The Principality of Monaco is an independent country, the smallest in the world after the Vatican. Enclosed in the French territory between Nice and Menton, Monaco stretches for a few kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea.
Despite its small size, Monaco offers countless tourist attractions, including its Formula 1 Grand Prix taking place in the streets of the city, which has greatly contributed to its worldwide reputation.
On foot, by train or by car, discover in the old town the Prince’s Palace and its Square, and do not miss the changing of the Princely Guard every day at exactly five to midday! A few narrow streets away, visit the Cathedral of Monaco, in white stones of La Turbie, a town located a few kilometers away.
Built more than a century ago by Prince Albert I, the Oceanographic Museum is both a museum dedicated to the marine world and an aquarium. Located on the cliff side, overlooking the sea nearly a hundred meters above, you will have a breathtaking view from the terrace of the building. Many rooms, ponds, aquariums and play areas allow the whole family to spend a pleasant moment of discovery and relaxation.
Several museums in Monaco are worth the trip, such as the Stamps, Villa Paloma and Villa Sauber, as well as Naval museum. If you are fond of old cars do not miss the magnificent collection of a hundred vintage cars of His Serene Highness The Prince Of Monaco.
Monte Carlo is Monaco’s best-known district, thanks to its famous Casino, where a fortune is made and disbanded every night. Immerse yourself in this unique atmosphere for a few hours, admire the sports and luxury cars that crisscross the neighborhood, sit in the company of stars and celebrities, before returning to real life!