Monte-Carlo Things to Do

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  • Changing of the Guard
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  • 1. Casino

    I was a little surprised that we were able to walk through the Casino, my husband in his shorts and tennis shoes, me not really dressed all that much nicer. The building is beautiful but marred by the...

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  • 2. Change of Guard

    There's isn't an overwhelming amount of things to do in Monaco, after all it's barely bigger than my backyard. So every tourist in Monaco I think comes to see the Changing of the Guard, a 10-15 minute...

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  • 3. The Oceanography Museum

    This museum was founded in 1910 by Albert I, the great grandfather of the present prince. In the main rotunda is a statue of Albert in his favourite costume - that of a sea captain. Displayed are...

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  • 4. Grand Prix de Monaco

    ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ As you exit the train station, one of the first things you see is a nice monument dedicated to William Grover-Williams, the winner of the 1st Grand Prix in Monte Carlo...

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  • 5. Princess Grace Burial SIte

    After our half-day tour of Nice and Eze, we used our free time in Monte Carlo to climb the inclined walk-way up to the "Prince's Palace." From the Place du Palais, we walked the narrow streets til...

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  • 6. Palace

    The structure known today as the Prince's Palace and residence of the Prince of Monaco, started its life of service as a Genoese fortress circa 1191 to 1215. Due to the small size of the country and...

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  • 7. Monaco Cathedral

    The Monaco Cathedral is not only quite beautiful but is notable as the final resting place of many of the Grimaldi Princes but also that of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace, the former Grace Kelly....

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  • 8. Exotic Garden

    One thing in Monte Carlo that will not cost you a King's ransom is to visit the gardens which are adjacent to the aquarium. The local very pleasant climate is obviously conducive to growth and the...

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  • 9. Marina

    Ok, so you're walking around and you see boats. Well, maybe not boats, but yachts. Big yachts! Then you must be near the Monte Carlo Marina. Take a look at the fabulous vessels bobbing in the water...

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  • 10. Fontvieille

    Fontvieille is the newest of the four traditional quarters (districts) in the principality of Monaco, and one of ten Wards for modern administrative purposes. It is a newly constructed area reclaimed...

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  • 11. Winter Carnival

    We were in Monte Carlo in November, and there was a "Winter Carnival" going on along the waterfront at the Marina. If we understood right, it is an annual event that is held. We had a great time...

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  • 12. Church of Sainte Dévote

    One can see that space is tight in Monaco when visiting this church, a road bridge just above it, during the F1 Grand Prix tyres and equipment just in front off it. This votive chapel dedicated to...

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  • 13. Monte Carlo Yacht Club

    One of the most prestigious yacht clubs on earth must undoubtable be the Yacht Club of Monte Carlo. Founded by Prince Rainier III in 1953, which emanated from...

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  • 14. The Palace of Justice

    This small country has to have its own justice system. The heart of the Justice system is the Palace of Justice. The Prince’s judiciary powers give him complete...

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  • 15. The National Council

    This is Monaco's version of a parliament. The 24 Council members serve a term of five years. They are chosen in a national election in which Monegasque citizens...

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  • 16. Monaco and its beaches

    Day and night - an exclusive view from my hotel room on the most mondaine part of Europe(pic 1)Even more, a dream world showing on picture 2, flowers, exclusive...

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  • 17. Japanese Culture and traditions in Monaco

    Let us be clear, i'm working for a Japanese Company located in Belgium (guess which one)Next to the Japanese gardens and buildings in BXL, i 've never seen so...

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  • 18. Japanese Garden

    Where Monaco and the Land of the Rising Sun meet each other – in MonteCarloY.Beppy, a famous Japanese landscape-architect designed this enchanting garden,...

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  • 19. Shangri-La by the Sea

    It is sometimes hard to believe such a spectacular hillside city by the sea exists. To arrive by train from the coast on either side, and see the magnificent...

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  • 20. Wander Around #2

    Photo Group #2One thing that we do in all the places that we visit, is take some time and justwander around the side streets with nodestination in mind.We have...

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  • 21. Wander Around #1

    Photo Group #1One thing that we do in all the places that we visit, is take some time and justwander around the side streets with nodestination in mind.We have...

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  • 22. Enjoy The Chocolate

    Mary loves her chocolate, and whilein Monte Carlo, we found that theyalso love their chocolate so much, that they will coat anything with it.Yes, we had to try...

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  • 23. Check out the Drive!!

    Monaco comes alive at night - partly due to a slight addiction with gambling that many of the tourists have!!!If your not into playing the tables then you may...

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