Welcome to 5star life VIP European Casino Review Database
Europe is home to some of the best casinos such as the Monaco Hotel and Casino, one of the most prestigious and luxurious casinos in the world, home to elite and high stakes players, but did you also know it’s open to anyone to play at? you don’t have to be a high roller or James bond to play (but it helps)
While Europe doesn’t have the Vegas style mega casinos we do have some sizable establishments such as the Casino Estoril in Portugal which is reportedly Europe’s biggest casino.
Our UK guide will give you a brief overview of gambling in local establishments.
Looking for a bit of history in your casino? why not try the Casino di Venezia in Italy, it’s said to be one of the oldest casinos in the world and it’s one of the most beautiful bits of architecture you will see.
Generally speaking all casinos in Europe are 18+ if you aren’t a local you will need a passport as proof of ID, locals can usually use a local driving licence or similar photo ID. You should always check the local laws when it comes to gambling establishments and the reputation of the casino online. Although it’s unlikely that any bricks and mortar casino would ever hold back any winnings it’s not unheard off, many casinos have been know to let people in without ID but withhold big wins when the customer failed to show a valid passport! Though gambling in major establishments or big brand name casinos they will always ask your for ID before entering, no matter how old you look!