Travel with us from Nice to Monaco and enhance your visit to Nice with a trip to the second smallest country in the world. You will see the city circuit where the famous Grand Prix is held, visit the church known as the Cathedral of Our Lady, the Oceanographic Museum devoted to marine science and also the Jardin Exotique.
Our guides will help you discover the most interesting places, give you recommendations on where to eat, which museum to visit and what to avoid.
We take pride in the fact that our clients leave the city tour satisfied and also richer with a wealth of interesting information and stories. Our guides are very friendly and will do their best to accommodate you, so don’t be afraid to ask them any question.
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Monaco has an area of 2.02 square kilometres with a population of 37,800.
The most populous and famous district of this city-state is Monte Carlo. Monaco is popular among the wealthy people due to its tax laws, but it is also frequently visited by tourists. In 2014, millionaires made up 30% of the population, more than in Geneva or Zurich. The official language is French, but Monégasque and Italian also play a significant role. Monaco gained its independence from France in 1861. One of the country’s biggest social events is the annual Formula One race, the Monaco Grand Prix. It is also home to the AS Monaco football club, which plays in the French football league. Monaco is not a member of the European Union but also uses the Euro as its currency.
Monaco is a tiny city. Yet it is one of the most expensive areas to buy real-estate anywhere in the world. The best example must be the Prince’s Palace. It is still the official home of the country’s rulers, the Grimaldi family currently headed by Prince Albert II, the son of Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier.
Wealth and luxury are on full display in this exclusive city. It lies in the fabulous French Riviera on the Mediterranean Sea. Monte-Carlo is renowned for its famous casino, lavishly decorated Opera house, old churches, and exotic Jardin Japonais de Monaco.