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The county of Gloucester, also named Gloucs, is located in the South West England. The county town is Gloucester and the other important towns are Cheltenham, Circenster, Stroud or Tewkesbury. The Costwold hills, the valley of the River Severn as well as the entire forest of Dean are part of Gloucestershire.

There is no casino within the county of Gloucestershire. However, gambling fans can travel to Bristol or Birmingham to find some gaming venues. Great opportunities can be found at the Gentling Casino Bristol, the Grosvenor Casino Bristol, the Genting Edgbaston Casino Birmingham or the Rainbow casino of Birmingham. Slot machines, electronic terminals, gaming tables of Blackjack, Roulette or Craps wait the visitors everyday. Those two cites are located only 60 km from Cheltenham.

Gloucestershire features a perfect mix between history, scenic countryside, cultural building and even beaches. There is a lot of activities to enjoy all year. One of the wonders in the county is the Berkeley Caste. This stunning structure was built during the 12th century. Visitor can find it nearby the shores of the River Severn.

The area surrounding the castle is home of the famous Wildfowl ad Wetlands Trust located at Slimbridge. The Dyrham Park House is another striking monument. It was built during the 17th century. Around it, a wonderful park allows the visitors to enjoy some pleasant walks.

Culture lovers will not miss a chance to visit the Corinium of Cirencester. Focusing on the Roman Period, the building presents materials and artefacts dating to the Neolithic to the Victorian Period. For those who want to travel back in time, the Arlington Row Cottage of Birbury is the perfect place. It is possible to stroll down between cottages built during the 17th century.

The visitors who enjoyed great outdoors and the beauty of nature shouldn’t miss the Westonbirt Arboretum. Established in 1829, this magnificent Arboretum contains 18,000 trees within a surface of 600 acres. Walking down hundreds years old trees is a unique experience to live.

Cities :

Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud