Luxembourg is one of the smallest Western European countries (approximately 1,000 square miles in size) neighboring Belgium, France, and Germany. Its population today is under half a million people. Despite its size, it holds scenic beauty and a mixed culture and population from all three neighboring countries, as well as natives of Luxembourg, that most tourists find very interesting.
Luxembourg is one of the tiniest countries in Europe, and is also one of the ones with less or none achievement at all in soccer. Luxembourg last made it to a European Soccer Championship in 1963, and to date this is the greatest claim to soccer fame for Luxembourg sandwiched between France, Germany and Belgium.
Luxembourg has one casino called Mondorf-les-Bains, which is situated in the capital, which is also named Luxembourg. The only Luxembourg casino measures 9,000 square feet with 273 slot machines and eight tables that play most international games such as American roulette, blackjack, and French roulette.
This beautiful Luxembourg casino is also a hotel that offers 28 rooms and three suites, two restaurants, and three bars, as well as a spa and health center. The Luxembourg casino, Mondorf-les-Bains, is sheltered in a historic building with French windows and antique decor that makes it even more interesting and appealing to the tourists and locals, as well.
The local languages in Luxembourg are French, German, and Luxembourgish; however, in places such as casinos, hotels, and restaurants, the personnel also speak international languages such as English. In order to be able to gamble in the Mondorf-les-Bains casino, you must be at least 18 years or age or older, and the same rule applies for consumption of any alcoholic beverages. You will be required to present recent photo identification at the entrance in order to prove your age.
The Luxembourg casino’s opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 7 pm until dawn, or until the last customer has left and on Sunday from 4 pm until close. The local currency is Euro, and all bets are placed in the local currency; minimum bets of five Euros apply for blackjack and French roulette. Ensure you are aware of house rules before you engage in any gambling in order to avoid any misunderstandings. The Luxembourg casino, Mondorf-les-Bains, is the only legal form of gambling for both locals and tourists.
Luxembourg is a small country, but with hospitable people and traditions that will make you feel welcome from the minute you arrive until you leave.