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For more than 150 years, the Casino of Monte-Carlo has welcomed the entire world to its seven sumptuous gaming halls and is one of the most prestigious and sought after places on the planet. The Casino continues its reinvention and is launching a series of thematic pop-ups and exceptional events this summer.
The first pop-up offers entertainment open to all, and always the thrill of the tables to taste the grand luxe of the game.
The Casino Atrium has been transformed into a bucolic meadow, to which the general public is invited to discover this legendary place, to become a croupier for a photo and to bet on the famous green carpet of French roulette.
Visitors can also enjoy an ice cream or sip a glass of champagne in the ephemeral bar of the rotunda and discover the exclusive souvenirs of the Casino shop.
This summer is a chance to try to win the jackpot in the Renaissance Room dedicated to slot machines, or to try out French roulette, the emblematic game of the Casino of Monte Carlo. Black Jack, Texas Hold’Em Ultimate poker and English roulette can be played on the terrace of the Salon Rose restaurant or enjoy a cocktail vodka Martini in the lounge bar of the Europe Room.
For an unforgettable experience and a first step into the Grand Luxe of the Game, the summer pop-up at the Casino de Monte-Carlo is open until September 17. A new and even more surprising pop-up will be available from the end of September.
Entry is free. The shop is open from 9 am to 2 am, admission is also free for those over 18 in the Renaissance Room, from 2 pm. A jacket is required from 7 pm.
At the heart of Monaco, the Casino de Monte-Carlo remains a global benchmark in gaming in Europe and worldwide.
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