What to see in Monaco

The Côte d'Azur is not only Cannes and Nice, but also the incomparable, unforgettable Monaco. This is where a lot of people come to take advantage of the transfer service to Monaco. A select mini state and a beautiful city, Monaco is located on the Mediterranean coast. It borders France and is a paradise on earth. There is a lot to see and do here. A mass of attractions, from cultural specimens to historical monuments, incredible sculpture and fanciful architecture.

All this is complemented by white-sand beaches, azure lagoons and magical diving. And then there are the gambling pleasures - tempting casinos, sporting events such as Formula 1 car racing, sailing regattas and football duels. Even opera fans can look forward to fulfilling their cherished dreams. The doors of Monaco's world-famous opera house, the Opera de Monte-Carlo, are open to them. Museum-goers won't be bored either, as there are enough museums to satiate their curiosity and excitement.

Preferred places to visit
There are more than enough places like this in Monaco. To get there in time, the best option is to book a taxi in Monaco. Comfort, mobility and safety are guaranteed! However, it is worth visiting the Cathedral of Saint Nicholas and the Church of Saint Devotee first. As these places of worship offer the opportunity to enjoy their external splendour, and the equally skilful interior decoration. The legendary Princely Palace is, of course, on the must-see list. As both the residence of the Princes of Monaco of the Grimaldi family, it always draws the attention of visitors.

And for good reason indeed. The delightful salons of Louis XV, Cardinal Mazarini and the throne room, whose exquisite exhibits never fail to impress. With such a backdrop it is a good idea to take selfies and ponder the perishable nature of all things. There is also the Italian Gallery. The museums of oceanology, antique cars and dolls are particularly popular, as they have become something of a highlight. For dessert, save some time for the Botanical Gardens and the famous Princess Grace Kelly Rose Garden.