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  • 1. Musée Océanographique


    Perched dramatically on a cliff, this museum is a splendid Edwardian structure, built under Prince Albert I to house specimens collected on...Read More

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  • 2. Casino Monte-Carlo


    Place du Casino is the center of Monte Carlo and a must-see, even if you don't like to bet. Into the gold-leaf splendor of the casino, the hopeful...Read More

  • 3. Collection des Voitures Anciennes


    In this impressive assemblage of Prince Rainier's vintage cars, you'll find everything from a De Dion Bouton to a Lamborghini Countach. Also...Read More

  • 4. Jardin Exotique de Monaco


    Six hundred varieties of cacti and succulents cling to a sheer rock face at Monaco's magnificent Tropical Garden, a brisk half-hour walk west...Read More

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  • 5. Les Thermes Marins de Monte-Carlo

    Bath/Hot Spring

    Added to the city in the 1990s, this seawater-therapy treatment center stretches between the landmark Hôtel de Paris and its sister, the Hermitage...Read More

  • 6. Monaco Cathedral

    Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Follow the crowds down the last remaining streets of medieval Monaco to the 19th-century Cathédrale de l'Immaculée-Conception, which contains...Read More

  • 7. Nouveau Musée National de Monaco


    Take the elevator down from Place des Moulins to the NMNM, which houses two museums, each of which hosts two exhibitions a year. One of the...Read More

  • 8. Opéra de Monte-Carlo

    Arts/Performance Venue

    In the true spirit of the town, it seems that the Salle Garnier Opera House, with its 18-ton gilt-bronze chandelier and extravagant frescoes...Read More

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  • 9. Palais Princier


    The famous Rock, crowned by the palace where the royal family resides, stands west of Monte Carlo. An audio guide leading you through this sumptuous...Read More

  • 10. Port


    It's a blissful hike down from Monte Carlo to the port along Boulevard Albert Ier, where pleasure boats of every shape flash white and blue...Read More

  • 11. The Rock


    On the broad plateau known as Le Rocher, or the Rock, the majority of Monaco's touristic sights are concentrated with tidy, self-conscious charm...Read More

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