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Attractions

"Monaco-Tours" Tourist Train

These little red & white trains make daily journeys with commentaries in 10 languages. Hop aboard to discover Monaco's Port, Monte-Carlo, the world-famous Casino and gardens, the Old Town, City Hall and finally the Prince's Palace. Duration of ride: 30 minutes More Info

Café de Paris

Café de Paris

Monaco's premier "see and be seen" spot, the Café de Paris is close to the Casino and the Hôtel de Paris. Its international menu features daily specials and long-time favorites: Steak Tartare & fresh oysters in season. Open daily. More Info

Casino Gardens and Terraces

Casino Gardens and Terraces

Opposite the Casino are magnificent flowerbeds and carefully tended lawns interspersed with ponds. Behind the Casino and facing the sea, are pretty gardens and sunny terraces. A striking multicolored geometrical work by Vasarely decorates the roof of the Convention Center and Auditorium. More Info

Church of Mercy

Church of Mercy

Located on the Place de la Mairie (in the Old Town) and built in 1639, this historic chapel was the seat of the Brotherhood of Black Penitents, whose first Prior was Prince Honoré II. More Info

Church of Saint-Charles

Church of Saint-Charles

This French Renaissance-style Cathedral opened in 1883 and is the resting place of the Princes of Monaco and Princess Grace. It features a 108ft bell-tower, 19 stained glass windows to light the nave and gilded chandeliers from the former armory of the Prince's Palace (now the Throne Room). More Info

Church of Sainte Dévote

Church of Sainte Dévote

This votive chapel dedicated to the Patron Saint of the Principality, the Prince and his family was built in the 11th century in the Vallon des Gaumates, where legend says a frail skiff carrying the Saint sank in the 4th century. More Info

Condamine Market

Condamine Market

The Market of Monaco first opened its doors in 1880. Today's (covered) market place on the Place d'Armes, is a modern building, featuring fresh seasonal produce and nearby car-park. The rue Princesse-Caroline pedestrian mall is just a few steps away. The market takes place every day from 6:00AM to 2:00PM. More Info

Exotic Garden

Exotic Garden

One of Monaco's finest tourist attractions, this magical garden containing 3000+ succulent plant varieties, opened in 1933 and is dramatically landscaped on the rock-face. Open daily, except November 19 and December 25. More Info

Fontvieille Park

Fontvieille Park

This magnificent park covers an area of nearly 4 hectares and contains a multitude of green plants and shrubs from all over the world, surrounding a charming little fresh-water pond inhabited by ducks and swans. More Info