Best Casinos for Travel Buffs

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Globe trotters can fit a lot into their travels if they plan properly, and after a long day looking at significant monuments and visiting museums, it's perfectly natural to want to kick back and relax in a very different environment.

With that in mind, here are a few of the best casinos to visit if you are sorting out your itinerary for your next big trip and want to try your luck while you are on the road.


Casino de Montreal

Stopping off in one of Canada's most amazing cities will give you the perfect opportunity to visit the nation's premier casino. With table games, electronic slots and lots of other appealing amenities, including a great restaurant, Casino de Montreal ticks all the boxes. Of course if you would rather play on the go, then sites like Casumo casino are also popular in Canada.

Fallsview Casino

As the name suggests, Fallsview Casino is situated within a stone's throw of Niagara Falls, one of the world's most breathtaking natural sights attracting millions of visitors every year. Fallsview Casino is an ideal respite from the crowds at the outdoor attractions.

MGM Grand

The MGM Grand is a staple of the Las Vegas strip, but what makes it easiest to recommend to travel buffs is the fact that it is a casino that has plenty to offer people who are not that interested in gambling. From regular concerts by international artists and performances from Cirque du Soleil, to its video gaming and virtual reality zones, this really is an all-in-one entertainment hub. No wonder individual Vegas casinos can make billions annually.

Mohegan Sun Casino

This award-winning resort actually has a trio of casinos within its complex, rather than just one. Thousands of slot machines, hundreds of table games and myriad bars and restaurants make it not just the best casino in Connecticut, but some say the entire US. Travel fans can also take in the historic aspects of surrounding Montville and the glorious landscapes nearby.

Pechanga Resort & Casino

Situated inland to the south of Los Angeles, this is another hotly tipped casino that is well positioned for travelling type to take advantage of all it has to offer. Pechanga Resort & Casino is less than an hour's drive from the coast, which means you can take day trips to places like Carlsbad and Palomar Mountain.

Peppermill Resort

If you don't want to venture all the way to the desert heat of Las Vegas, a trip to Reno and a stay at the Peppermill Resort will do you a world of good. As well as having its very own casino and plenty of luxurious amenities to enjoy, this complex is located just on the edge of the Tahoe National Forest, which itself forms a band of beautifully preserved greenery stretching down to Yosemite in the south and up to Lassen in the north.

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City

There are a few Hard Rock Hotel locations around the world, but Sioux City's is arguably the best of the bunch. Sitting in the heart of Sioux City, the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is close to the borders of South Dakota and Nebraska, allowing you to explore between states. If you have ever wanted to see the best that the Midwest has to offer, this is a great choice.

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