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HOW TO REACH MONACO


Nice Cote d’Azur Airport is one of the biggest airports in France. It hosts 12 million travellers per year and offers a hundred destinations in 37 different countries with 62 airlines.

Check-out the complete list of airlines and all the destinations you can reach from Nice:
https://www.nice.aeroport.fr/Passagers/VOLS-DESTINATIONS/100-destinations-en-direct-de-Nice

You have different options to reach Monaco from Nice Airport:

  • Taxis are in stand-by at the airport (average rate is €80-100 for a one-way transfer to/from Monaco; a ride in normal traffic conditions takes 30 minutes).
  • Nice Airport Express Shuttle (bus N°110) connects the airport to Monaco every 30 minutes, through the highway. The journey to Monaco usually takes 45 minutes in normal traffic conditions from the airport.

One-way ticket costs €22 per person. The return ticket costs €33 per person.

Tickets could be bought directly on the bus or in advance on: https://www.niceairportxpress.com

For more information regarding schedule and rates: http://www.niceairportxpress.com/

You can also have a helicopter transfer in only 7 minutes 24/7. For more information regarding schedule and rates: https://www.monacair.mc/

The railway station in Monaco is located just a few minutes away from the Casino Square, the major hotels of the Principality and from the Grimaldi Forum. From the train station, Monco City busses are easily accessible to reach any part of the Principality.

A regional express train links Monaco to the major cities of the region every day (Cannes, Antibes, Nice, Menton, Ventimiglia…). https://www.oui.sncf/

High Speed trains are also coming by the station linking Monaco and Nice to France’s major cities like Paris and Lyon. https://www.oui.sncf/

The THELLO networks also connects Monaco to Milan in Italy.  https://www.thello.com/

From Nice, Cannes or Saint-Tropez

Via the motorway (A8/E74/E80) with two possible exits:

  • 56: ‘Monaco-Cap d’Ail-Beausoleil’
  • 57: ‘La Turbie-Roquebrune-Cap-Martin’

From Nice : three panoramic roads lead to Monaco:

  • Basse Corniche (D6098)
  • Moyenne Corniche (D6007)
  • Grande Corniche (D2564)

From Italy

  • Via the motorway (A8/E74/E80) please take the exit 58 ‘Roquebrune-Monaco-La Turbie’
  • Via the coastal road from Menton

Kindly note that there are 33 public car parks available in the Principality of Monaco. Three of which are located nearby the Grimaldi Forum : The Grimaldi Forum, Les Carmes and Larvotto.

HOW TO MOVE AROUND IN MONACO


The city being quite small with lots of lifts that enable you to reach a street from another one, it is very easy to walk your way around the city.

Download the city map of Monaco >

Should you like to discover Monaco by using public transports, the bus network is perfectly established. In the daytime, five bus lines enable to access the major sites of Monaco. One river-bus also enable to cross the harbour from 8.00 to 20.00. During the evening, one bus serves all Monaco main bus stops, from 21.20 to 00.20. By night, one bus runs during Friday night and Saturday night.

One-way ticket bought on-board costs €2.

Have a look at the website for more information regarding the different lines and itineraries proposed: http://www.cam.mc/ or download the official app for the information in real time.

EMERGENCY NUMBERS


  • Police 17
  • Fire Department 18
  • Emergency medical assistance Service 15
  • Poison control center +33 (0)4 91 75 25 25
  • Hospitals
    Centre Hospitalier Princesse Grace
    1 avenue Pasteur – 98000 MONACO Standard : +377 97 98 99 00 / Urgences : +377 97 98 9769
  • IM2S (Institut Monégasque de Médecine du Sport)
    11 Avenue d’Ostende – 98000 Monaco Standard : +377 99 99 10 0
  • Centre Cardio Thoracique de Monaco
    11 bis Avenue d’Ostende – 98000 Monaco Standard : +377 92 16 80 00