Monaco is a tiny nation enveloped by the Mediterranean Sea and France, and ruled by the Grimaldi Royal Family for over seven centuries. A popular tax haven, Monaco is a cluster of shopping complexes, apartment blocks and casinos. Monaco is tiny in size but it has a diverse population and awaits with rich experiences for you.
Monte Carlo, the highlight of Monaco is an administrative area and houses the world-renowned Monte Carlo Casino. The casino complex is a great example of Belle epoque architecture and is made up of a casino, the Opera de Monte-Carlo and the office of Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo. Monte Carlo is landscaped by modern buildings, hotels and shopping complexes, and a waterfront dotted with yachts. Musee Oceanographique de Monaco – where you can encounter colourful fishes, sharks and other marine predators, the Palais Princier de Monaco, where you can witness the change of the guard ceremony and buy souvenirs, the Jardin Exotique – a botanical garden with the world’s largest succulent and cactus collection and Monaco Open-Air Cinema – a massive outdoor movie theatre which is the world’s only 3D open-air cinema are some of Monaco’s highlights.
Monaco might be the world’s second smallest nation, but its fame and popularity are widespread. It plays host to the Formula One Grand Prix – Monaco and has also been the setting for multiple Hollywood movies. With world-class casinos, posh hotels and million dollar yachts, Monaco is a true experience of luxury and grandeur.
Monaco is the world’s second smallest nation.