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Things to do in Monaco

Le Rocher

Le Rocher is the old town of ​Monaco (it is also called Monaco-Ville). There are many charming little streets, full of ice cream and souvenir shops which are really worth having a look at (​t-shirts​caps​magnets, cups, etc…). And as per enchantment, all these narrow pedestrian streets lead you to the ​Prince’s Palace (see further below).  

Monte-Carlo Casino

To gamble or just watch the ​Casino is the perfect place. Visiting the marble and ​gold casino of Monte Carlo is a unique experience and a must when you come to Monaco. If you are with kids, note that they won’t be allowed to get in! You have to be 18 to enter the ​Casino! Slot machines, black jack....test your luck!!!

Helicopter Tour

If you want to live an unforgettable experience, we recommend the ​helicopter tour from Monaco’s Heliport. You will be able to see ​Monaco’s greatest attractions from the sky. For more information, visit :

Prince's Palace of Monaco

The ​palace is the official residence of the Prince of Monaco. The Palace is kept by the "​Carabiniers du Prince" (the Guards of the Prince). The changing of the guard is a must see. It takes place every day at 11:55AM, precisely. Don't miss it!

New National Museum of Monaco - Villa Sauber / Villa Paloma 

The ​New National Museum of Monaco (also called the NMNM) is divided in two locations : Villa Sauber and Villa Paloma. These two places offer annually two exhibitions. The aim of Villa Sauber and Villa Paloma is to highlight Monaco’s heritage. Come and take a look at the finest contemporary art collection ! 

Useful Tips


Open every day 

●October 1st – May 31st : 10am – 6pm 

●June 1st – September 30th : 11am – 7pm 

●Closed on : January 1st, May 1st, The Grand Prix week, November 19th, December 25th as well as periods used to set up the exhibitions. 

Entrance rates 

●Full price ticket (Villa Sauber + Villa Paloma) : 6 € 

●Groups (minimum 15 people) : 4 € 

●Combined ticket for NMNM / Exotic Garden / Anthropological Museum: 10€ 

●First Sunday of each month : Free 

●Under 26 years old, scholar groups and groups of children, Monégasque citizens, members of the Association des Amis du NMNM, ICOM and CIMAM members, job seekers upon presentation of documentary evidence, disabled : Free.

Exotic Gardens and the Observation Cave

This ​garden gather several million species of ​cactus, also known as succulents. It was opened in 1933, today it is famous worldwide. In addition to that, 60 meters below the garden, there is a Prehistoric observation cave which holds amazing stalactites. Click ​here to see the map.
Useful Tips : 
Open everyday except November 19th (National Day) and December 25th. 
●January : 9am – 5pm 
●February to April : 9am – 6pm 
●May to September : 9am – 7pm 
●October : 9am – 6pm 
●November-December : 9am – 5pm 
Entrance rates
A ticket allows you to visit the Exotic Garden, the Observatory Cave and the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology. 
●Adults : 7,20 € 
 ●Children (6-18 years) + Students : 3,80 € 
 ●Senior (65 years +) : 5,50 € 
●Scholar and groups : price on request. 
●Dogs (of all sizes) are not allowed to the Garden, a free kennel is at your disposal. 
Access Boulevard du Jardin Exotique 
Tel. +377 93 15 29 80 
E.mail : 

Café de Paris, Place du Casino

"La Brasserie 1900"— better known as ​Café de Paris offers the usual classics (shellfish, steak tartare, matchstick frites, and fish boned table-side). Delicious, super-pro waiters fawn gracefully over jet-setters, and tourists alike. It is open everyday, beginning at 8 am, there's good hot food until 2 am. To claim "I've been there," grab a chair outside in the Place du Casino, order an €8 coke or €15 sundae and sit back to watch the show. (Click here to see the ​menu).


In the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo (right next to the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel), ​Jimmy’z has been the place to be for the last 30 years in ​Monaco ! Year after year, and today more than never, Jimmy’z continues to enchant our international jet-set customers. We recommend you to book in advance to be sure to get in, otherwise you can always take a chance and ask directly at the entrance ! Take the opportunity to wear your nicest dress (or suit for men) !

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