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Monaco Walking Tour

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The best of Monaco Walking tour

Want a little company to go from Nice to Monaco? and see the best of Monaco – Monte Carlo? We are here for you.

This tour starts from Nice and takes you the loveliest day-trip to Monaco. Take the train, enjoy beautiful views and then benefit from this amazing walking tour to explore all the highlights of Monaco during the Walking Tour Monaco.


PRIOR BOOKING IS MANDATORY – Please book in advance so that we don’t exceed maximum capacity

Pause to imagine the skill of the Formula 1 drivers as they fly through the tightest of motor-racing bends in the city streets. Admire the beautiful harbour and the most luxurious yachts. Visit the church now known as the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception. It is the burial place for the Grimaldis, including Grace Kelly and Rainier III.

You will see the famous Oceanographic Museum devoted to marine science. This Baroque Revival building overlooks the Mediterranean. We promise you will not want to leave.

The definitive way to explore any city is on foot. And, the best way to discover everything a new city has to offer is with a well-informed local guide. It all comes down to the guiding, who and what they know. Monaco-Walking-Tour puts you into the hands of a trusted local expert. They come with years of experience and a vast knowledge. Who better to guide you round this glitzy and glamorous jewel of a city?


  • Café de Paris and Hôtel de Paris
  • Salle Garnier Opéra of Monte Carlo
  • The Monte-Carlo Casino «Carré d’Or»
  • F1 GP Circuit Monaco
  • Sainte-Dévote Church
  • La Condamine Market
  • The Prince’s Palace
  • The Hercule Port
  • The Cathedral of Monaco
  • Saint Martin Gardens
  • Oceanographic Museum of Monaco


  • 4 Hours Tour, (approximate duration).
  • Guided tour in English.
  • Train Tickets: Nice to Monaco open return (you can use your return ticket any at time after the tour).
  • Explore 12 Hightlights and some hidden corners of Monaco.
  • Small Group Tour with a maximum of 12 people per tour.
  • Food & Drinks
  • Museum admission
  • Personal Expenses

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When can I take the Monaco Walking Tour?

January, February, March, April: every Tuesday Thursday Saturday.
May, June, July, August: From Monday till Saturday inclusively.
September: every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.
October, November, December: every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

What does the Trip from Nice to Monaco ticket include?

The ticket for our Trip from Nice to Monaco pays mainly for your tour guide that will spend 3 to 4 hours with you in the Principality of Monaco. Additionally, the price includes the train ticket from Nice's main train station to Monaco Monte-Carlo train station and open return back to Nice. That means that after the tour, you are free to stay in Monaco and come back with your train ticket whenever you want to.

Can I meet the tour in straight in Monaco, instead of in Nice train station?

Yes. This is definitely an option you can use. If you wish to meet the tour straight in Monaco, contact us on our WhatsApp number +33 649 244 407 or on our email address We will tell you all the necessary details and give you a discount for your ticket, as you don’t have to pay for the train ticket.

Can I join the Trip to Monaco although I have not booked the tour online?

No. Since there is a limited space and we need to buy the train tickets, we need to know the exact number of participants for every tour. Therefore, it is crucial for you to book if you want to join our Monaco tour.

Where can I find the photo from the tour?

During every tour we take a group picture as a memory of our time spend together. We always post these pictures on our facebook page and we also send you an email with it.

Should I tip my guide?

If you enjoyed your tour you can tip your guide for the time and effort she/he spend with you during your experience! If you really enjoyed the tour, but you don’t have enough money for a tip, you can remember your guide’s name and you can leave her/him a good review on TripAdvisor or on Google reviews.

Where is the meeting place for the Trip from Nice to Monaco?

We always meet in front of the Main Train station of Nice (Gare de Nice Ville) next to Paul Bakery. In case you are joining us in Monaco, we meet you at the Le Comptoir du Rail, inside the Monaco Monte-Carlo train station.

How do I recognize my guide?

When it comes to Trip from Nice to Monaco, our guides will be waiting next to the Pauls Bakery, with a red umbrella, in civilian clothes.

What time is the meeting for the Trip to Monaco?

Everyone meets the guide at 10:20 at the meeting spot. The train leaves at 10:37, and although we will wait as long as possible for all the reservation, we cannot miss the train. Please make sure to be there on time – 10:20. In case you’re joining the trip in Monaco, we meet at 11:05 inside Monaco Monte-Carlo train station.

Do we need to bring our passport?

No. Although Monaco is a sovereign country that is not part of the European Union, it is a part of the Schengen area. That means that you don’t need to have your passport with you to enter. If you, however, plan to go to the Casino Monte-Carlo, you will need a passport to get into the playing area.

What main points will we see in the tour?

Your guide will take you through all the main touristic sites in Monaco, starting with Monte-Carlo casino, and continuing around St. Devote chapel, Prince Palace, Cathedral Notre Dame Immaculée, and Oceanographic Museum. The tour will also take you through some hidden gems of Monaco like Marché Condamine, Théâtre du Fort Antoine or Jardin St. Martin.

Is there any specific dress code for visiting specific places in Monaco?

For the tour itself there is no specific dress code, however, we do visit a Cathedral Notre-Dame Immaculee, where ladies need to be decently covered. It is not compulsory to go to the cathedral, however, if you want to enjoy the beauty of this landmark take into account these things – have your shoulders covered, make sure your skirt/shorts aren’t too short (knee length is safe) and have your stomach covered. A good solution is to have a scarf to cover yourself. If you wish to visit the paid part of the Casino Monte Carlo after the tour, keep in mind that you must have a “proper attire”. Lastly, Monaco has several nice places for a swim and if you wish to chill down after a few hours of walking we do recommend to have a swimsuit ready with you.

Is the tour suitable for everyone? / Can I join the tour? / Is the tour stroller friendly?

Monaco is a hilly country. It is possible to adjust the road slightly to make it suitable for strollers, however, if you have any medical issues that might prevent you from fully enjoying the tour (e.g. with walking for a longer period of time or up a hill), we advise you not to book our tour.

I am running late for the tour. What do I do?

Since the train to Monaco leaves 10:37 we cannot wait too long for any late-comers. If you didn’t manage to be on the station on time and the group has already left, call on the number +33 649 244 407 and explain your situation. You will be given your guide’s contact and you’ll be advised to buy yourself a train ticket to Monaco, where you’ll meet with the tour guide and the whole group.


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