Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen)
Naturally bounded by the North Sea and the River Elbe, Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) is a large region in north-western Germany. With the Harz mountains, the flat North German Plain and numerous historic cities, there is much to see in this region.
The state capital, Hanover, sits on the River Leine and has a rich cultural scene with theatres, art museums and musical events to enjoy. Many towns in the region have maintained their mediaeval architecture, such as Osnabrück and Stade, and their maritime heritage is very much visible.
As might be expected in a region with a strong agricultural sector, food and drink are an important part of the culture with local specialties like ‘Kohl und Pinkel’ (Kale & sausage) and the asparagus which thrives in the sandy soils between Burgdorf and the Lüneburger Heide.
Lower Saxony is well served by casinos. Some of the regions’ casinos can be found in Hannover, Osnabrück, Nordeney and the spa towns of Bad Harzburg, Bad Bentheim, Bad Pyrmat and Bad Zwischenahn. The minimum gaming age is 18, and all casinos require photographic ID. There is usually an entrance fee and the dress code and opening hours vary considerably. Below is a complete list of all casinos in Lower Saxony. Click on the link for full information on the casino of your choice: