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Palais Princier de Monaco

What Monaco is Known For

It is known as the most expensive and the wealthiest place on earth. Monaco is famous for its opulence and extravagance.

Living the High Life

Whether playing in the casino or dining at a chic cafe, one can show-off their inner Mr. or Mrs. Moneybags on the high-class amenities of Monaco.

Palais Princier de Monaco
Palais Princier de Monaco
  • Casino de Monte Carlo: Visitors can channel their inner James Bond at the Mediterranean’s ultimate gambling den.
  • Palais Princier de Monaco: Everyone can have a taste of royal life on a visit to the prince’s palace.
  • Sass Café: Tourists can mingle with Monaco’s upper crust at this popular piano bar.
  • Opéra de Monte Carlo: One can dress to the nines for a night out at this opulent 19th-century opera house.

Motor Sports in Monaco

Sports in Monaco are both for the competitive and the rich.

A classic racer in Gran Prix Historique
A classic racer in Gran Prix Historique

Famous Parks & Gardens

Learn about nature while enjoying it in Monaco’s elegant gardens.

Jardin Japonais
Jardin Japonais
  • Jardins St-Martin: One can stroll in the middle of the greenery and statuary of these elegant cliffside gardens.
  • Jardin Exotique: Visitor’s will enjoy the awesome bird’s eye Mediterranean views. It has a great variety of cacti.
  • Jardin Japonais: Tourists can watch koi swim in a rustic pond oddly backed by high-rises.
  • Roseraie Princesse Grace: Have a pause here to indulge in its fragrant sea of roses.

Museums

Heritage, culture, and the arts are the focus of Monaco’s numerous villas, museums, and exhibits.

A view of Villa Paloma from Jardin Exotique
A view of Villa Paloma from Jardin Exotique
  • Musée Océanographique de Monaco: Visitors can mingle with amazing fishes while using vintage scuba gear.
  • Villa Paloma: One can catch the rotating modern art exhibits. It also has sweeping Monaco views from historic hilltop villa.
  • Villa Sauber: It is worth visiting for its renaissance architecture and pretty gardens alone. But the art’s nice too!
  • Musée des Timbres et des Monnaies: Yes, it’s tiny. But this one-room museum houses a lifetime’s worth of Monaco-issued stamps and coins.

What to know more about Monaco? Click this link.

Visit the Monaco’s Official Government Portal and Monaco’s Tourism Portal.