During our visit in Nice, France we traveled to Monaco. We took the train (“Nice Ville” to “Monaco Monte Carlo”). It is fast (22 min.) and demonstrably easy it costs 3.90 €

There are about 2 regional trains per hour (during the day), according to SNCF. A good thing is that the trains run much later; the latter departs from Nice 22:25 and from Monaco 23:12 (on weekdays)

Jardin Exotique de Monaco

This exotic garden of Monaco is a popular place to walk or enjoy the view. This botanical garden was set up by Prince Albert I and has existed since 1933. The garden is famous for its succulents, including many cacti. Under garden is a large underground cave with many stalagmites and stalactites. Scholars have found in the cave remains of people who lived here in prehistoric times.

Visit The Cathedral of Monaco

This Cathadral is famous because, among other things, the film star Grace Kelly is buried here. She was the wife of Prince Rainier III of Monaco, who is also buried in the cathedral. Kelly died on September 14, 1982 in La Turbie. Grace Kelly died on 14 September 1982 in La Turbie.The cathedral is built in neo-Romanesque-Byzantine style. The cathedral stands on the foundations of an older church from 1251.

Visit the Monaco Top Cars Collection

The princes of Monaco are themselves avid car collectors. This museum displays a collection of about 100 cars from the most expensive brands such as Mercedes, Jaguar, Rolls Royce and Maserati. But also older models such as T-Ford’s and especially many French brands, which no longer exist. My son absolutely loved it! The museum was extremely big and luxurious. Check the post about the museum on my instagram.

Address ; 1 Quai Albert 1er, 98000 Monaco

Adults: 8 €
Children from 6 to 17 years: 4 €
Students: 4 €

See the expensive boats in Monaco harbor

Take a look at the harbor in the port of Monaco and you will find a lot of overpriced boats.. There are more places where you can marvel at wealth. At the Hotel de Paris you will always find brand new sports cars waiting in a row for their owner. In addition, you can watch people (and cars) on the terrace of Cafe de Paris, this café belongs to the public part of the famous Casino.

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