to not only make money, travel and meet people with similar interests, but also a place to experience a rush like no other.
Online gambling is definitely on the rise but few things are better than the thrill of playing in a real live casino. With the global market growing year on year, we definitely feel the need to inform you of the best gambling cities in the world to ensure you don’t miss out on all the fun offline as well as online.
Experts consider that there are 5 top countries that are the biggest gambling centers in the world by revenue: Macau, The USA, The UK, Australia, and Canada. We will reveal which cities within these countries are our favorites, but we will also add a surprise location to ensure you have a variety of options for your gambling adventures.
Las Vegas, Nevada
This may sound like an obvious choice but it’s still a very popular one. This city is easily the most recognizable gambling city in the world. This city, which makes most of its money from gambling, is also known as the gambling capital of the world. There are 222 casinos in the city of Las Vegas, 55 of which are located on the Las Vegas Strip alone. Best known for its 24-hour entertainment and world-famous live shows, this city is known for its party vibe and atmosphere. With its tolerant attitude to adult entertainment and gambling, this city is high on any gambler’s list. Just remember to brace yourself for the fact that the strip can look a lot different the morning after the night before!
Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA
Tiny Vegas by the sea
New Jersey is home to 11 casinos and all of them are located on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. If you’re a fan of any of the early prohibition TV series like Boardwalk Empire, you’d recognize how important this city was in fighting for the freedoms and liberties we enjoy today.
Home to about 8 casinos in the city, the poker rooms are proving to be the most popular. The city of lights is known for its grandeur, fashion, and cuisine which adds to the allure for gamblers around the world. People might not immediately equate Paris with gambling but when we think of the dark, smoky rooms and mahogany tables in the city of lights, we realize we could be missing out on something so obvious.
Richmond, British Columbia
This city boasts the biggest casino in Canada. Canadians have the most liberal attitude to gambling which makes it the ideal destination for any gambler who’d like to gamble without judgement. Nestled along the magical Frasier River, River Rock is Canada’s only Four-Diamond Casino Resort and has great proximity to the airport. Don’t have time to discover all Canada’s favourites? CasinosCA.org lists them for easy reference.
This is the city where the most gambling takes place in the world. Boasting about 38 casinos, the state-run lotteries cater for its more than 1 billion residents even though online gambling is still considered illegal. The Chinese, however, still have a love-hate relationship with gambling but Macau offers everything a gambler could need to feel entertained including the biggest casino resort in the world, The Venetian Macau.
A place not only known for its tea and scones. With over 30 casinos in the city, it’s also known for its glitz and glamor. London has everything from the grandeur of The Ritz Casino Club to the topless waitresses of The Playboy Club. Other popular arenas include the Kempton Park Racecourse.
While Melbourne has the Crown casino, Sydney’s a better place to stay if you’re looking for picturesque landscapes. It’s perhaps one of the most recognizable cities, not only in Australia, but the entire world. Sydney is home to the famous Opera House and Sydney Harbor. Along with its theatre, the Star Casino is also a hotel and the largest casino in New South Wales. Boasting 1490 gaming machines, 140 table games, 34 poker tables and 7 restaurants, the Star Casino is poised to be overtaken by the new Crown development on the Southern shores of the Sydney Harbour.
San Jose, Costa Rica
This might not be a typical destination for a gambler but who doesn’t like an affordable, tropical island getaway! We were just as surprised to learn that this city boasts 15 casinos! To tempt you even more, the city is very affordable overall.
Monte Carlo, Monaco
This city is known as the party city of the rich and famous. Naturally, the Monte Carlo Casino is known as the king of casinos. In popular culture, this casino is often associated with James Bond as it has featured in several popular Bond films. With its splendid exterior architecture and exquisite marble pillars and walls, the magnificence of this casino cannot be underplayed. It’s truly a sight to behold.
So, whether you choose to gamble in the tropics, or in the lap of what others would consider luxury, there is literally a gambling city for every budget and personality out there. Let the chips fall where they may!
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