Playground for the rich and famous with the highest number of billionaires per capita in the world Monaco is the ideal destination to host the world’s most prestigious yachting event of the year.
#BLPTIMEOUT - MONACO
Synonymous with glitz and glamour Monaco may be the world’s second tiniest country behind the Vatican City, but that doesn’t stop it from being a great place to visit ...
Dedicated to marine science and oceangraphy Musee Oceanographic is one of the most world's oldest
aquariums and home to a unique collection of marine fauna boasting over 6000 species of fish and 200 families of invertebrates across three aquariums
MONACO GRAND PRIX
From Casino Square to the most famous hairpin in Formula 1, Monaco is a circuit legendary for its heritage and glamour and sharp corners!
MONACO - VILLE
Monaco-Ville, also known as Le Rocher or The Rock, offers visitors a chance to stroll through the country’s oldest neighborhood. This old town, which is built on rocky land that juts out into the Mediterranean Sea dates back to the 6th Century BC.
There are a number of hotels, restaurant and souvenir shops, as well as several of the city’s famous landmarks.
PALACE OF MONACO
Home to the country's ruling Grimaldi family the palace is open to the public for part of the year from June - October. Everyday at 11:55 AM, in front of the Palace’s main entrance visitors can watch the changing of the guard ceremony performed by the “Carabiniers”.
PORT DE FONTVIELLE
Playground for the rich and famous, the Monaco harbor is the perfect place to people watch and dream of see how the other half live when aboard their spectactacular super yachts
PRINCESS GRACE ROSE GARDEN
Created by Prince Rainier III as a tribute to his wife Princess Grace in 1984 the
Princess Grace Rose Garden encompasses almost four hectares, 8,000 bushes of over 300 rose bush varieties a small lake and an olive grove.
The Rose Garden has been awarded the label of "Ecological Garden.
MONTE CARLO CASINO
There is no casino more grand and more famous than the Casino de Monte Carlo in Monaco. The ornate gambling house has been featured in multiple "James Bond" movies and is perhaps the most iconic building in the tiny principality.
A hidden gem built right onto a steep hillside at the northern end of the island. The 7,000 sq mt zen park is a haven of peace of tranquility and includes a rushing waterfall, crystal-clear stream and lush vegetation.