Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
Bulgaria, located in the South-East of Europe, is a popular destination for holidaymakers due to its sandy beaches and inexpensive ski resorts. Less well known is the wide choice it offers for those looking for a flutter, but in fact there are eight Bulgaria casinos.
Six of the eight are located in the capital Sofia, whilst the other two are in Varna, an important port and entertainment resort located on the famous Black Sea.
Sofia, the capital and largest city in Bulgaria, is a popular destination for tourists and business visitors. It offers great opportunities for gambling in its six casinos.
The city's premier gambling spot is the Viva Casino Sofia, located at 5 Sveta Nedelya Square in the heart of the city. This 2,831 square foot emporium has six gaming tables, offering American Roulette, Blackjack, Electronic Roulette and Poker. There are also 51 slot machines. When you tire of gambling the complex has three restaurants, two bars, and a hotel with 188 rooms.
Elsewhere the casinos are smaller, but no less fun. If it is gaming tables that are your pleasure then there is the Casino London, based in the Hotel Radisson, Narodynoye Sbranye, which has nine table games and 10 slot machines. There is also the Casino Rila, on 6 Kaloyan Street, in the Hotel Rila. It has 10 gaming tables and a restaurant. The Hemus Hotel and Casino has 11 gaming tables and also 100 slot machines.
For those who just want to play on the slot machines there is the Casino Memphis, on the Maria Luisa Boulevard, which has 15 slot machines, and is open for 24 hours a day. Additionally the Casino Princess, also on Maria Luisa Boulevard, has 100 slot machines, and a restaurant, and is also open for 24 hours a day.
If the seaside is where you want to be then the resort town of Varna has two of the largest Bulgaria casinos. The Casino International has 2,000 square feet of gaming opportunities, with 15 table games and 157 slot machines. There are three restaurants, two bars and a hotel. The Casino Varna also has 2,000 square feet, with 75 slot machines and 11 table games (American Roulette, Blackjack, Punto Banco, and Stud Poker).
So seaside or capital city there is something on offer at the Bulgaria casinos for gamblers of all types.
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