The younger sibling of Europe's largest casino in nearby Estoril
opened its doors in 2006 with a slightly different concept -- an
entertainment venue with gaming on the side as opposed to the other way around.
Estoril Casino maintains a classic and slightly more glamorous atmosphere, while Lisbon's casino bets on the younger generation with a minimalist architecture and a more contemporary ambience.
There are first-class shows every day (often major international productions such as crowd-pleaser "Stomp" that was among those presented in the first year) at the over-600-seat Oceans Auditorium as well as a variety of performances at the rotating central bar, Arena Lounge.
In total there are four stylishly-designed bars, three restaurants (including the high-end Suite), close to 1000 slot machines, and 22 gaming tables (from the classic American Roulette to Blackjack, Baccarat, and Poker), all distributed across three floors.
Doors are open every day from 3PM to 3AM, and from 4PM to 4AM on Fridays, Saturdays, and on the eve of a national holiday.
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How to Visit
Oceanarium - An odyssey of sea creatures in a state-of-the-art building.
Oriente Station - A stunning modern station.
Portugal Pavillion - A gravity-defying structure.
Atlantic Pavillion - A UFO-like arena.
Interactive Science Museum - Scientific exhibits with cutting-edge technology.
Vasco da Gama Tower - The city's tallest building with a panoramic viewing platform.
Vasco da Gama Bridge - One of the world's longest bridges.