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Top casinos in Prague you must visit

Prague, Czech Republic – People have always been drawn to the beautiful buildings and iconic architecture in Prague. In fact, by the early 1990’s, the Czech Republic’s capital city became one of the most visited cities in Europe for this very reason. Some famous landmarks you may have heard of include Saint Vitus Cathedral and the historical Vltava river which divides the two parts that make up Czech Republic’s capital city. But if you need more reasons to visit Prague, it’s important to understand that its vibrant nightlife is another thing worth checking out – especially its classy casinos.

If you’re getting ready for a night at the tables, here are some of the most lavish casinos and gambling spots in the city of Prague:

Casino Admiral

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For a very long time, the Casino Admiral Praha chain casinos have been some of the top gambling spots found in the country. All their establishments are located in the centre of Prague, steps away from major tourist attractions like Madame Tussauds, and it’s open 24/7. Every visit to the Casino Admiral is a unique experience. For example, you have Casino Admiral Kleopatra, which is entirely Egyptian-themed. On the other hand, there’s also Casino Admiral Národní, which is the only casino in Czech Republic that offers Bingo. All of their casinos feature state-of-the-art slots, roulettes, and traditional live games like the Money Wheel. The best part? Entrance is free. In fact, all you need to do is register and you’ll automatically receive a welcome bonus.

Casino President

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While Casino President isn’t its actual name, this establishment is located within the President Hotel. Its 3,000 square-foot gaming floor features all the traditional games, with the addition of Caribbean poker. Caribbean poker isn’t your traditional game of poker either, as you’ll be playing against the house instead of other players. If you’re not too familiar with the rules, Tuxslots suggests practicing online beforehand, as most online games have a free play option. After all, you don’t want to waste too much time fumbling around and not enjoying the games to the fullest. And if you need a place to stay while you enjoy the nightlife, another upside is that the President Hotel is located in the heart of Prague.

Millennium Casino

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Century Casinos, an international casino company that has developed and operated more than 100 casinos in 25 different countries, first opened the Millennium Casino back in 1999. This 5,000-square-foot gaming area is located inside the five-star Marriott Hotel, which has direct access to other facilities, including a shopping mall, restaurants, and public transit. The Millennium Casino offers 15 gaming tables, 70 slot machines, a VIP gaming area, and loads of widescreen TVs. This way, you’re always fully immersed in the gaming experience, wherever you may be in the casino.

Banco Casino

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Banco Casino prides itself in giving its customers the most comfortable gaming experience of their lives. Besides the free drinks, they also have a considerably more lenient dress code (but still avoid trainers or shorts). It’s also one of the few casinos in the city that accepts both Czech crowns and euros, although you’ll naturally get a better exchange rate if you play with the local currency.

As for their selection of games, they have the usual pontoon, blackjack, American roulette, and Texas Hold’em, as well as a few other classics like slots. Banco Casino sits on the border between the old and new towns of Prague, so there’s quite a lot of history to explore while you’re in the area.

While these casinos aren’t as grand as the ones in Las Vegas or Macao, they still offer some of the most unique experiences that can only be found in Prague, itself one of the most stunning cities in Europe.

Headed by Kafkadesk's chief-editor Jules Eisenchteter, our Prague office gathers over half a dozen reporters, editors and contributors, as well as our social media team. It covers everything Czech and Slovak-related, and oversees operations from our other Central European desks in Krakow and Budapest.