Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range

Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
"Small-Group Full-Day Tour to Eze
"Small-Group Full-Day Tour to Eze La Turbie and Monaco from Cannes""Meet your guide in the morning and head off to Monaco Your first stop will be the medieval village of Eze one of the most picturesque sites of the French Riviera. Dating from the Middle Ages the village was built on top of the rocky outcrop for security reasons. The walls of the twelfth century will be dismantled in 1706 by order of Louis XIV. Walk through the cobbled streets and reach the top to find the castle ruins and the exotic garden. 400 ft / 427 meters high). Down to the village visit the famous Fragonard perfume factory.Your next stop is the village of La Turbie
From EUR105.00
 
Small Group Full Day Tour of Eze Monaco Monte-Carlo from Nice
"Your tour starts on the Moyenne Corniche where you can enjoy a panoramic view of Nice and the Bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer before arriving at Eze village.As soon as you arrive in Eze you’ll get the chance to explore the medieval village perched as an eagle’s nest. After that you will have a guided tour around Fragonard's perfume factory.Then your guide will take you to Monaco where you’ll stroll from the Oceanographic Museum up to the old town on the rock. See the Prince’s Palace and stroll around the old town which is the perfect spot to have your lunch (not included). You can admire the spectacular views offered on either side of the rock. Pay your respects to Princess Grace and Prince Rainier III in the Neo-Romanesque cathedral.If wanted
From EUR99.00
 
French Riviera Small Group Day Trip from Nice
"The French Riviera is well-known for its chic picturesque coastal towns where celebrities often roam the streets and hang out on yachts. See the most famous towns on this small-group day trip from Nice. With your minivan transportation taken care of you can sit back enjoy the gorgeous drive and visit these towns stress-free. Minivans hold a maximum of eight passengers so you’ll received personalized attention from your English-speaking guide. This small-group tour is the perfect way to see all the French Riviera towns in one day along with that spectacular coastal drive along the Mediterranean.The tour starts with a visit in Eze where you’ll admire the medieval village and see the Fragonard perfumery. You’ll then cross the border into Monaco
From EUR106.00

More What to Pack in Monaco

Tips

General

A rucksack or a light travelling bag to carry along with you when you walk around Monaco. It will certainly become handy when you purchase small items such as postcards and small souvenirs. Light...
View More
Tips

Dress It Up a Bit

To feel at ease here, you are really going to need some dressier clothes. In particualr, jackets nad ties are required in the famed Monte Carlo Casino, as are shoes other than sneakers!! Women will...
View More
Tips

Packing List

Suitcase, backpack. Wear light casual clothes in summer, it can get really hot here. From may till spetember is a temperature between 22 and 35 degrees Celcius quite normal here. Anti Mosquito cream...
View More
Tips

Packing List

A standard size suit case should do the job. A suit bag may be necessary if you plan to go to the expensive restaurants or the back rooms of the Monte Carlo Casino, where coat and tie are required....
View More
Tips

Packing List

If you don't like carriing arround stuff and want to spend some money, you can buy everything there :-))) Take your costume with you or your evening dress... for the casino... What about VISA or...
View More
Tips

Packing List

No specifications known Take with you what ever you want but keep the existing conditions in mind:- Monaco is a Mediterranean country. It is very hot in summer and mild in winter (--> sunglasses,...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Tips

Packing List

PAGE UNDER CONSTRUCTION ~ PLEASE DO NOT JUDGE ~ YOU MAY PASS GO ~ COLLECT $200
View More
Tips

To Get into the Casino - Wear Something Nice

We didn't know you couldn't get into Monte Carlo if you weren't dressed up. Take a dress and $10 and they will let you in, however, you can enter the foyer and take a peak inside.
View More
Tips

What To Take?

- a rucksack - a handbag (for a casino) - layers of clothing- good walking shoes- a raincoat that you can wrap in your bag - a camera- batteries
View More

Popular Cities in Monaco

Cities

Monte-Carlo

Monaco
View More
Cities

Monaco

Monaco
View More
Cities

Fontvieille

Monaco
View More

Top Hotels in Monaco

Hotels
4 avenue de la Madone, Monte-Carlo, 98007, Monaco
Show Prices
Hotels
Square Beaumarchais Bp No 277, Monte-Carlo, 98000, Monaco
Show Prices
Hotels
23, Av des Paplins, , Fontvieille 110
Show Prices
Hotels
7 Avenue John F Kennedy, Monte-Carlo, 98000, Monaco
Show Prices
Hotels
Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo, 98000, Monaco
Show Prices
Hotels
23 Avenue Des Papalins, Monte-Carlo, 98000, Monaco
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Monaco

Things to Do

Casino

The most Grand of the four Casinos of Monte Carlo is the Casino De Monte Carlo, located along the Eastern side of Place Du Casino and this Casino shares the Opera De Monte Carlo and Les Ballets de...
View More
Things to Do

Cathedral of St. Nicholas

final part of my tips with more pictures around there is freedom of Religion in Monaco as it is a secular state, but the Royal Family are Roman Catholics, hence you will see several Roman Catholic...
View More
Things to Do

Grand Prix de Monaco

In April 29th, 1929 the very first Grand Prix de Monaco took place and the winner was William Grover (1903-1945) with his Bugatti B35 and that is why you will see a monument for him in the centre of a...
View More
Things to Do

The Palace

The old town is worth visiting at night. The castle is at its prettiest lit up, the streets look pretty and the views over the port of Monaco are beautifully lit up. I was very glad we saw the old...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

Oceanographic Museum

The Oceanographic Museum (Musée océanographique) is the first building you would see just after exiting the escalator from the Chemin Des Pecheurs parking elevators to the top of Old Town and this...
View More
geeyook's Profile Photo

geeyook

"Monte-Carlo, Monaco"
View Member
hopang's Profile Photo

hopang

"MONACO"
View Member
micas_pt's Profile Photo

micas_pt

"Monaco"
View Member
kucha's Profile Photo

kucha

"Monaco"
View Member
Goner's Profile Photo

Goner

"MONACO - The Land of the Rich and Famous"
View Member

Map of Monaco