Start the Monaco sightseeing from the first stop, i.e., Monte Carlo. An important thing to note here for the visitors coming by cruise is they can start the trip from the cruise terminal itself or take the Bateau bus across the Monaco harbor to start from Monate Carlo. Monte Carlo is a highland looking straight towards the Mediterranean. Stuck between the Alps and gothic French villages, Monte Carlo is a stunner. Most of the wealthy people visit this place for the Casino, Known as the Casino de Monte Carlo. There is more to the place than just a casino. One can also pump up the adrenaline at May’s Formula 1 Grand Prix. Visit the Larvotto Beach for some good use of the sun and also take the experience of world-class opera in Monte Carlo. Monaco becomes a little hard to navigate and explore with fewer taxis and other public transportations. Thus, city sightseeing bus tour is the best option.
Visit the famous gardens of Monaco. The peaceful Japanese Garden, Exotic Garden and Princess Grace Botanical. Walking around these gardens is very relaxing. Shopping is a good option for the next Hop Off bus stop. Monaco is famous for exquisite Shopping boutiques too. Take back a few good memories and souvenirs from the shopping experience. Next Hop On and Hop Off at the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco. A fascinating place to visit in Monaco, especially if you are a Marine Lover. The Aquarium at the basement displays the Mediterranean and tropical aquatic life. The building is a part of the Oceanographic Institute. Continuing with the trip, visit the Place du Palais, the official stay of the Sovereign Prince of Monaco. This palace was built in 1191 as a part of The Republic Of Genoa.
With a minimal area, Monaco is the most densely populated sovereign state in the world. Enjoy the sightseeing of the beautiful Mediterranean country in open roof double decker regular interval buses.
1. Bateau Bus, 2. Jardin Japonais, 3. Sporting, 4. Villa Sauber, 5. Monte-Carlo Casino, 6. Grimaldi / SNCF, 7. Place du Palais, 8. Musée Océanographique, 9. Roseraie Princesse Grace, 10. Stade Louis II, 11. Princesse Stéphanie (Rascasse), T. Digue Croisières