The heart of Casinò di Venezia beats on the Grand Canal in Ca' Vendramin Calergi, the sophisticated theatre of the most classic games. In 1638 the Casinò di Venezia quickly established itself as the centre of entertainment of international notoriety while in the 1950s it moved to this location.
A perfect example of a renaissance style stately home, once the residence of the doges and Richard Wagner’s last dwelling place, it is one of the most elegant buildings overlooking the Grand Canal.
Casinò di Venezia offers truly unique forms of entertainment. Inside it is possible to find tables dedicated to Roulette games, traditional card games such as Black Jack and Caribbean Poker as well as the most spectacular slot machines. You can dine at the renowned Wagner Restaurant, which occupies the colourful rooms of the Palazzo, the Functions Room on the main floor and the magical garden overlooking the Grand Canal.
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EXTRA JACKPOT NIGHT
CA’ NOGHERA – EXTRA JACKPOT NIGHT
With the exception of December 24 and 25 the Casinò di Venezia’s Ca’ Vendramin Calergi is open all year round.
Access to the Casinò di Venezia’s games rooms is restricted to adults only who are in possession of a valid ID document:
acceptable forms of identification include either an ID Card, a driving licence or a passport.
€5.00 Admission Card (services excluded);
€10.00 Admission Card: a €10 admission.
The €10.00 Admission Card includes services:
- The gift of a non convertible chip or ez-pay ticket worth € 10.00 for use at the gaming tables or on the slot machines;
- parking (in Venice € 10.00 at the ASM and Garage San Marco);
- waterways shuttle service: Piazzale Roma - Ca' Vendramin Calergi and vice versa.
If you are staying in a hotel in Venice you'll enter the casino free of charge.
Enter the Casino on your birthday and you'll get a gift!
There are lots of different promotions and special occasions every month for organising a visit to our two venues. Gifts from the Casinò di Venezia’s own branded collections. An offer of drinks and snacks, gambling benefits with slot machine tickets or gaming table chips, free.
For the purchase of means of gambling, we accept:
- payment in Italian or foreign currency, up to the maximum limit prescribed by current legislation (during the gambling at tables opening times)
- payment with the following forms of credit cards: Pagobancomat Cash card; Visa; MasterCard, Maestro, China Union Pay.
Payment of gambling credits or winnings can be made in cash, within the limits prescribed by law, with non-transferable cheques made payable to the client or in the form of a means of gambling.
Each of the Casinò di Venezia’s venues has cashier and POS/credit card and cash card banking service points.
The use of cash
We inform our customers that as of 1st January 2016 new provisions of the law on the limits of cash circulation have come into effect.
Law No 208 of 28.12.2015, published in the Official Gazette issue No. 302 of 30.12.2015, has raised the threshold of cash circulation from € 999.99 to € 2,999.99.
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Cannaregio 2040 - 30121 Venezia
From Piazzale Roma 15'
From Stazione Ferroviaria 10'
Departure from Piazzale Roma
Every 20 minutes from Sundays to Thursdays; every 10 minutes on Fridays, Saturdays and pre-holidays.
San Marcuola stop – departure from Piazzale Roma stop every 10 minutes (Lines 1 & 2)
San Marcuola Stop – departure from railway station every 10 minutes (Line 1)
Ladies are allowed to wear casual clothes.
Men should dress respectably; they are allowed to wear casual but proper clothes and beachwear is not allowed in summer: short trousers, tank tops, sandals, flip-flops, slippers and tracksuits.
Men wearing leisurewear are admitted to the slot machine rooms until 8.30 pm: shorts just above the knee, T-shirts/polo shirts/shirts and sneakers. Short trousers, tank tops, sandals and beach flip-flops are not allowed.
Admission to the VIP area: visitors should dress properly; it is advised to wear a jacket after 8.30 pm.
Heavy overcoats and jackets, suitcases, luggage, holdalls, umbrellas and hats must be stored at the coat check.
The Management reserves the right to refuse admission to the halls at its own discretion.
No animals allowed.