It’s one of the smallest countries in the world (second only to the Vatican City), hugely popular for day trips from the surrounding French Riveria. So what are the main sites in Monaco if you’ve only planned on one day?
Size doesn’t matter in Monaco, and the sites, attractions, and excitement is all densely packed in! While there’s plenty to do deserving of a vacation in its own right, here is a quick list of the top 5 places to add to your itinerary if you’re day tripping.read more
Long regarded as a playground for the rich and famous, the tiny yet popular Principality of Monaco is welcoming to all types of travelers. Set along the breathtaking Côte d’Azur nearly enveloped by France, the Principality of Monaco has been a symbol of luxury and glamour for well over a century.
While it may be small in size, it packs quite a punch with its iconic annual events such as the Monaco Yacht Show and Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix that attract people from all over the world.
It’s important to understand that Monaco isn’t a destination exclusive to the wealthy. There is a wide range of sights and attractions on offer whether you’re traveling as a romantic couple or a family.
With abundant sunshine and an ever-present ideal warm weather, Monaco is home to many treasures both natural and man-made and plenty of Michelin-starred restaurants to fuel your adventures. So whether you’re thinking of a day trip from France or an entire holiday in Monaco, I’ve gathered some of the top reasons why you should visit this French Riviera gem.read more
With the excitement of the Grand Prix, the beauty of Larvotto Beach, and the opulent pleasures of the Casino de Monte Carlo, it’s no surprise that Monaco is regularly tipped as being one of world’s epicentres for luxury!
So whilst there are many quaint places like Le Rocher that offer the perfect amount of rustic charm, for a touch of glamorous living, why not head to one of these glittering destinations!read more
If you live in the U.S., chances are you’ve been to Vegas. The city was purpose-built to be available to anyone, from the budget conscious to splurging high rollers. Sadly the same cannot be said for the gaming gem of Europe.
If you’re from the European side of the pond, it’s more likely you dreamed of visiting the glamorous city of Monte Carlo. Though most people are content in their dreams, believing they would have to forfeit an arm and a leg to make this trip come true.
But this is totally not true. It’s absolutely possible to visit Monte Carlo even during the most popular month of the year – and on a budget you can afford.read more