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Luxury Tours To MONACO

Luxury Tours To Monaco – Price Albert II is king of this dynastic fairy tale, roughly wedged between France and Italy on Europe’s most mythical, celebrity-studded coastline – the Code d’Azur, or French Riviera, Glitzy, glam and bubbling over with self-assurance, this teensy-tiny seaside state sizzles with resident millionaires, millionaire yachts and day trippers by the millions who traipse up to “the Rock” to see the palace, sip champagne at Café de Paris and have a flutter at the casino. Yes. Monegasque life is the high life, all-embracing the second you step off the train into Monaco’s swanky subterranean marble-clad station. Above ground, Hong Kong-style skyscrapers jostle for sunlight as billion-dollar plans to expand Dubai-style out to sea hover on this unusual country’s glittering-blue horizon.

Best time to visit in Monaco

April to June, September, October

Best time to visit in Monaco

April to June, September, October

Places to visit in Monaco

  • The changing of guard at the Palais du Prince.
  • Sharks above your head at the MuseeOceangraphique.
  • The graves of Grace Kelly and her Monegasque prince charming, Rainier III, in the cathedral.
  • Billionaire yachts moored at the port.
  • World-class racing drivers tearing around during the Formula 1 Grand Prix in May.

Places to visit in Monaco

  • The changing of guard at the Palais du Prince.
  • Sharks above your head at the MuseeOceangraphique.
  • The graves of Grace Kelly and her Monegasque prince charming , Rainier III , in the cathedral.
  • Billionaire yachts moored at the port.
  • World-class racing drivers tearing around during the Formula 1 Grand Prix in May.

Top things to do in Monaco

  • Risk a lot (or a little) amid belle epoque opulence at Monte Carlo Casino.
  • Spoil yourself rotten with a gold-dust bath at the Thermes Marin de Monte Carlo.
  • Lunch at Louis XIV, Monaco’s most prestigious dining address.
  • Hike between century-old cactus in the JardinExotique.
  • Motor into France between Sea and cliff along the hair-raising Grande Corniche.

Top things to do in Monaco

  • Risk a lot (or a little) amid belle epoque opulence at Monte Carlo Casino.
  • Spoil yourself rotten with a gold-dust bath at the Thermes Marin de Monte Carlo.
  • Lunch at Louis XIV , Monaco’s most prestigious dining address.
  • Hike between century-old cactus in the JardinExotique.
  • Motor into France between Sea and cliff along the hair-raising Grande Corniche.

Discover Monaco

  • Read Graham Greene’s Loser Takes All – a couple honeymoons in 1950s Monte Carlo.
  • Listen to 1930s music-hall singer Charles Colbert (1852-1953) sing The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo.
  • Watch a Beetle speed through the Formula 1 Grand Prix tunnel in the Walt Disney classic Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo.
  • Eat Monegasque specialities barbajuan (spinach and cheese pasty) and stockfish (dried cod flavoured with aniseed).
  • Drink champagne aperitifs at celebrity-cool Kare(ment) on the waterfront.

Discover Monaco

  • Read Graham Greene’s Loser Takes All – a couple honeymoons in 1950s Monte Carlo.
  • Listen to 1930s music-hall singer Charles Colbert (1852-1953) sing The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo.
  • Watch a Beetle speed through the Formula 1 Grand Prix tunnel in the Walt Disney classic Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo.
  • Eat Monegasque specialities barbajuan (spinach and cheese pasty) and stockfish (dried cod flavoured with aniseed).
  • Drink champagne aperitifs at celebrity-cool Kare(ment) on the waterfront.

Monaco Highlights

Millionaire lifestyle, banking, tax-free haven, Formula One Grand Prix, Grace Kelly, Monte Carlo Casino, the Grimaldi dynasty

Monaco Highlights

Millionaire lifestyle , banking , tax-free haven , Formula One Grand Prix , Grace Kelly , Monte Carlo Casino , the Grimaldi dynasty

One word for Monaco Tourism

Bon Giurnu (Hello!) in Monegasque

One word for Monaco Tourism

Bon Giurnu (Hello!) in Monegasque
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