Tour I – Monaco

Tour I - Monaco - Duration 6 hrs

Start at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, which is part of the Monte-Carlo casino. From here, enjoy a spectacular taste of Monaco as you arrive through the winding streets at Jardin Exotique, opened in 1933. Take advantage of photo opportunities as the garden is set on a cliffside and features many succulent plants, originally from the south-western parts of the United States and Mexico. 

From here, pass by the famous port area and along the coastal road to the Musée Oceanographique, styled in classic baroque architecture. Learn about many of the 4,000 species of fish in this beautiful environment. Pass through the views of port de fontvielle as you approach the official residence of the sovereign prince of Monaco. 

Built originally in 1191, it still remains a fully working palace and the state rooms are open from April 2nd 2019 – October 15th 2019. After a short drive, visit Prince Rainier III’s collection of vintage cars, some having featured in the Monaco Grand Prix. 

 

Finish your tour of Monaco with a serene trip to the Princess Grace Rose Garden, to experience over 150 different varieties of roses.Start at the Opéra de Monte-Carlo, which is part of the Monte-Carlo casino.

From here, pass by the famous port area and along the coastal road to the Musée Oceanographique, styled in classic baroque architecture. Learn about many of the 4,000 species of fish in this beautiful environment. 

Pass through the views of port de fontvielle as you approach the official residence of the sovereign prince of Monaco. Built originally in 1191, it still remains a fully working palace and the state rooms are open from April 2nd 2019 – October 15th 2019. 

 

After a short drive, visit Prince Rainier III’s collection of vintage cars, some having featured in the Monaco Grand Prix. Finish your tour of Monaco with a serene trip to the Princess Grace Rose Garden, to experience over 150 different varieties of roses.