A day in Monaco!

A day in Monaco!

 12 October 2019
 about 2 minutes

Hello surfers!
I've already told you about Monaco's oceanographic museum.
There's so much to discover in this small principality stretching out over the sea, I'd advise you to extend your day there.

My 3 favorites!

  • Métropole Shopping Monte-Carlo, a magnificent shopping mall with incredible chandeliers...
    For my part, my teenage daughter and I went window-shopping without crossing the threshold of all those luxury boutiques, then settled down for a cappuccino at the Sphère Café. The setting is very nice.
  • A second must-see, among many others, is a visit to the Prince's Palace. Located atop Monaco's famous 60-metre-high rock, overlooking the Mediterranean.
    Beyond the beauty of the premises, it's as if Caroline or Stéphanie de Monaco were to appear in a doorway. The grand apartments are precisely still alive, and beyond the gilding and beauty of the place, a paparazzi curiosity titillates you 😉 Don't miss the changing of the guard!

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  • To finish my top 3 visits, there is also the exotic garden . It's well worth the detour. You stroll along the cliffside to discover a host of plants from faraway dry zones (Mexico, Central America, etc.).
    I admit I love cacti and succulents, so I feel right at home. It smells like sunshine and vacations, and even my daughters love it! That's how much...
View of the Exotic Garden of Monaco

Plant of the Monaco garden

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.

Yacht monaco

View of the port of Monaco


 What do you like most about Monaco?

Contact Tourist Office
- Opening hours : Open 7/7 d : 9h30-18h00
- Closed on Sundays and public holidays: January 27, November 1, 2 and 19, December 8 and 25, January 1 and May 1.
- Telephone: +377 92 166 166
- Address: Office du Tourisme, 2a boulevard des Moulins, 98000 Monaco
- Website: https: //www.visitmonaco.com/fr


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