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Things To Do in Monaco

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  • Hike or drive up Tête de Chien (“Dogs Head”). Enjoy one of the most breathtaking views of Monaco. Another excellent spot nearby with an amazing view can be found just north of the “Fort de la Tête de Chien.”
  • Hike along the coastal path from Monaco to Carnoles. A lovely stroll with stunning views of Monaco. It takes around 2 hours to circle Cap-Martin and eventually arrive at Carnoles railway station, where you may board a train back to Monaco. Bus 100, which covers a distance of 9 kilometers, is another option for returning.
  • Azur Express (Departure opposite the Oceanographic museum),  +377 92 05 64 38, e-mail: [email protected] Daily excursions of Monaco are provided by amusing tourist trains. The Monaco Port, Monte-Carlo and its Palaces, the renowned Casino and its gardens, the Old Town for City Hall, and lastly the royal Prince’s Palace will be visited. Commentaries are available in English, Italian, German, French, and eight additional languages. This pleasant trip lasts about 30 minutes and does not allow you to exit the train. Adults pay 9€, children pay 5€.
  • In the summer, Monte-Carlo comes alive with spectacular performances at the elite Monte-Carlo Sporting Club. Among those who have performed at the club have been Natalie Cole, Andrea Bocelli, the Beach Boys, Lionel Richie, and Julio Iglesias. The club also has a tiny casino with basic casino games. The cost per person is 20€ if no one under the age of 18 is present.
  • Aquavision: This interesting boat trip allows you to see Monaco from the water! The “Aquavision” is a catamaran-style boat with two underwater vision windows in the hull, enabling passengers to explore the natural bottom of the coast in a unique manner. The boat can transport up to 120 passengers on a single trip. Adults pay 11€, while children and students between the ages of 3 and 18 pay 8€.

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