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Ca­si­nò di Ve­ne­zia Inau­gu­ra­ted in 1638, this is the world's ol­de­st ga­ming hou­se and its charm has re­mai­ned unal­te­red over the years. A per­fect exam­ple of re­nais­san­ce sty­le sta­te­ly ho­me, the dwel­ling place of the do­ges and Ri­chard Wa­gner's la­st re­si­den­ce, Ca' Ven­dra­min Ca­ler­gi is one of the mo­st ele­gant buil­dings over­loo­king Ve­ni­ce's ma­jor wa­ter­way, the Grand Ca­nal. To­day the rooms for ele­gant Fren­ch ga­mes and Ame­ri­can ga­ming ta­bles are gi­ven over to the be­st pro­fes­sio­nals, whil­st over 600 slot ma­chi­nes pro­vi­de a mo­re in­for­mal way of ha­ving fun. For ve­nues, ope­ning ti­mes, tic­ke­ts:­si­no­ve­ne­zia. it. Ca' Ven­dra­min Ca­ler­gi - Can­na­re­gio, 2040. T. 041 5297111. Va­po­ret­to li­ne 1 or 2 (San Mar­cuo­la stop). • Ca' No­ghe­ra - Ita­ly's fir­st Ame­ri­can-sty­le ca­si­no, ope­ned in 1999, it of­fers over 5,000 squa­re me­ters of entertainment, in­clu­ding a new po­ker room for Te­xas hold'em Po­ker tour­na­men­ts. Via Pa­lia­ga 4/8 Tes­se­ra (5 mi­nu­tes from the Mar­co Po­lo Air­port). Map E2

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