It’s safe to say that each city has its own attractions, history and enough character, all of which help to make it stand out from the rest. However, when it comes to casino/gambling entertainment; only a few make it to the list of the best gambling cities in the world. We’ve compiled a list of the cities which cater to the avid gambler and everything in between!
5. Reno, Nevada
Famously known as “The Biggest Little City in the World”, Reno is one of the most well-known casino resorts. Situated near Atlantic City, Las Vegas and Lake Tahow, what makes Reno stand out are the casinos which oddly enough resemble the city of sin – Las Vegas. A couple of casinos worth visiting when in Reno: Silver Legacy, Eldorado Resort Casino, Peppermil, Grand Sierra, Atlantis Casino Resort Spa and Harrah’s Reno.
4. Monte Carlo, Monaco
What’s surprising about Monaco is that it’s the second smallest country in the world and Europe; however, its scenery and entertainment offerings simply make it a city of wonder. With a population of 35, 000, it’s the most successful and the most well-known gaming destination in Europe as it continues to attract visitors and gamblers from all over the globe. Did we mention the breathtaking view of the Mediterranean?
3. Atlantic City, New Jersey
If you’re looking to give Las Vegas a break, Atlantic City is the next best choice. This city is known for its beaches and boardwalks, casinos and an old-age board game – Monopoly! Atlantic City features 8 casinos all of which are worth the visit. The likes of Trump Plaza Hotel & Casino, Borgata and Caesars Atlantic City are just some of the best casinos Atlantic City has an offer.
2. Macau, China
This gambling city has successfully earned the title of the “Monte Carlo of the Orient” of the world! Macau is home to 33 casinos all of which have successfully helped to boost the entire economy by 50% – talk about gambling power! Out of the 33 casinos, 7 of them are amongst the 20 largest casinos in the world! These include the City of Dreams Resort, Sands Macao, Casino Ponte 16, the Venetian Macao, Starworld Hotel & Casino and MGM Grand Macao.
1. Las Vegas, Nevada
Forget Manhattan and Times Square, the Las Vegas strip is known as the second most popular attraction in the U.S. home to some of the largest hotels in the world, the largest resorts and casinos – this is the gambling haven! With a total of 75 casinos – the question is where does one start?