Hello Internet users!
I have already told you about the oceanographic museum of Monaco.
I advise you to extend your day there as there are so many things to discover in this small principality which extends over the sea.
My 3 favourites!
- the Métropole Shopping Monte-Carlo, a magnificent shopping mall with incredible chandeliers...
For my part, with my teenager, we went window-shopping without crossing the threshold of all these luxury boutiques and then we stopped at the Sphère Café for a cappuccino. The setting is very nice.
- A second must-see among many others, is the visit of the Prince's Palace. Located on top of the famous Monaco rock, more than 60 meters high, facing the Mediterranean.
Beyond the beauty of the place, one has the impression that Caroline or Stéphanie of Monaco will appear in a doorway. The large flats are still alive and beyond the gilding and the beauty of the place, a paparazzi curiosity titillates you 😉 Not to be missed the changing of the guard!
- To finish my top 3 visits, there is also the exotic garden . It is really worth the diversions. You can wander around the cliffside to discover a lot of plants coming from far away dry areas (Mexico, Central America, ...).
I admit that I love cacti and succulents, so I feel at home. It smells like sunshine and holidays and even my daughters liked it! That's how much I like it...
Ah yes, to finish, I advise you to take the electric bus boat to cross the port of Monaco and to brush past the impressive yachts anchored in the bay. It's more original and much more ecological than the car.
What do you like most about Monaco?
Contact the Tourist Office
- Opening hours : Open 7 days a week : 9h30-18h00
- Closed on Sundays and public holidays : 27 January, 1, 2 and 19 November, 8 and 25 December, 1 January and 1 May.
- Telephone : +377 92 166 166
- Address : Office du Tourisme, 2a boulevard des Moulins, 98000 Monaco
- Website : https://www.visitmonaco.com/fr