The worlds second smallest country is packed full of interesting attractions. To some people, Monaco is but a day trip but we do not believe that a person can get experience Monaco in such short time. As even being one of the world’s smallest country its culture, entertainment, sites and attractions are world class.

5 Reason to visit Monaco

#1           Casino de Monte-Carlo
Monaco boasts one of the world’s most beautiful and famous casinos. Its doors open at 2 pm every day and they have guided tours through the building between 9 am and 12 pm each day.
Take a step back in time as you walk through the doors into a historic casino which offers both the European and American style games.  Has places to eat and a theatre plus magnificent views of the Riviera. This casino attracts people from all over the world and you never know who you may bump into, just like if you go to rent a Maserati in Dubai!

#2           The Oceanographic Museum
The building of the Oceanographic Museum is a site to see in itself as it is has been built on the side of a rock it has stood watch over the sea for more than a century having been opened by Price Albert I on the 29 March 1910.

This great monument is known as the “Temple of the Sea” and brings about feelings of being in Neptune’s palace as you wander is halls lost in the realm of the ocean and its creatures as you get swept away in this unique wonderland of sea creatures.  This is a truly wonderful experience one is not to miss and should go early enough to be able to take it all in, especially when you visit the Apex offices.

#3           Monaco Grand Prix
in May every year, Monaco closes off some of its streets to host the Formula One Grand Prix.  This is a most spectacular event to see as the drivers take on one of the Grand Prix’s most grueling and challenging tracks.
So grab a picnic basket and get to one of the many perches throughout the city for a day of spectacular racing and city celebrations as cars fly along the treacherously winding streets of Monaco.

#4           Monaco Vintage Car Collection
This collection of vintage cars belongs to the H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco and it is open to the public for viewing. You can also rent luxury cars from There is a collection of over a hundred various vehicles from varying ages from the glass-topped car that carried Prince Albert and his South African bride Charlene Wittstock from their glamorous wedding to carriages that belonged to former sovereigns of the country.
A must to see even for non-car-enthusiasts this is quite the experience.

#5           Hotel de Paris Monte Carlos legendary wine cellar
This hotel boasts one of the largest wine cellars in the world hidden beneath the hotel.
It holds over 500,000 bottles of wine some of which hold price tags such as “priceless”, this exclusive cellar has seen some royal celebrations and services a lot of the restaurants throughout Monaco.


When planning your trip to Monaco always check with your travel agents and any local tourist information centers as sometimes some venues may not be available for various reasons.