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Excellent way to see Monte Carlo. The city is small, and can be walked, but we found the perfect compromise. We did the entire circuit of the tour, stayed for the changing of the guard at the palace, and walked down the hill through the city and gardens to our port. Fun and inexpensive.
Good for the money. Unfortunately, we lost a day because of plane delays.
Incredible tour! We didn't wait long for busses at the stops and the commentary were informative! We will highly recommend this as I think it is the best way to see monaco without walking everywhere.
This was an excellent tour as well as providing us with a great means of transport between sights.
Accessible, clean, comfortable, timely. Covers key locations and sites. Clear and relevant audio guide.
Really got to see a lot of Monaco!! It's a beautiful place. We went all along the shoreline which is awesome .
A great way to get a thumb nail guide of a city when you only have a few hours. Pick up stop very close to where the ship docks. Not a long wait. However since so many people where there you risked not being able to get another bus if you got off since busses were coming through full. Later in the afternoon might be better. The audio description was great
Excellent way to see the sights initially and then go back for more in depth visits
After reading few unpleasant reviews about the tour, my husband and I we were quite apprehensive about it. But what a surprise!!! We had an amazing experience in Monte Carlo and the bus helped us to see the city in all it's glory :) The bus service was on time and spare seats always available, we highly recommend !!
A fabulous day was spent hopping on and off the bus wherever we wanted and spending extra time at the special places we wanted to see. I highly recommend this trip for anyone visiting Monaco for the first time and it's extremely good value for what you pay!!
Rain aside, this was a really convenient way of getting around and seeing the major high points of the principality. A hint: if you are at the Musee Oceanographique stop and the arriving buses are always full, walk up to the Prince's Palace and push your way onto the bus there. Apparently line-ups in Europe are in no way there to be respected. They who cut in line the most, win, and do not have sore feet.