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Reviewed. Reviewed casinos in Italy: 2 reviews. Star ratings *** Good, **** Very Good, ***** Best.

In Campione: Casino di Campione*****
In San Remo: Casino Sanremo*****

Campione d'Italia - There is 1 listed land-based gambling casino in Campione d'Italia.

Nuovo Casinò di Campione (Casino Municipale di Campione d'Italia S.p.A.), Casino Municipale di Campione d'Italia, Campione, Italy.
Automats & Live games casino.Piazzale Milano 1, Campione d'Italia, Lombardia 22060, Italy. Phone: 0041.91.640.1111, Fax: 0041.91.640.1112, Numero verde 00800-80077700, Website: www.nuovocasinodicampione.it, www.casinocampione.it
Nearest Airport: Lugano Airport 5km (3.7 miles), Malpensa Airport 45km (27.7 miles), Milano Linate Airport 55km (41.3 miles), Zurich International Airport 165km (101.6 miles). (Approx. distances to Casino Campione from: Milano 60 km, Como 28 km, Varese 33 km, Lecco 60 km, Lugano 10 km)
Minimum Gaming Age: 18
Registration: Required
Entrance Fee: Free
ID/Passport: Required
Dress Code: Smart/Casual
Opening Times: Daily 11:30 to 05:00
Gaming Currency: Swiss franc (CHF), Euro currency exchange facility
Games to play: 600 Jackpot Slots/Video Machines with progressive games, Touch-bet Roulette, Horse Racing, Random Bingo; Live table games: French Roulette, Fair Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Texas Poker, Texas Hold'em Bonus Poker, Punto Banco, Chemin de Fer, Craps, Trente/Quarante (roulette min. from 5 CHF, card games min. from 10 CHF); Cardroom area: Texas Hold'em Poker, Tournaments
Facilities: Restaurants ('Ristorante Salone delle Feste' on the 9th floor, open on special occasions - shows, concerts and conventions; 'Ristorante Seven' on the 7th floor, open daily from 19.30 to 00.30; 'Ristorante Bistrot' on the 3rd floor open from Wednesday to Sunday from 19.30 to 00.30; 'Ristorante Jackpot' on the 2nd floor, open daily from 12.00 to 15.00 and from 19.00 to 01.30 and Saturday from 19.00 to 02.00), Snack bar, Entertainment, Parking, Transportation by bus from and to Milan (see casino website for details).
Remarks: Campione d'Italia is an Italian island in Swiss territory. It is an Italian enclave 60 km from Milan. Casinò di Campione is one of the largest in Europe. It was founded in 1933. In the 75 years to 2008 the gaming activities of the Casino have increased to the point that a new, larger and more modern site was built close to the old one and renamed Nuovo Casinò di Campione.
Kanzen Review - Editor's personal experience at the Nuovo Casino di Campione:
This is one of the largest casinos in Europe, a very nice and popular casino with gaming activity on three floors. The first floor has slots, video games and other electronic games including touchbet roulette. The second floor has what they call "American games": all the table games commonly found in American and UK casinos such as American roulette (single zero - called 'fair roulette'), Blackjack, Craps, Punto Banco, and also a range of slots/video machines. The third floor has the "French games", which include has French roulette tables and other French card games such as Trente et Quarante. There are two main restaurants: The "Jackpot" restaurant on the 2nd floor and the "Seven" restaurant on the 7th floor. The food is very good but pricey and the service is excellent. Getting there by taxi can be expensive.
Rating: 5 dice. One of the best!
[Mar 2009 last update. Reviewed Mar 2009]
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Saint Vincent - There are 1 listed land-based gambling casino in Saint Vincent.

