Denmark Casinos

Posted by Nick Niesen on October 26th, 2010

Denmark is in the Scandinavian Peninsula, which is not a part of Scandinavia by land connection; Denmark's only land neighbor is Germany. Even though it is a very small country, Denmark has an impressive amount of casinos situated all over the country.

Tourists from all over the world enjoy this extremely clean and organized country, whether it is to see the little mermaid statue overlooking the harbor, or just to spend time in its lavish casinos. Most tours and vacation packages will first and foremost include a visit to Copenhagen, Denmark's capital city, where you can also find some of the finest Denmark casinos. The Danish people know how to have a good time and make the most of every moment in life, which you will soon see at any one of Denmark's casinos.

The Copenhagen Casino features around 24 tables and approximately 140 slot machines. The Copenhagen Casino is part of the Copenhagen Hotel, which bears the same name. It is a great idea to stay at a hotel that has its own casino on the premises, as you may often get some bargains or bonuses along the way. In addition, you can gamble until the wee hours of the morning and not worry that you have to travel very far in order to get to your hotel room.

Denmark consists of 400 islands, but most of them are uninhabited and thus, the actual land that Denmark does populate is only 16,630 square miles, which makes it the smallest country in Northern Europe. However, its size does not lessen the excitement of gambling in Denmark; both the locals and tourists indulge in this pastime until the early hours of the morning.

The fact is unless you play you cannot win, and you never know when your luck will turn and you will be the lucky winner. If you happen to be the winner one day or night, there are a large number of duty free stores, where you can easily shop and leave half, if not all your winnings.

Denmark casinos allow only those of 18 years and above to gamble or drink alcoholic beverages. You will definitely be asked to prove your age by providing valid photo identification, and failing to do so, you may be asked to leave the premises of the casino. The local language is Danish, but everybody speaks and understands English.

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