Casino de Monte-Carlo


The Casino de Monte-Carlo is a famous gambling and entertainment complex located in the small principality of Monaco, on the French Riviera. The first-ever casino was built in the mid-19th century by Charles III, Prince of Monaco, as a way to boost the country’s economy.

The Casino de Monte-Carlo is known for its luxurious architecture, which features stunning Belle Époque design elements such as intricate moldings, frescoes, and chandeliers. The casino is divided into several gaming rooms, each with its own unique decor and atmosphere, including the opulent Salle Garnier, which features live performances and concerts throughout the year.

The iconic gaming establishment offers a wide range of gaming options, including slot machines, table games such as roulette, blackjack, baccarat, and poker, and a private high-stakes gaming room for VIP players. Learn the rules of the games here.

The casino also features several restaurants and bars, including the renowned Le Train Bleu, which offers a fine dining experience.

Over the years, the Casino de Monte-Carlo has attracted famous gamblers and celebrities, including James Bond author Ian Fleming, who was inspired by the casino when creating the fictional Casino Royale in his novel of the same name. Today, the Casino de Monte-Carlo remains a top destination for high-end gaming and entertainment and is a popular tourist attraction on the French Riviera.