You will be dazzled and amazed at each turn, at the heart of the City of Princes. From the old town, a veritable open air museum, to the Place du Casino, unique in the world, discover the history of the Grimaldis.
A modern town, Monaco has extended its territory by reclaiming land from the sea; do not miss the Fontvieille district rising up from the water, where technology sits side by side with art. Immerse yourself in the heart of the teeming town by strolling around the typical market of la Condamine and discover the Moneghetti area.
Fort Antoine Theatre, Monaco
The fortress was built at the beginning of the 18th century and now it serves as an outdoor theatre with a capacity of 350 visitors. With the exception of performances the admission is free.
Casino Garden, Monaco
It stretches in front of the Casino. It is a well-maintained garden with ponds and fountains. Free entrance!
Fontvieille Park, Monaco
A beautiful park with fresh-water pond, several plants, ducks and swans and an ideal place to relax. Free entry!
Princess Grace Rose Garden, Monaco
The park is situated close to the Fontvieille Park and was opened in 1984.
Exhibition of H.S.H. The Prince of Monaco’s Private Collection of Classic Cars
The museum can be found in Fontvieille.
Museum of Napoleonic Souvenirs and Collection of the Palace’s Historic Archives, Monaco
The museum shows the history of the principality, objects, and documents belonging to Napoleon.
National Museum of Automatons and Doll of Yesteryear, Monaco
A marvellous collection of dolls, costumes and little pieces of furniture of the 19th century.
Wax Museum of the Princes of Monaco
The museum shows the history of the Grimaldi family from the 13th century to the present days.
Marlborough Gallery, Monaco
The gallery can be found at Quai Antonie. The first exhibition was opened in 1947 and now it hosts the works of post-war artists