Monaco Travel

Moncao is a small sovereign city state of Western Europe located on the Mediterranean Sea between the south of France and Italy. It is known as the “tax haven” as it houses some of the wealthiest people of the world due to its liberal taxation policies. Monaco is truly a luxurious travel spot with its casinos, adventurous sports, gardens, museums, yacht rides and more. Monaco mainly consists of five main areas: Monaco Ville, Monte Carlo, La Condamine, Fontvieille and Moneghetti.

Top tourist hot spots:
The Monaco Ville boasts of the Prince’s Palace. The public rooms of the palace are open to tourists from June to October.

The old Saint Nicholas Cathedral is the burial ground of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier. The luscious and exotic gardens like the Saint-Martin Gardens and the Japanese Gardens present a picture of bountiful nature.

Other places to visit are the Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium showcases world famous marine fauna. Other museums of interest include the Museum of Napoleonic Souvenirs and Collection of the Palace’s Historic Archives, the Wax Museum of the Princes of Monaco; and the Monte Carlo Story, a show portraying Monaco’s historical saga.

The Princess Grace Rose Garden having some of the beautiful exotic roses, The Museum of Stamps and Coins, The Naval Museum and the Zoological Terraces are places to visit in Fontvieille.

Things to do:
A ride can be taken on the Azur Express Tourist Train in Monaco Ville, for those interested in gambling can visit the world famous Grand Casino in Monte Carlo. The clean and serene Lavartto Beach is a place to have great fun and if you need a quick bite the gafes and kiosks come as handy.

The spas and beauty centres are for those who want to indulge in pampering themselves. It also hosts the famous Grand Prix race anually which is attented by thousands of spectators all over the world.

Options of eating are galore in Monaco as it offers various types of cuisines. The hotels are also elegant and lavish which promises a dreamy stay for the visitors. Finally, popular shopping items include chocolates, perfume, clothes, shoes, books, jewellery and other handicrafts are favourites with everyone visiting the place.




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