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San Remo Casino

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San Remo Casino

909 Reviews
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Italian Market and Dolceacqua Half-day from Monaco Small-Group Tour
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Italian Market and Dolceacqua Half-day from Monaco Small-Group Tour

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Take a half-day trip to the Italian Riviera from the French Riviera on this Italian market tour from Monaco. Visit either the town of Ventimiglia or San Remo, depending on the day of your tour, for a tour of the city with your knowledgeable local guide and stops at the open-air markets where you can shop to your heart's content. During your scenic drive back to Monaco, travel past the pretty French town of Menton. Group size is limited to eight people to ensure a more personalized experience.
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saronic wrote a review Nov 2020
Zurich, Switzerland17,853 contributions1,639 helpful votes
When in the western part of Sanremo one will not fail to see the big white building in Liberty style, as the Art Nouveau was called in Italy. Two small towers at the front, arched gates on the ground floor, culumns on the upper floor. A work by a French architect from 1905, when it was started more as a German-style 'Kursaal' with theater performances, concerts and some hidden gambling on the side. Sanremo was by then one of the most popular destinations for affluent people of Northern Europe, and since in the neighbouring French Riviera, especially at Nice, Cannes, Menton and most famously Monte Carlo there had already been casinos, Italy finally decided in 1927 to legalize the so far only tolerated gambling at Sanremo. Casinos (an Italian word meaning 'small house') were started in Italy with a Casino in Venice already as of 1638. Today the country boasts a casino still in Venice, another in the resort of St.Vincent in the Aosta Valley and the one of Sanremo. The fourth, and once one of Europe's largest, had to close due to bankruptcy in 2018: the Casino of Campione in an Italian exclave in Switzerland, its end probably due to the fact, that a few years before Switzerland had started to legalize the so far forbidden casinos.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Ele D wrote a review Dec 2019
3 contributions3 helpful votes
This casino it’s nice just if you look the building from outside! Because inside it’s totally different : 1. If you want to enjoy whit slots machine is impossible to win and if you have a lot of money and you know the machine you cannot win BECAUSE THERE ARE“empties machines” and specially in the Roulette table you can see strange number.. 2 or more table where in the same time goes out the same number! in this place the gambling it’s not correct!! You can lose a lot money because it’s irregular! I NOT SUGGEST THIS PLACE 100% IT’S BETTER TO GO IN MONTECARLO AND ITS NOT FAR FROM SANREMO!
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Date of experience: December 2019
Ler04ka wrote a review Oct 2019
Krasnodar, Russia75 contributions34 helpful votes
We actually didn’t like San Remo,pretty boring city,but thanks to casino it made sense. No dress code noticed from our side. We wore a casual clothing and didn’t get any comments about our appearance. The public is really interesting. Nice old ladies and gentlemen in suits and dresses. They are good players and seem to be an immortal part of casino. In comparison with Monaco we noticed less luxury but more tables and gambling machines. I highly recommend.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Noorzaman wrote a review Sep 2019
London, United Kingdom151 contributions50 helpful votes
I discovered this beautiful building whilst sightseeing in San Remo. I’d highly recommend looking out for it as it is surrounded by an array of opulent buildings. Sorry I did not enter the casino as I was not dressed appropriately!
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Date of experience: September 2019
Scott M wrote a review Aug 2019
Sydney, Australia347 contributions152 helpful votes
It is very grand from the outside but the the interior with slot machines lacked what the outside suggested. If you want a grand European casino keep driving to Monte Carlo. But if you love slot machines then this is your place
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Date of experience: August 2019