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This principality, a few kilometres from the Italian Riviera, remains one of the high spots for the international jet-set and famous celebrities. Hosts many cultural and sporting events.
Direction du Tourisme et des Congrès - 2 A bd des Moulins - 98030 MONACO CEDEX - MONACO
Tel.: +377 92 16 61 16

Opening hours: 9:00-19:00- les dimanches et jours fériés de 11:00 à 13:00
Annual closing: 1er JANVIER, 1er MAI, 19 NOVEMBRE, 25 DECEMBRE
Sights : on the Rock - Princes’ Palace and changing of the guard, Oceanographic Museum, the old town.
Monte Carlo: the Casino, New National Museum of Monaco (Villa Sauber), Japanese garden.
Fontvieille District : HSH the Prince of Monaco’s collection of vi tage cars, the Naval Museum and the Animal Garden, The Stamps and Coins Museum.
Monéghetti: the Exotic Garden, Observatory Cave and Anthropology Museum, New National Museum of Monaco (Villa Paloma).

The Leisure Tourism Service of the Tourism Department is at the disposal of Tour Operators for any inquiries : (377) 92 16 60 86.

The + French Riviera Pass
Monaco is famous for its Formula 1 Grand Prix and its Rock and
home to the Royal family. The Principality’s spectacular architectural
heritage is epitomised by the famous Place du Casino.

Language(s) spoken:
  • German
  • English
  • Danish
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Italian
  • Russe