Bar Américain (Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Place du Casino, Monaco) — Cigar smoke, worn leather, rare woods, dim lighting… the Bar Américain boasts a wealth of magical memories and age-old spirits.
Bilig Café (11, bis rue Princesse Caroline, Monaco) – located in a popular part of Monaco, this restaurant serves a variety of tourist-friendly dishes – from French crepes, to pizzas and lasagnas, hamburgers & French Fries, and Mediterranean salads. Since this is Monaco, prices here are reasonable, especially compared to some of the other restaurants […]
Bus — the Monaco Bus Company (C.A.M) allows visitors & resident to travel around the Principality between 7am and 9.30pm. The network covers all of the main tourist attractions, museums, the exotic garden, business centers, Casino, Stade Louis-II, and more. Monaco is served by six bus routes, seven days a week : Line 1: Monaco […]
Exotic Garden of Monaco (62 Blvd. du Jardin Exotique, Monaco) — Spread over an area of approximately 15,000 m2, the Exotic Garden is home to a thousand cacti and other succulent plants with stems or hypertrophic leaves which store water. Originally from the planet’s main semi-arid regions, these plants still produce plenty of flowers. The […]
Casino of Monte Carlo (Place du Casino, Monaco) – this eye-catching casino, where the rich & famous have gambled for decades, was built in 1893 by Charles Garnier, the architect of the Paris Opera House. Its marble paved “atrium”, surrounded with 28 Ionic columns made of onyx, gives access to the Opera Hall (no visits) […]
Monaco’s history goes back to the Middle Ages, when the Grimaldi family acquired its port and nearby territory from the Aragon ruling family (Spain) in the early 1400s. From that time until the French Revolution, the territory that became the Principality of Monaco was under the protection of the Spanish, Italians and Sardinians. In 1793, […]