Luxury Monte Carlo – Principality of Monaco

Home to the rich and famous, Monte Carlo exudes style and panache. The locals walk the trails with arrogance; you can smell the wealth. The city is an enchanting mix of elegant city life and wonderful sun-kissed beaches. Monte Carlo is a compact city; the best way to explore is on foot. The narrow streets and narrow alleys are home to a fascinating variety of small shops, bars and restaurants.

Monte Carlo Casino

Built in 1863, this architectural masterpiece overlooks the Mediterranean and should be high on your sightseeing list. It has a remarkable gold and marble atrium designed by legendary architect Charles Garnier.

Ride the Grand Prix race route

The Monaco Grand Prix has been held annually since 1929 and is considered one of the most prestigious races in motor sport. The roads are transformed from busy public highways to a Formula 1 circuit in an incredibly short space of time.

prince’s palace

The palace is open to the public from June to October. The courtyard is paved with more than 3 million colored pebbles, beautifully arranged in geometric patterns. Built in 1215, the palace was originally a fortress before being transformed into a luxury home.

Monaco Cathedral

This magnificent cathedral was built in 1875 and is the final resting place of Princess Grace. The cathedral’s fabulous organ was painstakingly restored to its former glory in 1988.

Monte-Carlo Thermes Marins

For over a century, this luxury spa has pampered and provided the ultimate in relaxation. Enjoy a day you will never forget.

Metropolis Shopping Center

Filled with designer shops to match those in Paris and Rome, Metropolis is a shopper’s paradise. A walk through the Plaza del Casino will present you with precious stones of the highest quality.

the old town

A host of quality restaurants and bars are featured in the more traditional parts of the city. Here you can taste local specialties such as Monegasque cuisine.

cafe de paris

Located in Casino Square, Café de Paris is the place to be seen. The lively mix of locals and visitors creates a warm atmosphere, whether sitting outside or dining indoors. The menu has an international flavor and the daily specials are always recommended.

Grimaldi Forum

The impressive Grimaldi Forum hosts a host of cultural events. See concerts, opera, ballet, as well as festivals and exhibitions, including the Monte-Carlo Masters tennis.

Louis II Stadium

What the home of AS Monaco Football Club lacks in size, it certainly makes up for in quality. Despite a capacity of just 18,500 (smaller than most top football clubs), the architecture of the ground makes it one of the most memorable stadiums.

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