Check out the list below for some of the best casino destinations:
No other city in the world has as many casinos as Las Vegas - there are more than 100, from the luxurious and modern casinos within the huge hotels of the trendy Strip to the oldest and most classic of Downtown, along Fremont Street. Even if you are not interested in gambling, you might want to visit the most famous casinos, such as Bellagio, Wynn, Cosmopolitan, Venetian and Caesars Palace. There are a lot of shows, restaurants, and shopping at these casinos. You can't beat viewing the canals at the Venetian or the water show at the Bellagio. Other attractions around Las Vegas include Bryce and Zion National Parks, Hoover Dam, and Lake Mead. The area is great for those that love nature or love casinos.
Another favorite destination of bettors in the United States is Atlantic City, off the coast of the state of New Jersey. Along the iconic and traditional Boardwalk, a sort of wooden boardwalk by the sea, are a number of large hotels that house casinos.
After enjoying a sunny day on the Caribbean beaches of Aruba, many tourists go to the casinos. Virtually every resort on the island has its own casino, which is usually open from sunrise to sunset. There is the offer of all kinds of games, including Caribbean poker, mode invented in Aruba.
Almost an island near Aruba, Curacao also offers several casinos amidst its vast entertainment options. That is, there is much more to do there than to enjoy the beautiful beaches. Almost all Curacao casinos are in hotels in the capital, Willemstad.
Macau is a unique place: former Portuguese colony, special administrative region of China and full of casinos. In fact, much of the economic growth of the city happens thanks to the casino industry. Legalized for decades, there are more than 30 of them in Macau - among them the largest casino in the world, installed inside the hotel The Venetian Macao.
Reno holds many similarities to Las Vegas - both cities are in the state of Nevada and in the midst of the desert, are filled with neon lights and have several entertainment options. Even though in Reno everything is on a scale a little less grand than in Vegas, there are a number of casinos in the city.
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