Casino de la Vallée S.P.A.,
Automats & Live games casino.Via Italo Mus 1, 11027 Saint-Vincent, (Valle d'Aosta), Italy. Tel: + 39 (0166) 5221, Fax: + 39 (0166) 511616, Customer service: + 39 (0166) 522506 (every day from 3pm to 11pm), Information desk: +39 0166 522287, E-mail: marketing@casinodelavallee.it, Website: www.casinodelavallee.it
Location: 90 km from Turin in North West Italy
Nearest Airport: Turin, Caselle (TRN)
Minimum Gaming Age: 18
Entrance Fee: Free Mon to Thu; 3 Euro Fri, Sat & Sun and festive days.
ID/Passport: Required
Dress Code: Casual for the slot hall only, Smart for table games and for French games jacket is also required for men.
Opening Times: Daily from 14:00, table games from 16:00
Gaming Currency: Euro
Games to play:
Two halls electronic games
"Slot Club" 300+ slots/video machines with progressive jackpots, 2 Royal Ascot horse racing, open daily from 14:00
"Slot Circus" 90+ slots/video machines, open daily weekdays from 15:00 weekends from 10:30 (free entrance, parking, cloakroom and breakfast)
Live table games:
Two halls
"French games" 17 French roulette (from 10 Euro), 18 Fair roulette (from 5 Euro), 9 Chemin de Fer (from 100 Euro), 3 Trente et Quarante (34/40, min. 50 Euro), 3 Poker Teresina (5-card stud poker, from 5 Euro), 3 Saint-Vincent poket (Caribbean style poker, from 10 Euro), Texas Hold'em
"American games" 28 American roulette (double zero, from 2.5 Euro), 11 Blackjack (from 10 Euro), 1 Craps (min. 10 Euro), 3 Punto Banco (from 25 Euro)
Facilities: The casino restaurant is open from 8pm to 1 am, featuring live floor shows and delicious Italian and international cuisine. Tel: + 390-166 522385/522381, Fax: + 390-166 522382
Remarks: Free entrance to the Disco Slot Club (Friday and Saturday live shows, lap dance, strip tease).
[Nov 2008 last update]

San Remo - There is 1 listed land-based gambling casino in San Remo.

Casino Sanremo (formerly, Casino Municipale di Sanremo), Casino Sanremo, San Remo, Italy.
Automats & Live games casino.Corso degli Inglesi 18, San Remo, Liguria 18038, Italy. Phone: +390 184/5951, Website: www.casinosanremo.it
Nearest Airport: Villanova d’Albenga "C. Panero Airport" 37 km; Nice "Cote d’Azur Airport" 59 km; Genoa "Cristoforo Colombo Airport" 139 km
Minimum Gaming Age: 18
Membership: Required
Entrance Fee: Free
ID/Passport: Required
Dress Code: Smart/Casual
Opening Times: Slot machines hall 10.00 a.m., European games 2.30 p.m., American games 2.30 p.m., American table games in the Liberty Hall are opened from 20.00 p.m. till 01.00 a.m
Gaming Currency: Euro
Games to play: (On the whole electronic games: 143 reel slots, 214 video slots, 46 video pokers, 45 multi-games and one virtual horse race with twelve seats)
- "Antique Hall for Parties" on the ground floor of the building, completely renovated becoming the actual Slot Machines Hall with about 470 of the latest slots/video machines with progressive games (including reel slots, video slots, video pokers, multi-games and virtual horse racing)
- "Liberty Hall" dedicated to the American games including Blackjack (min. bet 5 Euro), Hold’em Poker, Fair Roulette (min. bet 5 Euro) and 41 latest slot machines
- "Giò Ponti Hall" French Roulette, Chemin de Fer and Trente et Quarante
- "Comune Hall" completely dedicated to the French games
- "500 Hall" close to the Comune Hall, dedicated to the Roulette, Chemin de Fer and American Roulette
- "De Sanctis Hall" also known as Yellow Hall, American games: 10 Roulette tables and 8 Card tables including Blackjack, Mini Punto Banco and Texas Hold’em Poker
- "Golden Hall" or 'Super Privé' hall for French games only (Reserved only for high rollers who can bet 500 Euros or more per bet. To get into this elegant and refined hall a direction authorization is needed because its guests want to protect their privacy during the game. The Golden Hall can accommodate 250 people also for gala nights.)
- "Events Area" close to the Golden Hall, the Texas Hold’em Poker games and 'Sit and Go' tournaments take place in the Event Area during high attendance periods (New Year’s day, the Italian Song Festival, Easter and mid-August holidays)
Facilities: 4 Restaurants (the 'Biribissi' is used during the winter - phone +390 184/595266 and the 'Roof Garden' for the summer - phone +390 184/595252), 'La palme d’Or' buffet next to the Super Privé/Golden Hall (can accommodate up to 60 guests with refined dinner courses with the Smoking Hall facility for the Privé guests), Slot Food restaurant, 3 Bars, Live entertainment, Free parking area reserved for the guests
Remarks: The Casino of Sanremo was elegantly planned by the French architect Eugenio Ferret and on 14th January 1905 it opened for the first time to the public. The building, rich in Art Nouveau and Baroque style decorations, is Sanremo's most significant monument of the 'Belle Époque'. VIP players are offered high betting standards as well as confidential and refined playing areas.
Kanzen Review - Editor's personal experience at the Casino Sanremo:
This is a wonderful casino. A 'must see' if you are in the Cote D'Azur area. The building is large, luxurious spacious halls and beautifully maintained interior. It is impressive in every way. The management and casino personnel are welcoming and helpful. The majestic Biribissi restaurant is open in winter time with live music played while you dine. The food is first class and the service is excellent. It is advisable to book a table in advance. There are lots of table games and slot/video machines. Membership is required and you receive a membership card on the spot. The minimum bet at roulette is from 5 Euro and at card games from 10 Euro.
Rating: 5 dice. One of the best!
[Apr 2009 last update. Reviewed Apr 2009]
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Venice - There are 2 listed land-based gambling casinos in Venice.

