Casino Baden-Baden

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The Baden-Baden casino is the most famous and, in my opinion, the most beautiful casino in Germany. The casino is housed in the Kurhaus in the centre of the city of Baden-Baden. The luxuriously furnished, historic rooms of the Baden-Baden casino are among the most elegant interiors I have ever seen. It reminds me strongly of the very grand days of Paris in the 19th century. You can take an interesting guided tour of the Casino Baden-Baden in the morning or visit the casino from 2 p.m. onwards, when the casino is in operation.

The casino in the Kurhaus has existed since the completion of the Kurhaus in 1824. The architect was Friedrich Weinbrenner, who also designed large parts of Karlsruhe’s city centre. Between 1872 and 1933, the casino in Baden-Baden was closed; all casinos were banned in the German Reich at that time. After the Second World War, the Baden-Baden casino experienced another great period, many world stars played here. A few years ago, NATO heads of state including Barack Obama dined at the Baden-Baden casino.

Guided tours of the Casino Baden-Baden: The 7 euro fee for the very interesting guided tours of the casino is well worth it. There are several guided tours every morning, these last about 40 minutes.

Admission to Casino Baden-Baden: You have to be 21 years old and you must have an identity card or passport with you. The entrance fee is 5 euros for visitors who visit the casino once. For regular guests, there are ten-person tickets, annual tickets and the like.

Trip to Europapark Rust: Many tourists in the Black Forest take a day trip to Europapark Rust, the largest amusement park in Germany. The amusement park is in the west of the Black Forest near the Rhine and the border with France. After Corona, Europa-Park Rust is very busy again. That’s why many visitors buy their tickets online beforehand:       >>>>  On the ticket website Getyourguide you can buy tickets online

Dress code Casino Baden-Baden: Trainers and shorts are not allowed. For gentlemen there is a dress code: jacket and shirt, tie desired. A jacket can be borrowed for a small fee at the entrance to the casino, a shirt can be purchased. Of course, these dress codes do not apply to the guided tours in the morning.

Opening hours Spielbank Baden-Baden: Classic gaming from 2 p.m. to 2 a.m. (weekdays) and 3.30 a.m. Friday and Saturday evenings. The casino is closed on some public holidays, otherwise it is open 7 days a week. The slot machine games are already open from 12 a.m. daily.

Food and drinks at Casino Baden-Baden: The casino offers excellent gastronomy.

By the way, the minimum bet for roulette is only 2 euros at some tables. In addition to roulette, the Baden-Baden casino also offers blackjack and poker. The slot machines are located in the basement of the Kurhaus. Smoking is prohibited in many rooms of the casino, but there are also rooms where smoking is permitted.


This info is from 2011 and was updated in early 2020. It is only intended to give an overview and, like everything on this website, is without guarantee.