A daily walk around Monaco
Monaco is a tiny principality, but it's not easy to get to know the country on your own. On our tour you will get the most information and impressions, as well as get your bearings in the city.
- See all the highlights of Monaco on foot and by boat
- See the Casino of Monte Carlo and take a peek into its foyer
- Walk through the streets of the Old Town
- Visit the observation deck for a breathtaking panorama
- Guided tour
Important to know:
- Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance.
- There may be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children. Location and start time of the tour is the same for all participants.
- Along the way there are convenient stops and photo breaks with a favorable angle at the attractions.
- The tour runs every day by the same route (it is marked on the map in the "photo" section).
- At the end of the tour there will be a question and answer session: you can ask the guide any questions about Monaco, discuss the tour and exchange impressions!
- The tour is conducted without headphones
All the highlights of Monaco on foot and by boat
Monaco's most famous attraction is the Monte Carlo Casino, and we'll be sure to take a peek into its lobby. You'll see the luxurious Hôtel de Paris, the Formula 1 circuit, the Oceanographic Museum, the Cathedral and the sleeping Avenue Princess Grace. Walk through the streets of the Old Town and meet the guards guarding the Princely Palace, which has a spectacular panorama of Monaco waiting for you next to it.
To get from one part of the country to another, we'll use the city shuttle. Not only is it convenient (you don't have to walk around the whole port), but it also comes with postcard views of yachts and Monaco!
No boring facts! You will discover the history of the Principality as a fascinating tale with its mysteries. And when we get to the present, you'll get to know the Monegasques: what they live, where they work and rest, what they like and what they eat. And of course you'll get tips on what not to miss, how to play in the casino, where to eat and swim.
About the boat
The excursion is walking, but in the middle of the route we'll drive 5-10 minutes by boat (ticket is extra 2 euros per person, including children of all ages). Twice a year the boat doesn't go because the port is completely closed during the Formula 1 race (usually the last week of May) and the boat show (usually a week in late September or early October). Then we go by bus also 2 euros per person.