Reviewed on Mar 12, 2020
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Monte Carlo is a destination visitors seek out for is beaches, abundant dining options, and casinos. You might want to check out attractions like Casino Monte Carlo or Monte Carlo Formula 1 Track while you're exploring the neighborhood.
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You'll enjoy the restaurants and gardens in Cap-Ferrat. You might want to make time for a stop at Cap-Ferrat Lighthouse or Plage des Fosses.
You'll enjoy the museums and seaside views in Monaco-Ville. You might want to make time for a stop at Oceanographic Museum or Saint Nicholas Cathedral.
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In one of the oldest parts of Monaco, watch a play in a historic fortress, swim in a nautical arena and admire luxury yachts.
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Restaurants, seaside views, and historic sites are some highlights of Old Town. You might stop by Galimard Perfumerie or Eze-Sur-Mer Port while you're in the area.
Travelers to Monaco give high marks for the casinos, bustling port, and beautiful gardens. This city also attracts tourists with its sporting events, cafés, and local tours. Top sights in the city include Monaco Harbour, Monte Carlo Formula 1 Track, and Casino Monte Carlo.
Cultural venues in the city include Villa Ephrussi, Oceanographic Museum, and Salle Garnier Opera House. The city is notable for landmarks like Casino Monte Carlo, Pont Vieux, and Casino Square. The seaside and gardens highlight the city's natural beauty with places to visit including Exotic Garden (Jardin Exotique), Japanese Garden, and Paloma Beach.
In Monaco, there are 612 hotels and other lodging options so you'll have a variety of choices for your holiday getaway. These are highly ranked ones based on Expedia user reviews:
Other favorite sights in Monaco include Monaco Harbour, Monte Carlo Formula 1 Track, and Prince's Palace (Palais Princier). Top places to see around the area include Villa Kerylos, 4.9 mi/7.9 km from the city center, and Port of Nice, which is 7.3 mi/11.7 km away.
With so many ways to get around, exploring all of Monaco is easy. If you'd like to explore more of the area, ride aboard a train from Monte Carlo Monaco Station, Cap-d'Ail Station, or Monte-Carlo-Country-Club Halt. You can find out about your options for water transportation at the port.