Petit Futé
English
  • Français
  • English
  • Español

Sightseeing Monaco

Filter by

Choice of category

Filters applied

Filter the category

Other criteria

Alphabetical order

Extend the research to :

Search in the subcategories

Search on the  surrounding cities
Prepare for your trip Monaco
Transportation
Car Rental
Taxi
Tailor-made trip
Accommodation & stays
Find a hotel
Holiday rental
Services / On site
Book a table
Activities & visits

À ne pas manquer sur Monaco : les plus belles visites

 

Quand on se rend dans une ville comme Monaco (Monaco), il est indispensable de s'imprégner de la culture locale : pour cela rien de plus efficace que d'explorer les meilleures visites qui seront à votre disposition. Lorsque l'on fait un voyage, quelle que soit la destination, on souhaite en général ne passer à côté d'aucun des endroits les plus intéressants, pour se rappeler longtemps cette escapade. Faites de votre séjour à Monaco un moment inoubliable grâce à notre guide en ligne : tous les visites de cette commune vous attendent ici, avec des infos qui vous seront utiles pour vous organiser. Nous avons listé au total 27 visites indispensables, de quoi vivre un merveilleux séjour, accompagné de ceux que vous aimez. Votre choix devrait être largement simplifié, puisque notre liste d'endroits est triée par notes : vous prenez ainsi conscience facilement des endroits à découvrir en priorité. Tout autour de Monaco, on trouve aussi des visites de renom : effectuez une recherche plus étendue pour les découvrir, en agrandissant le rayon kilométrique. Nos internautes participent au quotidien à la renommée du Petit Futé, et à vous fournir un guide objectif : vous saurez quels sont les visites qu'il ne faut pas manquer, une note sur cinq est laissée à chaque fois. Si vous avez l'opportunité de parcourir Monaco (98000 Principauté de Monaco ) vous y trouverez un nombre de visiteurs croissants. Pour une promenade bien optimisée, utilisez le plan sur lequel vous visualiserez tous lieux de visite, afin de gagner du temps. Sur chacune des fiches que nous publions, vous aurez la faculté de trouver des informations pratiques, parfaites dans la préparation de votre déplacement à Monaco, et vous organiser pour chaque visite : réseaux sociaux, horaires d'ouverture, tarif ou adresse... D'autres informations sont à votre disposition : sorties, restaurants ou produits gourmands, pour disposer de tout ce que Monaco peut vous apporter !

Sightseeing Monaco : 29 Results

Practical information : Sightseeing Monaco

TimetableTimetable

The opening hours are generally similar to the French ones. Please note that some places may be closed on Sundays, public holidays or during the F1 Grand Prix. The number of visitors is generally higher in summer and during major international events (Grand Prix, Printemps des Arts...).

Public holidays in Monaco: January1st, January 27th, Easter Monday, May1st, Ascension Day, Whit Monday, Corpus Christi Day, August 15th, November1st , November 19th, December 8th and December 25th. If one of these days falls on a Sunday, it is made up on Monday.

To be bookedTo be booked

Some guided tours (museums, casinos, etc.) have a limited number of places, so reservations are required. Self-guided tours, in principle, are not subject to any particular restrictions.

Budget & TipsBudget & Tips

The vast majority of establishments offer reduced rates for children, students, seniors or groups. Also note: you can benefit from advantageous prices thanks to the twinned tickets between the Oceanographic Museum and the car collection of H.S.H. the Prince.

Main eventsMain events

The life of the Principality is punctuated by major artistic, cultural and sporting events:

January: Sainte Dévote festivities / Monte-Carlo car rally

March-April: Printemps des Arts festival

May: Formula 1 Grand Prix

July-August: concerts at the Palais Princier

October: fair attractions

November: Prince's Day

December: Christmas village

Guided toursGuided tours

There are several ways to discover Monaco

By small train (30 minutes): the departure and arrival are opposite the Oceanographic Museum. The trains are equipped with panoramic roofs and offer a guided tour in 12 languages, to show you the most emblematic places of Monaco, from the Place d'Armes to the Casino Square, through the Port Hercule or the Old Town.

By bus: enjoy an original visit of the Rock of Monaco, Fontvieille and Monte-Carlo at your own pace! It's up to you to choose when you get on and off: your pass is valid all day, so take advantage of it!

Visit of the Monte-Carlo Casino: in the morning only, this visit (with or without audioguide) invites you to discover the secrets and magic of the green carpet and the slot machines! Please note that minors are allowed, for visits only

Visit of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco: passionate professionals welcome you aboard this immense establishment, witnessing more than 100 years of oceanographic history, and reveal anecdotes about the collections and species living in these places.

SmokersSmokers

As in France, it is forbidden to smoke in enclosed spaces (except in the smoking areas reserved for this purpose). Similarly, some beaches have dedicated areas. Every summer, the "Monaco Zero Butts" operation distributes pocket ashtrays, which can be collected from the Tourist and Convention Bureau (DTC) reception desks in the Larvotto, Fontvieille and Monaco-Ville districts. Of course, butts thrown on the ground are not tolerated.

Tourist trapsTourist traps

The practice is not very common, if not non-existent, in Monaco. Nevertheless, to avoid any risk, we recommend that you book your visits directly with the places you wish to discover, by telephone or on the official website of the establishment.

What's very localWhat's very local

A word of advice: make sure you always have appropriate attire with you. Most establishments (especially casinos or museums) require proper attire during the day. In the evening, a jacket and tie may be required. Please note that after a certain time, establishments may refuse you entry if you are wearing shorts or Bermuda shorts. Flip-flops and beach sandals may also be grounds for refusal. Similarly, beach restaurants may ask you to cover up and not eat in a bathing suit.

Review