A first in Monaco with a Private Tours Monaco

Monaco is one of the smallest countries in the world, but it is filled with glamour and glitz. While it lacks size, it makes up for it with style. It is surrounded by a gorgeous deep blue sea, palm trees, and exotic flowers. To add to the natural beauty, you will find extravagance, luxurious designer products, and a lot of wealth. One of the best places in Monaco is The Rock or locally known as Le Rocher, which is a large rocky bluff and home to the main part of the city, Monaco-Ville.

Let’s look at the best places to visit in Monaco.

  1. Palais du Prince

Monaco is widely known as a principality evidenced by the Palais du Prince. It sits high above Monaco, having existed since the 13th century when it was a Genoese fortress. You can visit the Palais when the Prince is not in. An easy way to tell is to look for the flag in the main tower. If it is raised, then it means the Prince is in residence. Highlights include the gallery and the blue room, which is famously known for blue and gold decorations.

  1. Monte Carlo Casino

It is one of the most famous casinos in the world and has been in existence since 1893, built in the flamboyant Beaux-Arts style. So stunning that this was where James Bond novel Casino Royale was shot. There are various gaming rooms, each having their style and theme. While trying out your luck, look up and peep at the beautiful chandeliers.

  1. Nicholas Cathedral

Just as all catholic nations have their national cathedral, St. Nicholas is Monaco’s first cathedral church. It was built in the 13th century and demolished around the 19th century. It is today known as the cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception.

  1. Oceanographique museum

With private tours of Monaco, you can get to visit the Oceanographique museum, which sits 90 meters above sea level, and took 11 years to construct. It is one of the oldest aquariums in the world, built in 1910, and is dedicated to marine artifacts and oceanography. One of the signature collections includes scientific items collected by Prince Albert I and Jacques – Yves Cousteau.

  1. Formula One Grand Prix

Monaco is well known for its Formula One Race that happens annually in May. The race cuts through the streets of the city, past Boulevard Albert I, and the Monte Carlo Fairmont Hotel. The race has been in operation since the start of the 20th century and is worth watching if you happen to be in Monaco around May.

  1. Enjoy Upscale Dining

Monaco is well known for its fine dining, given its wealth and elite clientele. You can find some of the most expensive and delicious foods in famous restaurants such as the Le Louis XV restaurant with three Michelin stars or the Joel Robuchon Monte Carlo with two Michelin stars.

If you are looking to get the best out of your time on the glamorous Riviera, all you need is a guided private tours Monaco, which has packages to ensure you have a good time.