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Description
The Museum Of Stamps And Coins
Ticket Price: 3 Euros for adults, 1.50 Euros for children aged 12-18, pensioners and students. Opening Hours: 9:30 am Closing Hours: 1st October to 30th June closes at 5pm; 1st July to 30th September closes at 6pm Tips: Read a little about the history of Monaco Recommendations: A stamp honouring Grace Kelly (U)SP: A stamp and coin museum chronicling local history Amenities: Parking: parking garages in the area
Museum Of Napoleon Souvenirs
Ticket Price: The ticket is included in the 9 Euro ticket for the Prince’s Palace, a single ticket costs 4 Euros (2 Euros for children aged 8-14 and students), a ticket including the Palace and the Oceanographic Museum costs 19 Euros (8 Euros for children aged 4-18 and students) Opening Hours:From the 1st of December to the 1st of April opened every day (except December 25th and January 1st) from 10: 30 am, from the 2nd of April to the 31st of October opened every day from 10 am Closing Hours:From the 1st of December to the 1st of April it is 5 pm (last entry 4. 30 pm), from the 2nd of April to the 31st of October it is 6 pm (last entry 5. 30 pm) Tips: The palace and the museum are located in the old town, the “Rock”. The Oceanographic Museum and the Saint Nicholas Cathedral are very close by. Plan your day well and you catch all the nearby sites in a day. Read up on Napoleon before you visit, even a cursory glance at the Wikipedia article will enhance your experience (U)SP: A personal collection of historic memorabilia of Napoleon and Monaco Amenities: Parking:Chemaine des Pecheurs
Princes Palace Of Monaco
Ticket Price:Ticket is for State Apartments and Napoleon Museum: Adults – 8 Euros, Children (8-14 years old), Students – 4 Euros Opening Hours:Open from March 29 to October 31, opening hours are 10:00 AM everyday Closing Hours:6:00 PM (last entry at 5:30 PM) Ticket price also includes admission to the attached Napoleon Museum It is possible to buy a double ticket of the Palace and the Oceanographic Museum at 19 Euros for adults, 7 Euros for children aged 4-7, 9 Euros for children aged 8-12 and 11 Euros for children aged 13-18 and students Tips: The palace is the focal point of the old town; plan your day around it. Arrive by 11:45 am and find a good spot to observe the guard change. Audio tour available Great view enhanced by the sunset in the evening. Warnings: It is a steep climb to the State Apartments Recommendations: Guard change at 11:55 am Baroque entrance Double horseshoe staircase Ceilings painted with the Labours of Hercules Artwork, royal family portraits (U)SP: It is a historical palace that doubles as a home, sort of like Buckingham Palace, with exquisite art and architecture. Amenities: Parking:Parking des Pecheurs Disability/Wheelchair Access:The State Apartments are not accessible to those in wheelchairs. Access only by stairs.
Saint Nicholas Cathedral Or Cathedral De Monaco
Closing Hours:7 pm (6 pm in winter) Make sure your clothing is respectable, i.e. don’t waltz in wearing swimwear. Tips: The cathedral is located in the old town, the “Rock”. The Oceanographic Museum and the Prince’s Palace are very close by. Plan your day well and you catch all the nearby sites in a day. Warnings: Breaking one of the Ten Commandments in church premises will result in minus 10 points from you final score. Recommendations: Light a candle and pray for someone dear to you. The Renaissance altarpiece Princess Kelly and Prince Rainier III burial sites (U)SP: A small historically important cathedral. Amenities: Parking:Chemin des Pêcheurs parking lot is situated under the Oceanographic Museum
Monaco Grand Prix
Ticket Price:Tickets for the final race start from 84 Euros and go up to 625 Euros. The Platinum VIP Terrace ticket for both Saturday’s qualifying and Sunday’s final is the most expensive, costing upwards of 2,500 Euros. Opening Hours:The event starts at 8 am; the race starts at 2 pm. Closing Hours:The race lasts around two and a half hours Tickets must be booked early There are three days in the schedule, the practice session, the qualifying and the race. Tickets are available for all three and prices vary. Tips: Bring along a camera and hope to meet your favourite celebrity. Warnings: Expect to spend a fortune on everything, from tickets to hotels. Recommendations: The race (U)SP: It is one of the most prestigious, glamorous, difficult races in the world.
