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  • Flights from Greece to Monaco

    Stretching at an area of just 2 square kilometres, this miniature-country comes first in size only compared to the Vatican City! What Monaco lacks in size though, it makes up for character and style. Radiant Monaco, an indispensable member of the French Riviera, steadily keeps captivating tourists and travellers, almost effortlessly. A top travel destination and well-known as a tax haven, Monaco boasts to be Europe’s Las Vegas – minus the cheekiness, plus generous amounts of elegant charm. The ambitious, the dreamers and the luxury-lovers are usually those who search for cheap flights to Monaco; some of them head straight to Monte Carlo’s casino, others towards the glamourous sunny coast of Côte d'Azur. What would you choose once you’ve booked your hotel in Monaco? Make your dream come true, travel to Monaco and find out what it’s like to be a superstar!


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    Information about Monaco

    The history of Monaco is linked to the Grimaldi name, since this is the House historically governing Monaco, ever since 1297. The Principality of Monaco was declared an independent sovereign city-state and a micro-state. Five years later, the casino of Monte Carlo was founded and a new era of the French Riviera just began.


    Monaco, tiny as it is, is the world’s most densely-populated country – a Principality, to be precise, holding a quite unusual status; Monaco takes part in the E.U. border regulations and has adopted the Euro currency, without though being actually a E.U. member.

    Monaco’s radiant beauty is a solid fact, however the largest percentage of visitors are attracted by Monte Carlo’s casino. Monaco, in the end, is a place that you either love or hate; one thing is sure: Monaco leaves no one indifferent!

    Sound interesting? Make the decision, book those air tickets to Monaco and see which category you fall into!

    Airport

    Monaco is served by the airport of Nice (Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur), located 32 kilometres from Monaco. The airport is accessible by bus and railway, but there are also connecting flights from the airport to Monaco’s heliport (Héliport de Monaco).

    Getting around Monaco

    You can get around Monaco by bus (La Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco – CAM – 6 lines) and railway. Fares start at 1.50€ and minimum taxi fare costs 4.15€.

    Monaco Guide

    The Old Town of Monaco (Monaco Ville), the so-called “Rock” (Le Rocher) holds a strategic location at the top of a hill 60 metres above sea-level. This is where the House of Grimaldi chose as their royal seat, converting a 13th-century castle to a palace (Palais Princier de Monaco).

    Today the palace is guarded by the Palace Guard, but you can join one of the daily organised tours to explore the interior. Highlights include the Throne Room, the Mirror Gallery and the Mazarin Room.


    The Palace and the whole state of Monaco would not be the same if it hadn’t been for Prince Rainier III who is responsible for the restoration and renovation of them both. Prince Rainier III was married to the much-loved American actress Grace Kelly; her contribution was priceless and her premature death due to a car accident in 1982 shocked everyone around the globe.
    • The Cathedral of Monaco (Cathédrale de Monaco) was built in 1911 and is famous as the burying place of Grace Kelly and many royal member of the House of Grimaldi – Rainier III’s as well.

    • The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (Musée Océanographique de Monaco) boasts exceptional collections of Mediterranean, tropical and subtropical marine species, a wide variety of fish and a gigantic Shark Lagoon – an aquarium 6 metres deep, containing 450,000 litres of sea water and an immense range of sharks and other predators!

    Continue towards the port, where Monte Carlo, capital of Monaco, is situated.

    A legendary cosmopolitan resort of the aristocracy of the past, Monte Carlo still attracts the upper social and economic classes of this world. The city’s focal point is none other than the Casino of Monte Carlo, an imposing and elegant building dating back to 1910.

    If you enjoy the occasional thrill of taking a risk and you don’t bother losing a small – or a larger – part of your travel budget, or if you just feel lucky and you have decided that this is the time for you to change your destiny, you can pay a visit; but please be careful, as gambling is highly addictive.

    Even if you don’t have the means to support this kind of lifestyle, you could always visit the Casino as a tourist attraction and take dozens of pictures where some of the greatest film productions were ever made.

    The official language of Monaco is French.



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