Must-See


While visiting Le Rocher (which means « The Rock »), you will discover lovely 16th-18th century houses, narrow streets and Le Rocher’s fortifications. This outside of time visit will allow you to, among other things, discover the Visitation Chapel or the Prince’s Palace. The Rock will offer you a stunning view on the Mediterranean Sea.

Accessible on foot or by buses n° 1 or 2, towards Monaco Ville (Le Rocher) stop.

Guardian of an ancient tradition, this Palace located in a unique place, was built on the site of a fortress erected by the Genoese in 1215. It is still today the official residence of HSH Prince Albert II.

Accessible on foot or by buses n° 1 or 2, towards Monaco Ville (Le Rocher) stop.

Built on the side of the legendary Monaco Rock, the Oceanographic Museum has watched over the oceans for over a century. Founded by Prince Albert I, great-great grandfather of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, it was designed as a palace completely devoted to Art and Science. Towering 85 meters above the waves, it invites visitors to discover over 6000 specimens in their spectacular underwater environment. Centre

of exchange and culture, it deals with the issues surrounding the protection of the oceans, humanity’s common heritage. From aquariums to historic collections, including the Shark Lagoon

and Turtle Island on the panoramic terrace, the Museum offers a unique opportunity to know, love and protect the oceans.

Located in the heart of Monte-Carlo, this James Bond Casino is an attraction on the outside as well as on the inside, mostly through the luxurious cars parade that takes place on the Square every night.

Illustrating the prestige of Monaco, the Monte-Carlo Casino impresses by its architecture and the beauty of its lounges. Considered as an El Dorado for gamblers, it helped making a fortune for many gamblers in Monaco.

Accessible on foot or by buses n° 1, 5 ou 6, Place du Casino stop.

The Exotic Garden of Monaco has managed to stay unique in its genre since its opening to the public in 1933. It brings together a wide variety of plants known as ‘succulents’ in outstanding open-air surroundings. Beautifully arranged along a rocky cliff overlooking the sea, this place is truly unique.

The Exotic Garden of Monaco gathers more than 900 plant species, mainly cactuses. Built on the side of the cliff, it offers a stunning view on Monaco. It is also possible to access to the Observation Cave, wonderful natural underground cave.

Accessible on foot or by bus n°2, towards Jardin Exotique.

Built in white stone from La Turbie in 1875, this building of Romanesque-Byzantine houses the tombstones of deceased Princes. This is where Prince Rainier and Princess Grace got married and are now buried.