Casino Square
Tips: Only a short distance from the Monte Carlo Casino Larvotto beach, Metropole Shopping Center and the Japanese Gardens, you could plan your trip accordingly\ Come in the evening to see the buildings lit up Warnings: Don’t drool directly on the cars Recommendations: Sit at the Cafe de Paris and watch the cars go by (U)SP: An area for car watching with a fantastic fountain in the centre and a beautiful view of the buildings Amenities: Parking: underground parking at the casino
Monte Carlo Casino
Ticket Price:10 Euros to enter the casino and 10 more Euros to enter the private rooms Opening Hours: From 9 am for visiting the casino when it not operating, from 2 pm onwards gambling operations are open and people will be treated as individual clients Closing Hours: 12 noon for those visiting the non-operational casino, 4 am for all gambling operations Other Ticketing Details:group tickets cost 7 Euros per person (minimum 10 people), free access for tour guide Extra Details (if necessary): T-Shirts and jeans are acceptable for daytime attire, but jackets are recommended after 8 pm in the private rooms. The ambience will be that of a casino, try not to get too caught up in it and lose too much money Tips: Carry your passport to prove your age and nationality, only people above the age of 18 and non-Monacan nationals are allowed. You have to carry your passport to get in. No photographing equipment allowed inside; there is a cloak room to store your bags. If you have no intention of gambling visit between 9 am and 12 noon If you are gambling, keep track of your money Check their website to see if any musicians are performing at the time of your visit and book tickets for it Warnings: Everything is expensive in the casino All gambling games are designed to work out in favour if the house (the casino) Recommendations: Only a short distance from the Larvotto beach and the Japanese Gardens, you could plan your trip accordingly If you are intent on merely gambling, there are other casinos around that don’t charge entrance fees The building also contains the Opera de Monte Carlo (U)SP: A historic and glamorous casino that has been featured in three Bond films Amenities: Parking: underground parking, free for the first hour
Association Mediterraneo
Extra Details: Carry swimwear, change of clothes, sunscreen, snorkels, towels and any other items you think necessary Tips: Bring your camera along for a few great pictures with the entire city of Monaco as your background. Warnings: Scuba diving is not for everyone, if you have any health conditions clear it with your doctor before undertaking this activity. Recommendations: Recreate scenes from “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” (U)SP: A great family day out in the boat overlooking Monaco with many fun activities including diving
Fort Antoine
Ticket Price:Free entry, except for shows Open Hours: Hours vary by performance, please inquire Tips: The theatre is located in the old town, the “Rock”. The Prince’s Palace, the Oceanographic Museum, the Museum of Napoleon Souvenirs, the Stamps and Coins Museums and the Saint Nicholas Cathedral are very close by. Plan your day well and you catch all the nearby sites in a day. Warnings: You will be by the sea and might experience a breeze, carry a light jacket Recommendations: Stay for sunset (U)SP: A picturesque fort converted into an open air theatre with a great view Amenities: Parking:Chemin des Pêcheurs parking lot is under the Oceanographic Museum
Oceanographic Museum
Ticket Price: Adults – 14 Euros, Children (4-12) – 7 Euros, Teenagers/Students – 10 Euros, People with reduced mobility (adults and children) – 7 Euros, Children under 4 – free Opening Hours: 10 am everyday of the week Closing Hours: 6 pm in January, February, March, October, November and December; 7 pm in April, May, June and September; 8:30 pm in July and August The Museum is closed on the week-end of the Formula 1 Grand Prix and 25th of December Cash, cheques, bank cards and “chèquesvacances” holiday vouchers are all accepted payment methods. The Touch Tank is meant as an interactive display for children and teens; adults have to pay extra to get in. Guided tours are available, but reservations and tour plans need to be a much as one month in advance. Tips: There is a “No Flash” rule in the aquarium. The flashing light disturbs the fish. Switch off your camera’s flash. Carry a jacket and/or a cap as there is no shade on the roof. There is a rooftop restaurant with a view if you are feeling peckish. Warnings: The place is often crowded, especially at peak season in the summer. Their staff is sometimes unhelpful. Recommendations: A walk around the full museum and aquarium. The Touch Tank The Shark Lagoon Exhibit Tropical Lagoon Exhibit The breathtaking rooftop view (U)SP: An oceanographic museum that contains artefacts from two groundbreakers of the field and a fantastic aquarium. Amenities: Parking: Chemin des Pêcheurs parking lot is situated under the Museum Disability/Wheelchair Access: Partially handicapped accessible
Japanese Tea Garden
In spite of the fact that picnicking is not permitted in the recreation center, an outdoors feasting range is accessible to guests wishing to buy forte teas, suppers and snacks. The recreation center likewise characteristics flower presentations close to the koi lakes.
Le Metropole Shopping Center
Tips: If you plan to buy something save up for a few years Only a short distance from the Monte Carlo Casino, Opera de Monte Carlo, Larvotto beach and the Japanese Gardens, you could plan your trip accordingly Warnings: Most of the items sold here are way beyond the price range of average person. Recommendations: Window shopping (U)SP: A collection of some of the most exclusive and high end brands in the planet Amenities: Parking: Underground parking at the centre
Opera De Monte Carlo
Ticket Price:prices depend on the production and seats; they can be checked online at the official website Opening Hours:visitors are not allowed to enter the opera unless there is a performance and they have a ticket Extra Details (if necessary):Dress appropriately in formals. Tips: Check the website to book tickets online. No cameras allowed inside. Warnings: Don’t make fun of the fat lady who sings. Recommendations: If you find the opportunity of attending the opera go. Only a short distance from the Larvotto beach and the Japanese Gardens, you could plan your trip accordingly It is in the same building as the Monte Carlo casino (U)SP: An old historic opera house that hosts some of the finest opera productions. Amenities: Parking: underground parking garage