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Things to do in Monaco
Fontvieille - take a tour to the Museum of Antique Automobile
Monaco has been associated with motor racing for many years, due to the passion of the Crown Prince H.S.H. Prince Rainier. One of the most interesting things to do in the principality is to take a tour around his private collection of motor cars. There are over 100 different vehicles to see and include everything from horse drawn carriages through to modern day luxury cars, such as Rolls Royce and Jaguar. Car enthusiasts and the general public will be particularly delighted by the cars from the early part of the 20th century.
Larvotto - chillout on Larvotto Beach
The beach at Larvotto is perfect for families with its warm waters and gently shelving beach, making it suitable for bathing. The beach area is mix of public and private beaches, and is a popular destination for locals, so it can get busy quickly. There are opportunities to rent very comfortable chairs and umbrellas, these can be booked in advance. There are also a number of restaurants and shops, where you can dine or purchase those items you forgot, that you need for the beach.
Monte Carlo - tour the Prince's Palace
The Prince’s Palace at Monaco has been the home of the Grimaldi family since 1297. It was orginally built, and used as a fortress, back in 1191. Perched up in a hill, overlooking the waters of the Mediterranean, the palace is a combination of traditional fortress style and Renaissance living quarters. A tour around the interior, allows you see to the beautifully designed living and state quarters, as well as being able to visit the Museum of Napoleon.
Monte Carlo - try your luck gambling at the casino
One of the most famous places in the world for gambling, is the casino in Monaco. It is instantly recognisable from the James Bond movies and for being the location, of the winner’s podium for the Monaco Grand Prix. All kinds of gambling are available in the casino, which is open from 14.00 hours until late. The favorites with players are roulette, poker and blackjack. There is a dress code for the main casino, which for men a jacket and tie is recommended. You will need to take and present a form of identification with a photo, such as a pasport and be over 18 years old.
Introduction of Monaco
The glamourous destination of Monaco boasts some of the plushest and most extravagant hotels in the world and many choose to stay in Monaco hotels that provide top-class views across the Mediterranean Sea. It borders France on three sides and the Med on the other with Italy being only a short distance away. The whole country can be explored on foot in around one hour but many choose to use limousines and sports cars to get around as a way of proving their wealth status to everyone close by. Monaco hotels are designed to cater for the rich and famous and guests should expect to receive first-class service with swimming pools, restaurants and a multitude of in-house services, facilities and amenities. Monaco hotels rely heavily on outside tourism and as well as boasting a warm climate, Monaco also has numerous casinos for splashing even more cash in along with expensive boutique shops and cafes.