Monaco

Resident or visiting French Riviera does not miss a jump in Monaco. Although this tiny" city-state "worth the trip. Contrary to some believe, Monaco does not belong to France, it is an independent state with the official name of Principality of Monaco. this tiny state is 24 km Nice. It borders in Cap d'Ail, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and Beausoleil. Put yourself in your thirty-one, we go to Monaco. Things to see and do in Monaco: The Principality of Monaco is very small, it can be visited in one day, so if you do not plan to spend all your stay can program a Monegasque day it will be good enough to roam up and down wide, with the program of the visit: - Prince's Palace of Monaco: if you want to dive into the Monegasque princely life be sure to visit the Prince's Palace of Monaco. It was built in 1911. The palace is located in the hills above Monaco, with a stunning view over the Rock. Visitors have access to part of the palace whose Flats, where they will find the Red Room a beautiful living room decorated in a Louis XV style, the York House, the Yellow Salon, the House Louis XV, the Officers' Lounge, the Blue Room which are held "official functions", to name a few. Car enthusiasts will surely surely not discover the car collection of Prince Rainier III that no fewer than 100 vehicles. And finally visit your beauty go to museum Palace: Museum of Napoleonic Souvenirs and the Palace Archives. Address: Palace of PI, the State Apartments of the Palace, Monaco-Ville - Tel: +377 93 25 18 31 - Visiting hours: daily from 10am to 18pm. Closed from November 1 to April 1. - Monte-Carlo Opera Salle Garnier also called deserves your attention. Its construction dates back to 1879. Right next to the Opera House you have the Casino de Monte-Car




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