Why Visit Monaco?
Monaco might be the world's second smallest country, but there's plenty to see and experience during your day here. A playground for the wealthy, due to its advantageous tax regime, it is a haven for many celebrities and Formula 1 drivers. Of course, it is home to the famous F1 circuit - the one every driver dreams of winning, as it leaves no margin for error, and is almost impossible to overtake on, meaning qualifying is more critical than at any other Grand Prix. [ReadMoreMob] [ReadMoreDesk]
The Principality of Monaco is the epitome of extravagance and wealth. Near the western end of this lavish, glamourous gem on the gorgeous French Riviera is the world-famous Place du Casino, which cemented Monaco’s global reputation. It is also the location of the Hôtel de Paris, the Café de Paris, and the Salle Garnier – home of the Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
Explore Monaco's History and Culture
Aside from the myriad of wealthy attractions and celebrity hotspots, Monaco is a place of rich culture too, with numerous museums, incredible gastronomy and some of the world’s most luxurious hotels. Its manicured streets – many of which are used as part of Monaco's legendary Formula One Grand Prix circuit, plush palaces, cool boutiques, and lush fountained parks are beguiling to visitors. The harbour area with its huge yachts, is another popular place to capture Monaco's charms.
Cruises to Monaco
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- A chance to see and smell Provence’s lavender fields
- Dock in the heart of Marseille, for easy exploration
- Plus, take in Monaco, Corsica, Elba and more