Casino Slovenia – Directory of all casinos in Slovenia with a map
Casino Perla is the largest casino in Europe.
The Perla casino with 979 slots and 90 gaming tables represents the ideal environment both for those looking for fun and for the most demanding game connoisseurs who have access to private rooms and a Poker Room that hosts the largest international poker tournaments. Various theme evenings draws and prize games contribute to creating the right atmosphere. An interesting attraction is definitely the open-air casino, where smoking is allowed.
Guests can also enjoy their moments of relaxation in the bars and in the Dolce Vita café, but above all, they may let themselves be pampered at 1,000-m2 SPA Perla wellness center with a swimming pool, saunas, gym and a wide range of massages and treatments.
For hotel guests, the entrance to the Park and Perla casinos, to the pools of the SPA Perla wellness center (once a day) is free, as are most of the scheduled entertainment events.
Casino Portorož is the casino with the longest tradition in Slovenia.
Portorož boasts a long tradition in games of chance, in fact, the Grand Casino Portorož was founded here more than a hundred years ago, which for over a century has enriched the tourist offer of the place. Portorož is a small jewel on the Adriatic Sea, located between the salt marshes and the San Lorenzo hill, where you can smell the fragrance of roses and appreciate the mild Mediterranean climate.
The renewed Grand Casino Portorož is the oldest casino in Slovenia and offers its visitors, in addition to the classic table games, electronic roulette and a wide choice of latest generation slot machines.
The Grand Portorož Casino is not only synonymous with gaming, but also with fun and relaxation. Guests have access to a top gourmet restaurant and a rich and varied program of events. Privilege Club guests are reserved exclusive treatment with accommodation in the best hotels, free parking at VIP garages, airport transfers at the casino’s expense, and many other benefits and surprises.
The Casino Aurora is surrounded by the beautiful Alps.
Casino Aurora in Kobarid is a medium-sized casino. The official name of the casino is Aurora, Casino & Cabaret. It offers 224 slot machines. There are only 8 live game tables. The Aurora casino offers classic table games such as Blackjack and Roulette and also poker table games. Poker lovers will not be happy that the casino does not offer cash poker games.
Drive In Casino offers a fantastic gaming experience with its furniture in ’50s style.
At the Drive-in Casino, lovers of slot machines, challenges at gaming tables and interesting prize games will find themselves at ease. 200 state-of-the-art slot machines, 4 gaming tables and numerous promotions invite you to try the experience of pure fun in a pleasant environment of the American 1950s.
Let yourself be thrilled by the mere fun and adrenaline in the beloved games of Black Jack, American Roulette and Hit progressive Draw Poker!
The game tables are open every day from Monday to Saturday from 5 p.m. to midnight and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Try your luck at more than 200 brand-new slot machines with attractive games and bets starting from 1 cent onwards. You can choose from 184 traditional slots or video slots, which offer lots of fun and interesting bonus games, an electronic roulette with 8 game stations and 1 progressive electronic roulette with 5 game stations.
Slovenia has a stable and successful gambling industry. During the 1960s when Slovenia was a part of Yugoslavia, gambling became a legal, authorized, and regulated activity. At that time, gambling was a limited means for the government to raise funds for social and charitable purposes.
The first casino in Slovenia – Grand Casino Portorož – was established in 1913 as in Casino Portorož d.d. was given the first permission to operate gambling activities. During this time, the casino operated only to stimulate social life in Portorož. In 1924, Casino Bled was opened as the second casino in Slovenia.
Currently, there are around 40 licensed casinos in Slovenia, which represents a surprising growth considering there were only 13 casinos in April 2017. And as stated above, gambling, sports betting and lotteries are the legal forms of gambling as specified in the Gambling Act. Gambling in casinos stands out like “the most popular gambling games”, while sports betting and lotteries are classified as “classic gambling”.
Further, gambling facilities and activities are licensed and regulated by the Financial Administration under the Ministry of Finance. Supervision is handled by the State Office for Gaming Supervision.
And with regards to the gambling climate, foreign players can expect to enjoy one of the most pleasant atmospheres in Europe. Slovenian casinos (and even gambling halls) combine a luxury gaming experience with strong emotions. In addition, extra services are often provided; these include restaurants, concerts and sporting events.
Ultimately, Slovenia has a warm gambling environment where locals and foreigners enjoy a wide range of gaming machines and tables. Meanwhile, casinos are mostly frequented by foreigners because most Slovenians visit slot machine halls.
Slovenian is the official language while English, Hungarian, and Italian have a reasonable number of speakers … and the only official currency is Euro.
Firstly, casinos in Slovenia are often more than just casinos; most are part of larger hotels, with luxurious rooms and suites, elegant restaurants, lounges, bars and more, or large casinos with extra services such as hotel accommodations, restaurants, and nightlife. And those without such provisions are located near premier hotels, resorts, restaurants, spas, bars, cafes, clubs and / or wine bars.
Slovenian casinos have many varieties in-store; these usually include slot machines, Blackjack, Double Blackjack, Bingo, Bonanza Bingo, Progressive Draw Poker, Classic Punto Banco, Punto Banco, Cinquina, Super Bingo, Chemin de Fer, Mini Punto Banco, French Roulette, American Roulette, Super Punto Banco , Electronic Roulette, Texas Hold’em and House Money Blackjack.
And aside from the casinos, there are hundreds of slot halls in Slovenia with around 100 gaming machines and a small number of table games, if any. On the other hand, there are no bingo rooms in Slovenia since bingo games are generally available in the casino and provided by Loterija Slovenije.
– In Slovenian casinos, entry is allowed only to players who are at least 18 years old. a valid National Identity Card issued by the country of origin (passport for foreigners) is also required.
– Slovenia stopped using SIT (Slovenian tolar) on 1 January 2007, with the adoption of the euro, but the gambling law still establishes SIT instead of EUR.
– In 2000, only three out of 20 Slovenians had Internet access. Fast forward to 2014, the rate increased to 11 out of 20 Slovenians. On the basis of estimates, the rate would be 13 out of 20 Slovenians in 2021.
– In 2006, the Ministry of Finance ordered Slovenian ISPs to block Bet-At-Home.com and Bwin.com, but most ignored the warning. In 2012 the Slovenian government started blocking websites; however, today, most websites are open to Slovenian players.
– The largest percentage of players in Slovenian casinos are foreigners, in particular Austrians, Germans and Italians.
– With nearly a thousand gaming machines, Perla, Casino, and Hotel are one of the largest casinos on the whole European continent.
– There are over 180 gambling websites for Slovenian players.
– As regards data processing and protection, a draft law of the PDPA (Personal Data Protection Act) has been created in order to replace the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) which is in the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia. The Ministry of Justice examined the draft law on October 4, 2017, and is expected to enter into force soon.
– Accumulating approximately 1,440 data points, the European Casino Association (ECA) published the annual report of the year 2016 in September 2017, which shows that Slovenia has recorded an increase of about 11%. With an increase of over 20 percent, Latvia was the only country that outperformed Slovenia. The UK also experienced a drop of more than 15 percent.
– From 8 to 13 February 2017, Perla, Casino and Hotel hosted a poker tournament with € 1 million guaranteed prize pool.
– Although Slovenia joined the European Union on May 1, 2004, the EU has never commented on the country’s industry and gambling laws. This is quite unusual because the EU is known to regularly enforce its territories to implement lenient gambling laws.