If you like to gamble, there are other places you can go other than Vegas. Some take place in international waters or countries with very relaxed tax laws, so you get to keep most of the money you win!
Monte Carlo, Monaco
The Casino de Monte Carlo is one of the most famous places to visit in Monaco. While the citizens aren’t allowed to gamble, tourists are more than welcome to hang out all day. You’ll be treated like a VIP guest, but keep in mind that certain parts are more exclusive. This is a high-end place where you can win or lose a lot of money.
Reno is just on the Nevada-California border. The top 7 casinos earned about $72 million last year. If you go to certain places, drinks are free for players. And with 22 casinos, over 400 tables, and over 12,000 slots, you’ll be busy.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Gambling is legal in Puerto Rico and this country needs all the extra cash it can get after Hurricane Maria tore through. Outside, you can experience lush jungles and beautiful beaches. So, if you ever decide you’re tired of the roulette wheel, you can go out to get some fresh island air!
Cruise ships can only open up their casinos once they are in international waters. But the great thing is that this is a cheaper way to vacation and gamble at the same time. If you can’t get to some of the far off locations on the list, cruise ships might be the answer!
Aruba is known for luxurious resorts, beautiful beaches, and great casinos. Every place you stay will have its own casino or be within walking distance of one. They not only have all the traditional games such as blackjack and roulette, but you can also bet on sports teams, play bingo, and tournaments.