Top casinos to visit in Canada

Canada has become a well travelled destination for a number of reasons. The country encompasses a wide range of nature as well as culture. For instance, many gambling fans plan holidays here to visit some of the country’s top casinos.

Parq Vancouver
This British Columbian casino is found right in the heart of Vancouver and is probably the best gambling venue in the province. Here the casino offers a range of table games number around 75. Games such as baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette and poker can be played. The slot machines at the Parq can appeal to a number of bankrolls with the lowest denominations all the way to the highest, it is recommended you practice your online slot skills before your visit. The casino’s Parq Progressive offers the chance to win a sizable jackpot when playing linked machines.

Casino de Charlevoix
Quebec is a city that many enjoy visiting for its distinctly French-Canadian culture. It is also a great place to gamble at the Casino de Charlevoix. Both slot machines and table games are offered as well as a special keno room. The casino is part of a larger resort that includes swimming, a spa, health club and golf course.  Also included are a variety of restaurants to appeal to many different tastes.

Casino de Montreal
Located in the second largest Canadian City, the Casino de Montreal is the largest casino. The casino is comprised of a total of six floors with gaming to please everyone from the novice gambler to high rollers. Slot machine enthusiasts will be pleased with the immense selection of over 3200 slot machines. Those that prefer table games will be equally impressed with more than 115 gaming tables offering all of the most popular casino games.

The next time you find yourself planning a trip to Canada, consider allowing time in your itinerary to enjoy one of the fabulous Canadian casinos.

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