If you find yourself in Brighton and fancy a spot of gambling and would like to participate in a land-based version rather than playing online slots or placing a sports wager online, then you are in the right place as there is a lot of choice with this seaside location.

Most of us will be accustomed to playing our favourite games at online sites like mFortune where all their online slots games are created in-house and thus exclusive. If you are looking to actually visit a land-based casino then you are looking at a choice of three, which are all high quality casinos worth spending some time in.

Genting Casino is a boutique style casino that can be found in the heart of Brighton and Hove on Preston Street, which is pretty much directly opposite the i360 Tower. You can find both traditional blackjack and roulette tables and there is also a good selection of modern electronic gaming machines, that will allow you to play your favourite online slots in the casino. It guarantees a good night out and there are plenty of helpful staff on hand to assist with any queries.

Rendezvous Casino takes on a Vegas theme and is located at the Marina. It has a lavish bar and a fantastic restaurant that overlooks the gaming floor, if you want to spend some time here before or after having a go on the poker or blackjack tables or electronic slots.

You can also even sign up for a cocktail making masterclass here!

Grosvenor Casino is located on Grand Junction Road, on the seafront opposite the Palace Pier and is a very vibrant and lively location. On top of having numerous blackjack, roulette and poker tables and many popular electronic slot games it also boasts an a la carte restaurant and a late-night bar. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can head here anytime at all.

Brighton is also home to one of the most exciting horse racetracks in the UK and has a fantastic seaside location and is regarded as being one of the most picturesque racecourses in the country. It offers a great day out, whether that be with friends, family or corporate clients. The racecourse is located on Freshfield Road and hosts approximately 20 days every year. The highlight of the season here is the Brighton Festival which spans across 3 days every August and the track is horseshoe shape which makes it one of the few nationally that does not form a complete circuit.

Horses are not the only animals you can see racing in Brighton, as it is also home to the Coral Greyhound Stadium. The stadium has been open since 1928 and is still as popular as ever now and is one of the most popular greyhound tracks the UK has to offer. It has a capacity of 2,200 people, a restaurant that has seating for 400 people, several licensed bars, two fast food outlets and several private suites which are available for hire. It is located in the Hove area of the city on Neville Road and is opened Wednesday Sunday all year round.