How can you not love Venice? Gorgeous art, fantastic cuisine, romantic atmosphere … and of course, the Casinò di Venezia!
Casinò di Venezia invites players to “enjoy the pleasure of a challenge in a fascinating and refined setting. Indeed, how many casinos can you think of which actually contain a full-on museum devoted to a classical music composer? In 1995, part of the mezzanine floor of the casino – where Richard Wagner died in 1883 – was devoted to the creator of the massive “Ring” opera.
But you don’t want to read this: You want to know about the games. Well, two branches of the Casinò di Venezia feature over 700 slot machines. Nearly every such game at the casino includes a progressive jackpot payout and the Venezia pays out about an average of €1,100 per minute (!) in jackpots.
At the tables, worldwide standards such as roulette, blackjack and Caribbean Stud play alongside European favorites like Chemin de Fer and Trente et Quarante (a.k.a. “Rouge et Noir”). Poker tournaments and cash games are ongoing nearly continuously.