Address: Larvotto Beach, Monaco.
This is a stunning beach which is perfect for a family vacation located just walkable distance from Monte- Carlo. Tranquil colour of water which is protected by nets is quite safe for swimming and sunbathing. Other activities you can enjoy here are kayaking, jet skiing, etc.
Address: 4 Rue Colonel Bellando de Castro, 98000 Monaco.
This is a Catholic Cathedral in Monaco named after St. Nicholas, built in 1875. It attracts visitors with stunning architecture; attractive white stones are used for construction. Other attarctions are white marble altars, grand organ, and the church is more popular because it is the burial place of Grimaldis, Grace Kelly and Rainier II.
Address: Avenue Saint-Martin, 98000 Monaco.
This museum was established in 1910 with variety collections of marine species. You can find morethan 4000 species of fished itself from here and other marine lives are sharks, turtles, shellfish, animal skeleton etc. It was founded by a sea captain named Prince Albert I and considered as the best marine museum in Europe.
Address: Place du Casino, 98000 Monaco.
This is a famous Casino in Europe which was built in 1893 and attracts visitors with its flamboyant Beaux Arts style. This building was designed by renowned architect Charles Garnier. This casino houses opera and ballet performances and variety of gaming rooms with several attractive themes etc.
Address: 98015 Monaco.
The beautiful palace is associated with the Grimaldi family as their Royal residence. Currently this is the residence of Prince Albert II and you can visit this palace when the prince is not here. The attractive facts about this Palace are Italian modeled galleries, ornate Throne Room, Palatine Chapel, blue room, Carabiniers ceremonies etc.
Address: Quai des Sanbarbani, 98000 Mónaco/Monte Carlo, Monaco.
This is one of the oldest harbors in Europe where you can find luxurious yachts which is located at the base of Monaco�s famous blustery cliffs. You can find the Prince�s main Yacht over here and yachts of rich families of Monaco. This port can accommodate around 500 vessels; also you can enjoy surrounding natural beauty.
Address: 62 Boulevard du Jardin Exotique, 98000 Monaco.
If you are a nature and plant lover, you can visit this garden which is situated on the side of a cliff. It attracts visitors with rare species of plants and cactus. There is an attractive underground cave in this garden and you can see morethan 1000 species of plants from here.
Address: Avenue de la Quarantaine, 98000 Monaco.
This was an 18th century military base in ancient days and presently attracts visitors with a small amphitheater which hosts open-air plays in summer days. It has a seating capacity of 350 persons in a semi-circular arrangement. It is situated on the edge of Le Rocher, so you can enjoy a performance by enjoying natural beauty.
Address: Boulevard Albert 1er, 98000 Monaco.
Don�t miss to watch a race at Formula One Monaco Grand Prix when you are in Monaco. It conducts during in the last week of May on the streets of Monaco which starts from Boulevard Albert 1 up toward Monte � Carlo Fairmont Hotel. It attracts millions of visitors every year.
Address: Terrasses de Fontvieille, niveau 2, Avenue Albert II, 98000 Monaco.
This museum was established in 1990 where you can find collections of morethan 250 ship models. Prince Rainier III donated most of his collections to this museum from his private collections. Popular attarctions are models of Titanic, Nimitz, Roman ships, Viking long boats of ancient days etc from here.