  1. Casino di Venezia - Ca' Noghera (America-style games),
    Automats & Live games casino.Via Paliaga 4/8, Venezia, Italy. Phone: +39 4126 958 88, Email: info@casinovenezia.it, Website: www.casinodivenezia.com
    Location: Opposite Marco Polo Airport.
    Nearest Airport: Venice, Marco Polo (VCE)
    Minimum Gaming Age: 18
    Membership: Optional
    Entrance Fee: 5 Euro (If you are staying at a hotel in Venice ask for the free entrance coupon)
    ID/Passport: Required
    Dress Code: Casual
    Opening Times: Daily, Slots 11.00am to 2.30am Sun to Thurs, 11.00am to 3.00am Fri and Sat; Tables games 3.30pm to 2.30am Sun to Thurs, 3.30pm to 3.00 am Fri and Sat
    Gaming Currency: Euro
    Games to play: Jackpot Slots/Video Machines with progressive games; Live table games: Fair Roulette, Blackjack, Caribbean Poker
    Facilities: Restaurant, Bar, Promotions, Free shuttle from Piazzale Roma every 10 mins from 2.50 pm onwards
    Remarks: Casinò di Venezia offers you in its two locations, both with their own special character, Traditional card games in the historical palazzo Ca' Vendramin Calergi and slot machines and American-style games in the brightly coloured setting of Ca' Noghera. An exclusive gift awaits all clients who come and play at the Casino di Venezia on their birthday.
    [Nov 2008 last update]
  2. Casino di Venezia - Ca' Vendramin Calergi (classic games),
    Automats & Live games casino.Palazzo Vendramin Calergi, Cannaregio 2040, Venice, Veneto 30121, Italy. Phone: +39 4152 971 11, Email: info@casinovenezia.it, Website: www.casinodivenezia.com
    Location: Just a few minutes' walk from S.Lucia station.
    Nearest Airport: Venice, Marco Polo (VCE)
    Minimum Gaming Age: 18
    Membership: Optional
    Entrance Fee: 5 Euro (If you are staying at a hotel in Venice ask for the free entrance coupon)
    ID/Passport: Required
    Dress Code: Smart, guests wear jackets (available for hire inside).
    Opening Times: Daily, Slots 3.00pm to 2.30am Sun to Thurs, 3.00pm to 3.00am Fri and Sat; Table games 3.30pm to 2.30am Sun to Thurs, 3.30pm to 3.00 am Fri and Sat
    Gaming Currency: Euro
    Games to play: Jackpot Slots/Video Machines with progressive games; Live table games: French roulette, Fair Roulette, Blackjack, Trente et Quarante, Chemin de Fer, Caribbean Poker, Tournaments
    Facilities: Restaurant, Bar, Promotions, Free shuttle from Piazzale Roma every 10 mins from 2.50 pm onwards
    Remarks: Casinò di Venezia offers you in its two locations, both with their own special character, Traditional card games in the historical palazzo Ca' Vendramin Calergi and slot machines and American-style games in the brightly coloured setting of Ca' Noghera. An exclusive gift awaits all clients who come and play at the Casino di Venezia on their birthday.
    [Nov 2008 last update]

