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3 of the Best Casinos in Ireland

If you’re looking for ideas of where to spend your next long weekend away, whenever that may be, then have you by any chance, considered Ireland? 

If not, then you really should, as it is a truly stunning part of the world that is home to many of the British Isle’s most popular landmarks and tourist attractions. 

Not only that, but the Irish sure do love their craic and you’ll instantly be made to feel welcome and at home to second you touch down. 

Now, Ireland may be famous for its Guinness, its lush countryside, its dramatic coastlines, and its friendly hospitality, but it is also a haven for those of you who can’t get enough gambling in your lives. If you love a casino, Ireland is the place to be, be it through casino sites or through physical locations/ 

Here’s a look at 3 of the best casinos in Ireland. 

3 of the Best Casinos in Ireland

The Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club

First up for you today, we have the Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club in Dublin. 

Dublin, as you may have heard through the grapevine, is a fantastic day out and an even better night out. Nobody knows how to party quite like the Irish, and in Dublin, they really know how to have a fantastic time. 

When you aren’t seeing the sights and partying, though, you may instead wish to visit Dublin so as to gamble at the Fitzwilliam Casino and Card Club. 

Known as Dublin’s favourite casino, this casino in the heart of Dublin has been going strong for over thirty years now. 

Here you will find all of your favourite games, as well as tournaments and a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, along with the largest card room in the capital. 

Caesar’s Palace

 

Next up we have Caesar’s Palace, and although it’s not quite Vegas, those that have visited before would agree that it isn’t too far off. 

Caesar’s Palace in the Emerald Isle of Galway is considered by many to be one of Ireland’s most popular casinos. 

Here you’ll find your casino favourites, although it is particularly popular amongst bingo players, as it is home to a lavish 200-seater bingo hall which is open seven days a week. 

The Sporting Emporium

And finally, the last bricks and mortar casino we have for you today is the Sporting Emporium, located in Dublin. 

This is a very upmarket casino that is about as close as you can get to Vegas without, you know, actually visiting Vegas. 

The Sporting Emporium is known by locals as the ‘Wheel of Fortune’ and is actually the only casino in Ireland where you can play the Money Wheel and Blackjack for free. 

If you are feeling lucky and want to play for real money, you’ll find all of the usual suspects here, including Blackjack, Poker, Roulette, and many more, all in luxurious surroundings. 

Online casinos

Before we wrap things up, honourable mention must of course go to the many online casinos now popular in Ireland. 

Not everybody has the time or energy to get dolled up and visit casinos in person, which is why online casinos you can visit on your phone, tablet, laptop, or computer are the perfect alternative. 

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