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This is one of the favourite locations for residents of Monaco especially for your Sunday morning coffee.   The square holds an outdoor food market every morning from 7am until 12.30 pm.  The produce comes from small farm holders along the coast. Surrounding the market you will find individual cafes offering Italian, French and European food. There is also an indoor market with just as much atmosphere, especially in the heat of the day it’s a blessing to sit inside! 

Casino Monte-Carlo

The famous Monte Carlo Casino was built in 1863 and was created around an atrium surrounded by 28 onyx columns. Behind lies the Salle Garnier, an Italian theatre decorated in crimson and gold and a miniature replica of Paris’ famous opera house, the Palais Garnier.Each year the most amazing operas are staged. Further inside the gaming rooms are marvellously decorated with stained glass windows, sculptures, and unique allegorical paintings.

Monaco ville (the Rock)

Explore Monaco’s historic old town with its medieval alleys leading to iconic sites like Place Saint Nicolas and the Cathedral, built in a Roman-Byzantine style in 1875. Don’t miss the daily changing of the guard at 11:55 am at Place du Palais. The Princely Palace showcases Renaissance art and architecture, including the Main Courtyard’s Carrara marble staircase. Visit the Museum of the Chapel of Visitation for Baroque sacred art. Enjoy panoramic views from Place du Palais and discover marine wonders at the Oceanographic Museum, before taking the “Azur Express” tourist train for a comprehensive tour of Monaco’s landmarks.

jadrdin exotique

Jardin Exotique is mostly a residential area.  Its one the gateways into Monaco and you will find one of the main entrances to the Monaco train station.  


A popular tourist attraction are the exotique gardens. Buses stop outside the entrance.


You will find Monaco’s main hospital here called the Princess Grace Hospital, with an accident and emergency department clearly sign posted.


The views are spectacular from Jardin Exotique.


Fontvieille, a district in Monaco, was created from reclaimed sea using advanced technology, focusing on high-tech and eco-friendly industries. It features the Esplanade Prince Rainer III museum with a stamp and coin collection, the Naval Museum with ship models and maritime artifacts, and the Stade Louis-II sports complex. The area is known for its Sculpture Path with modern artworks, the Rose Garden dedicated to Princess Grace, and a children’s play area. Fontvieille also houses the Prince’s vintage car collection and various amenities like cafes and shops.


Larvotto Beach, located off Avenue Princess Grace, is a beautiful man-made lagoon bordered by beachside restaurants, offering a haven for various fish species. Nearby, the Grimaldi Forum serves as a prominent conference and event center, with the serene Japanese Gardens and the historic National Museum Villa Sauber, a Belle Epoque style villa with an enigmatic history, adding cultural depth to the area. The Western Garden, designed by Yasuo Beppu, showcases an artful blend of stone, plants, and water over 7,000 m², open from 9 am to sunset.