Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010
Malta has been able to preserve one of the most original medieval looks in the whole of Europe. Cobblestone streets, Renaissance cathedrals, and baroque architecture are the sights that will greet you when you roam the narrow streets. Mesmerizing and full of mystique, Malta invites visitors to explore, while offering them adventure and excitement. Some of this excitement can be found in the Malta casinos.
There are just a handful of Malta casinos, four to be more exact, and they are situated all over this small and exquisite country. The largest Malta casino is the Dragonara casino and it is located in St Julians. The Dragonara casino has about 25 game tables and 184 slot machines. Malta casinos open around 2 pm and close anywhere from 4 to 5 am every morning, but not before they have made sure to have satisfied all guests and players in the house.
Other forms of gambling in Malta include betting on horse and dog racing, which is legal and therefore openly advertised and entertained. If you have never participated at any such games before, you are sure to enjoy the thrill and excitement of live entertainment, especially if you are a gambler yourself.
Malta law does not allow gambling or consumption of alcoholic beverages by anyone who is under the age of 18. While proof of your age may not be necessary when soliciting alcoholic beverages, you may be asked for photo identity when entering a casino. Following all the house rules when in a casino are required and failing to do so may result in your being removed from the casino's premises.
Malta has many cultures including Italian, Arabic, Asian, and Maltese. The official languages are Maltese and English, but you will find Italian is widely spoken due to the vast amount of Italians in the country. All casinos, however, have personnel that speak English fluently due to its international guests and tourists.
If you are not gambling in one of Malta's four casinos, you can spend days admiring the architecture and scenic views from any point or part of this gorgeous country. If you are already in Europe, a cruise to Malta is the best bargain; once in Malta, you can relax and enjoy all it has to offer.
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