Monaco Travel Guide
By Partner Travel Corp
A place that seems taken out from a fairytale, Monaco charms with attitude and elegance. Often considered a little arrogant of a city-state, Monaco proves every step of the way that it has a strong reason for its arrogance. From the very clean streets to the luxurious cars and boats that seem to be as numerous as the inhabitants, Monaco is an ideal destination for those who prefer stylish holidays.
Of course, prices match its privileged position in the economic and tourist map of the world, but a trip to Monaco is an experience that you must try at least once in your life. You will not be necessarily fascinated by the luxury seen on the terraces in the Hercules Port or at the hotels with amazing views, but the story of a small state that has managed to remain independent and prosperous over the course of time.
If you read the pages of history of the Principality of Monaco in Monaco Guide, you will see that its history began on the famous rock, Rock of Monaco, where you can today visit the Prince’s Palace. Monaco has a fascinating past, being lined with gods legends and genuine stories about the Grimaldi family, so it will not be too hard to fall in love with it.
Jardin Exotique is ideal to capture the best views of the Principality. Next to some of the strangest cactuses, you will find a great view of the Rock of Monaco, whose charm is enhanced by the brilliance of the azure Mediterranean Sea.
The Oceanographic Museum of the city is like a stocky little corner of the Mediterranean Sea in an impressive building by size and attitude. You will be amazed by the variety of marine creatures timidly looking at you from beyond the aquarium glass.
It may seem that the size of the Principality does not reflect it, but you will be amazed by the many museums and gardens the city houses, showing a great amount of respect for both culture and the environment.
Monaco Cathedral is located near the Oceanographic Museum and fits perfectly with the surrounding landscape. The cathedral houses the bodily remains of Princess Grace of Monaco. You will easily recognize the grave because it is always covered with flowers put there in her memory.
The legendary Casino of Monaco awaits not only players, but also visitors. Access is allowed only for those aged over 18. A visit to the Casino will be much more interesting if you choose to read its story found in the Monaco Travel Guide.
The beaches in Monaco are sandy, unlike other beaches on the French Riviera that welcome you with not exactly friendly pebbles, so relaxing in the sun here will be a delight. You can even get a tan in late autumn, because the weather in Monaco is very friendly and in great relationship with the solar orb.
By purchasing the Monaco Travel Guide, you will make sure that the weather will not surprise you. You will find all the details needed to plan your vacation in the ideal season. Moreover, in the Monaco Guide you will learn all about the best hotels and restaurants in town, as well as everything about the most interesting attractions. Each of these attractions was assessed by our team, so you can easily identify which might be on your list of priorities, depending on the number of days that you have available to discover the Principality of Monaco.
Monaco Travel Guide also includes the mini-travel guides of two incredible destinations on the French Riviera, Eze and Villefranche-sur-Mer. The two small towns will charm you with breathtaking landscapes and an atmosphere so ... French.
In Eze, you will be admiring the narrow streets of the medieval centre. They will lead to the Jardin Exotique Eze which will offer you incredible views of the French Riviera and the three undulating cornices.
Villefranche-sur-Mer will charm you with its beautiful harbour, surrounded by old buildings, where curious cruise ships often anchor. The city seems to be taken out from some vintage story, ideal for relaxing moments and amazing photos.
When reading the Monaco Travel Guide you will find that you can reach these fairytale places in just a few moments. You will learn all about the means of transport that will take you to your destination and the most beautiful sights. Of course, if you want to stay overnight, we also recommend the best hotels and the finest restaurants.
Monaco Travel Guide has an ideal structure for those who want to enjoy a fairly easy page orientation, allowing you to quickly identify what interests you the most. A trip to Monaco will be much more exciting if you will be accompanied by the stories in the Monaco Guide.