This small independent city-state is located on the very edge of the French Mediterranean coast. Famous for its Rock and principality, Monaco continues to charm. The luxury and beauty of the sites make Monaco a city in its own right. In addition to its top casinos, yachts anchored in the port and luxury boutiques, this town has a genuine nature.
The best way to explore Monaco is definitely on foot. Stroll along the lanes packed with the old city’s charm to admire the pretty colourful houses and several churches. This is a less well known aspect of the Monegasque city.
You cannot visit Monaco without exploring its Princes Palace. Located in the oldest district of the principality, the prince’s official residence was built on the site of a fortress. This is a must-visit site, especially as its elevation offers stunning views on both sides of the square. You can also spot legendary parts of the Formula 1 circuit.
A visit to Monte Carlo is also a must. Located east of the Vallon des Gaumates, it is Monaco’s most famous district.
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