Israel is a country that is widely visited by tourists from all over the world through cruise ships, land, and air, even with the recent disturbances. Its rich history and culture draw crowds every year to explore and enjoy its beauty. For this reason, even if at present there are no casinos in Israel, there are plans of opening two of them simultaneously in Eilat and Mizpe Ramon, which are expected to be frequented often by both locals and tourists.
At present in Israel, the only form of legal gambling is horse racing betting, which is very popular. The betting for the horse racing is usually done in well-organized sports houses where you can relax and enjoy the races, as well as have a cup of tea or cocktail. However, you need to be at least 18 years of age in order to participate in any form of gambling or enjoy an alcoholic beverage in Israel. The Israel casinos are greatly anticipated by both tourists and locals, as well, for they will add even more excitement to an already beautiful and exquisite land.
Among its many historical sights, Israel is well known for its diamond manufacturing skills, producing every year exquisite gemstones for tourists to bring back as souvenirs from their trip. With the Israel casinos being planned, all you have to do is hope that lady luck smiles at you too, and with the money you’ll win, you can invest in diamonds and other precious stones you like. สูตรสล็อตฟรี
The Israel casinos that will open soon will be able to entertain their guests with all the international games such as blackjack, poker, roulette, and of course, the slot machines, which can keep you busy forever with just a handful of coins. Israel’s people strongly support the opening of the casinos for their own entertainment, but also for the tourists who will be able to experience a more exciting time while in Israel.
At the moment, if you still have the urge to gamble while in Israel, you can indulge in a cruise on the Mediterranean Sea; all cruise ships have casinos that are often open 24 hours a day, depending on the demand of the passengers.