The Principality of Monaco is the world’s second smallest country (after the Vatican City), covering an area of just under 2 square kilometres. Known for its glamour and wealth, this destination overlooks the crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean. Being home to the neighbourhood of Monte Carlo and host to the F1 Monaco Grand Prix in May, this destination attracts many prestigious visitors. For those looking for some high-class evening entertainment, why not visit the Monte Carlo Casino which is famous for appearing in several James Bond movies. Showcasing a gold and marble paved atrium, this architectural delight is a prestigious venue, so don’t forget to bring a photo ID and dress formally. If gambling isn’t your scene, take a visit to Café de Paris in the same square where you can gaze at the Monte Carlo Casino and listen to the 

humming engine sounds of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Bentleys, Rolls-Royces, Aston Martins and every other exclusive supercar you can think of. Alternatively, why not visit the rather charming old town of Le Rocher located on the south side of Monaco where you can view the royal palace. Otherwise known as the Palais Princier, this is the former home of Princess Grace and current home of her son, Prince Albert II. For those interested in Royal history, another impressive monument you should visit it the Monaco Cathedral. Built in 1875 using white stones from La Turbie, this 13th century site is where Prince Rainier III and Princess Grace married and houses tombs of the former Princes of Monaco. As you can see, Monaco has a lot to offer its visitors and what it lacks in size, it makes up for in offering.


Otherwise known as Monaco Ville, this charming old town has obtained its originality of small, windy medieval streets. Being home to the Grimaldi dynasty, it also offers the perfect location for those of you seeking a historic experience. If you are interested in art, keep an eye out for Dutch artist Kees Verkade's statue of the late Prince Rainier.

Palais Princier de Monaco

This 13th Century palace is situated at the top of Le Rocher, and is the private residence of the Grimaldi Family. On this tour you will see some of the royal furniture and priceless artwork which has been collected by the family over many years. This is a very popular excursion, so be sure to check availability and buy tickets in advance.

Collection de Voitures Anciennes

For those car fanatics, Prince Rainier III's private collection of antique cars is only a short walk from the Palace, on the Terrasses de Fontvieille. Since the late 1950's the royal family has collected around 100 cars. Including streamlined and sporty, to classics antiques.