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Monaco-Ville, the historic old town of Monaco, is impossible to miss. The collection of picturesque old buildings stands on top of cliffs that stretch into the Mediterranean. Learn about the lives of the nation's royal family in the church where the principality’s monarchs are married and the palace where they live, before exploring the Oceanographic Museum, Monaco's “Temple of the Sea.”
Wander the narrow streets which lead across the headland. The cafés and houses that line them are typical of the French Riviera and often feature excellent views of the sea.
Gain insight into life as a prince in the historic home of the Grimaldis, the Prince's Palace. More than a dozen of the State Apartments are open to the public as a museum. For more royal discoveries, head to the Saint Nicholas Cathedral, the official church of the diocese of Monaco. This church has hosted the weddings and funerals of the Grimaldi family, including Grace Kelly's marriage to Prince Rainier.
Stare into the eyes of a shark at the Oceanographic Museum. This striking museum building, seemingly carved out of the cliff face, features an aquarium that is over 19 feet (6 meters) deep and is filled with water pumped in from the sea. Browse the environmentally focused displays and learn about the part you can play in protecting the oceans.
Enjoy an evening of theater in the open air at Fort Antoine, a stone amphitheater on the tip of the promontory. Even if you don't have a ticket for a show, head toward the edge of the outcrop to admire the views of the Riviera coastline.
Browse religious art in the Museum of the Chapel of Visitation. The Baroque-style chapel is worth visiting simply for the elegance of the interior, which features paintings by Rubens and Ribera.
Monaco-Ville is easy to find at its prominent spot high on the city's landscape. Reach the area by walking south from the station for 15 minutes or taking a public bus. Leave your rental car behind as only local cars, indicated by their license plates, are allowed in Monaco-Ville.
This family-friendly Monaco hotel is located in a shopping district, within a 10-minute walk of Casino Square and Casino Monte Carlo. Monaco Harbour and Exotic Garden are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in the Monte-Carlo area, this hotel is just a stone's throw from the Le Métropole shopping center and the Monte-Carlo Casino. The Port of Monaco and the Prince's Palace are also less than 1 km away.
Novotel Suites Nice Airport is a 2-minute drive from Nice International Airport, offering convenience for early flights. Nice St. Augustin Train Station is a 5-minute walk, and it's a 20-minute bus ride into the city center, where guests can explore the Old Town and beach.
Located on the famous Promenade des Anglais, Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice overlooks its own private pebble beach (surcharge) on the Mediterranean Sea. Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
This storied Nice hotel on the waterfront promenade sits among numerous local attractions: the Verdure and Nice theatres, Nice Opera, Place Masséna, Cours Seleya flower market, and Albert 1st Gardens, and Niece Etoile Shopping Center.
Situated near the airport, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Asian Art Museum, Phoenix Park, and Musee des Arts Asiatiques de Nice. Charles Ehrmann Stadium is 2 mi (3.2 km) away.
Located in the heart of Beausoleil, this residence is within a 15-minute walk of Le Metropole Shopping Center and Casino Monte Carlo. Monaco Harbour and Exotic Garden are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated on the boardwalk, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Promenade Walk and Casino Sanremo. Marsaglia Park and Mike Bongiorno Statue are also within 15 minutes.