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Casino Adriatic & Grand Hotel Opatija

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Ul. Maršala Tita 200 51410 Opatija

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Casino International Zagreb & Hotel

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Croatia

Miramarska cesta 24 10000 Zagreb

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Elite Casino Umag & Melia Hotel

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Croatia

Katoro bb, 52470 Umag

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Luckia Automat Klub Čakovec

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Croatia

Ul. Zrinsko Frankopanska 1 40000 Čakovec

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Luckia Casino Osijek

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Croatia

Svilajska 31a 31000 Osijek

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Luckia Casino Pula

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Croatia

Giardini ul. 3 52100 Pula

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Luckia Casino Zagreb

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Croatia

Zagrebacka avenija 100a 10090 Zagreb

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Luckia Slavonski Brod

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Croatia

Primorska ul. 8 35000 Slavonski Brod

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MAXBET Casino Rijeka Putnik

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Croatia

Žabica 1 51000 Rijeka

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Mulino Lux Casino & Hotel Buje

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Croatia

Skrile 75a, 52460, Buje

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Platinum Casino Split & Atrium Hotel

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Croatia

Domovinskog rata 49A HR-21000 Split

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Zagreb Casino Cezar

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Hotel Westin, Izidora Kršnjavog 1 10000 Zagreb

Croatia is a country of Balkan Europe bathed by the Adriatic Sea. It’s located between Slovenia, Hungary, Serbia and Bosnia Herzegovina. Its capital is the city of Zagreb and its population exceeds 4 million.


There are 10 casinos on the Croatian territory. Slot machines, gaming tables, jackpots, poker rooms and other entertainment are offered throughout the year. We can quote the Golden Sun Casino in Pula, the International Casino & Hotel in Zagreb or the Atrium casino in Split.


Croatia is a popular destination thanks to its coastline along the Adriatic Sea, its historical monuments and its rich heritage. There are plenty of tourist attractions and some are unique.


The Old Town of Dubrovnik, Rovinj, Cavtat or the historical site of Trogir are unavoidable places. Not to mention the famous Diocletian's Palace in Split. Natural landscapes are not to be outdone and offer sumptuous décor. The most popular are Plitvice Lakes National Park, Opatija Mare Lake or Kamenjak National Park.


The beaches of the many seaside resorts of the Adriatic Sea attract many holidaymakers during the summer. A young population comes to celebrate the end of studies. Bars, pubs and clubs open their doors until the end of the night.


Traditional Croatian restaurants offer daily dishes typical of the country such as delicious fried calamari, Brudet (bouillabaisse), Sarma (cabbage leaves stuffed with meat) or Strukli with cheese

Cities :

Biograd na Moru, Buje, Dubrovnik, Hvar, Karlovac, Makarska, Novalja, Novigrad, Opatija, Osijek, Porec, Pula, Rijeka, Rovinj, Sibenik, Slavonski Brod, Split, Umag, Velika Gorica, Vodice, Zadar, Zagreb

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