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Things to see in Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo Attractions


Monte-Carlo offers a lot more than just striking natural beauty, it also features some historical and modern attractions sure to keep visitors of all persuasions happy. With a Mediterranean climate, Monte-Carlo is pleasant all year round, though winters can sometimes be a little chilly, and summers very crowded. The city is fairly easy to navigate your way around, once you know the short cuts.

There is plenty to see and do here. Head to the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium to see Prince Albert's personal collection of marine life or just visit the 4,000 fish in the aquarium, as well as the Shark Lagoon. Visit the Prince's Palace, which was established in the 13th century and has been the residence of the Grimaldi family ever since, where 15 rooms are open to the public, including the throne room, or check out the magnificent Monaco Cathedral which houses the tombs of the late Princess Grace and former princes of Monaco.

Big spenders should spend some time making or blowing their fortune at the Monte-Carlo casino, or if that's too much for you, enjoy relaxing in the Jardin Exotique where the thousands of plants will amaze green-fingered travellers, or spend an afternoon marvelling at the fabulous yachts in La Condamine, one of Monaco's oldest districts, where you can even spend some time browsing through the Condamine Market.



Monaco Cathedral

The Monaco Cathedral is a beautiful structure, built in 1875 and resting on a site of a 13th-century church that dedicated…

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Monte Carlo Casino

Built in 1878 by Charles Garnier, the Monte Carlo Casino is another feather in the cap of the man who designed the Paris…

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Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium

Prince Albert I opened Monaco's Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium in 1910. It houses his personal collection of marine…

read more


Palais du Prince

Established in the 13th century, Monaco's royal palace has been the residence of the ruling Grimaldi family ever since.…

read more

 


Things to see in Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo Attractions


Monte-Carlo offers a lot more than just striking natural beauty, it also features some historical and modern attractions sure to keep visitors of all persuasions happy. With a Mediterranean climate, Monte-Carlo is pleasant all year round, though winters can sometimes be a little chilly, and summers very crowded. The city is fairly easy to navigate your way around, once you know the short cuts.

There is plenty to see and do here. Head to the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium to see Prince Albert's personal collection of marine life or just visit the 4,000 fish in the aquarium, as well as the Shark Lagoon. Visit the Prince's Palace, which was established in the 13th century and has been the residence of the Grimaldi family ever since, where 15 rooms are open to the public, including the throne room, or check out the magnificent Monaco Cathedral which houses the tombs of the late Princess Grace and former princes of Monaco.

Big spenders should spend some time making or blowing their fortune at the Monte-Carlo casino, or if that's too much for you, enjoy relaxing in the Jardin Exotique where the thousands of plants will amaze green-fingered travellers, or spend an afternoon marvelling at the fabulous yachts in La Condamine, one of Monaco's oldest districts, where you can even spend some time browsing through the Condamine Market.



Monaco Cathedral

The Monaco Cathedral is a beautiful structure, built in 1875 and resting on a site of a 13th-century church that dedicated…

read more


Monte Carlo Casino

Built in 1878 by Charles Garnier, the Monte Carlo Casino is another feather in the cap of the man who designed the Paris…

read more


Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium

Prince Albert I opened Monaco's Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium in 1910. It houses his personal collection of marine…

read more


Palais du Prince

Established in the 13th century, Monaco's royal palace has been the residence of the ruling Grimaldi family ever since.…

read more