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Useful Information. Useful information on Italy Map of Italy.
General: Italy occupies a long, boot-shaped peninsula, surrounded on the west by the Tyrrhenian Sea and on the east by the Adriatic Sea. Italy shares its northern Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. Italy is subdivided into 20 regions. The independent states of San Marino and the Vatican City are enclaves within the Italian Peninsula, while Campione d'Italia is an Italian enclave in Switzerland. Italy is a democratic republic and a founding member of what is now the European Union.
Currency: Italy joined the Euro from its introduction in 1999 and the Euro is the legal currency.
Major airports: (airport code and distance from city centre shown in brackets)
Alghero - Fertilia (AHO, 10 km)
Ancona - Raffaello Sanzio (AOI, 18 km)
Arbatax - Tortolí (1 km)
Bari - Palese (BRI, 11 km)
Bergamo - Orio al Serio (BGY, 4 km)
Bologna - Guglielmo Marconi (BLG, 7 km)
Brindisi - Perozzi (BDI, 5 km)
Cagliari - Mario Mameli (CAG, 6 km)
Florence - Peretola (FLR, 15km)
Genoa - Cristoforo Colombo (GOA, 6 km)
Milan - Malpensa (MXP, 46 km)
Milan - Linate (LIN, 10 km)
Olbia - Costa Smeralda in Sardinia (OLB, 2km)
Perugia - International Airport (PEG, 12 km)
Pescara - SAGA-Aeroporto D'Abruzzo (PSR)
Pisa - Galileo Galilei (PSA, 2 km)
Rome - Ciampino - G.B. Pastine (CIA, 14 km)
Rome - Fiumicino - Leonardo Da Vinci (FCO, 36 km)
Turin - Caselle (TRN, 16 km)
Venice - Marco Polo (VCE, 12 km)
Public transportation: Transportation by train between the major cities in Italy is fairly efficient, but once you start to travel off-the-beaten track be prepared for delays and late arrivals. For long journeys always try to use the Eurostar. These are the premier trains upon which you can reserve seats and generally they keep good time. Quite often on minor routes, the only option is to travel by bus. Within towns and cities, buses are in many cases the most practical way of getting around. They also are the most economical with a selection of passes that can be bought depending on your length of stay. If you are planning to travel a long distance, a plane might be a good solution. To travel by road or train from Rome to Venice would take about 6 hours with good road traffic conditions. By plane it would take an hour and probably wouldn't cost you much more.
Taxis: Taxi cabs can be expensive throughout Italy but they are a convenient means of travel. Most taxi cabs are government-regulated and are coloured white or yellow. Visitors should avoid any taxi cabs which do not have a meter installed. These are non-regulated taxis, which will charge additional fees for everything from luggage to night service. It's usually best to hail a taxi from a taxi rank rather than phoning the service, as some taxis will begin charging you from the time of your call.
About San Remo: San Remo is very close to Monte Carlo of Monaco and Nice of France. In the nineteenth century San Remo became popular because of the climate. The first years of the new century saw the development of tourism due to the opening of the Casino, by the French architect Eugene Ferret. The Casino started as a Kursaal (public hall), it was better known for its theatrical performances, concerts, catering and meeting point for foreigners. The night of the 12th January 1905 the Casino of Sanremo opened for the first time to the public. It has been for many years (until 1976) the site for celebrating the Festival of the Italian song. The building has preserved the original structure in Liberty style that made it famous. It is characterized by traditional casino games.
[Nov 2008 last update]

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