Monaco Points of Interest and Places to Visit


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Monte Carlo Casino

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

The Casino de Monte-Carlo is a legendary gambling facility, known for the sublime location and Beaux Arts style architecture; it also contains an opera and ...  Read more

Prince's Palace (Palais du Prince)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 102 Reviews

Dating back to 1215, the Prince’s Palace (Palais du Prince) is the official residence of the Prince of Monaco and one of Monaco’s most impressive landmarks. ...  Read more

Oceanographic Museum (Musee Oceanographique)

The Oceanographic Museum (Musee Oceanographique), directed for many years by legendary Jacques-Yves Cousteau, rises from the cliffs in a magnificent location ...  Read more

Japanese Gardens

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

Monaco sits on what is essentially the side of a mountain that ends at the sea, so real estate is at a premium. Visitors are often shocked by the sheer scale ...  Read more

Casino Square

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

From James Bond fans to those who simply want to witness the good life, the Casino of Monte-Carlo is a sure-fire destination when visiting the principality of ...  Read more

Cathédrale de Monaco (Monaco Cathedral)

Visitors to Europe (and to France in particular) may be fatigued from seeing so many churches, even the fantastic ones, so at first glance, the relatively ...  Read more

Exotic Garden (Jardin Exotique)

The Exotic Garden of Monaco (Jardin Exotique) is an extraordinary botanical garden planted on a cliffside in Monaco. Opened in 1933, the Jardin Exotique has a ...  Read more

Fontvieille Park and Princess Grace Memorial Rose Garden

Fontvieille Park leads from the Circus and Heliport to the Columbus Hotel and opens out onto the Princess Grace Memorial Rose Garden. The Fontvieille District ...  Read more

Larvotto Beach

Situated just off one of the world’s most costly streets, Avenue Princess Grace, sits pebbly Larvotto Beach, the only public beach in Monaco. Jellyfish nets ...  Read more

Louis II Stadium

In a small country where real estate is at such a premium, it may seem strange that Monaco has the space for a full-grown sports stadium. But the Louis II ...  Read more

Monaco Naval Museum (Musée Naval de Monaco)

Overlooking the busy marina at Fontvieille, Monaco’s Naval Museum opened in the 1990s and displays more than 250 models of famous ships, including several ...  Read more

Monte Carlo Cruise Port

The glamorous principality of Monaco is one of the highlights of the French Riviera and a hugely popular cruise destination, welcoming some of Europe’s ...  Read more

Old Town of Monaco

Discover the old town, Monaco-Ville, "le rocher" or "the rock" - a veritable open air museum as you wander through narrow alleyways from the ...  Read more

Opera de Monte-Carlo

The Opéra de Monte-Carlo is known locally as the Salle Garnier, which may sound familiar if you’ve visited Paris. The opera house in the City of Light is ...  Read more

The Prince of Monaco Private Collection of Antique Cars

The Prince of Monaco's private car collection tells the history of motoring from antique military and horse-drawn carriages, through vintage sports cars and ...  Read more

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