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Tours in Monaco starting from $2,147

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Monaco Tours

Since the 1870s, the Monaco citizens have enjoyed a tax-free lifestyle.

Monaco is the second-smallest independent state in the world.

Travellers who want to visit Monaco have to travel by train, helicopter or yacht. There are no airplane ports in Monaco.

Three of the James Bond Films: Casino Royal, Golden Eye, and Never Say Never Again, were filmed in Monaco.

There is only one university in Monaco which is called the International University of Monaco.

Why go on a Monaco Tour?

As a renowned playground of the rich and famous, Monaco tours offer travellers an exclusive taste of class and luxury. Begin your Monaco tour by signing up for an excursion to nearby Nice, capital of the French Riviera, whose dramatic landscape and natural beauty makes for a great introduction to your European experience. After, marvel at the glamorous features of Monte Carlo. Home to the celebrated Monte Carlo Casino, this place evokes a magical dream world for people of all ages. Visit the Cathedral of Monaco and admire the amount of detail placed on both its interior and exterior design. Explore Monaco at night and drop by the world-famous nightclub, Jimmy’z, which has drawn the attention of the likes of Bono and George Clooney. For a laid-back vibe, travel to Monaco-Ville also known as the Old city. This is where you will find the Prince’s Palace and Prince Albert’s official residence. Here, you will be dazzled and amazed at each turn as you discover the rich history of the Grimaldis.

When is the best time to go?

The best time to go on a Monaco tour is in the spring or fall, from March to May and in October. Various events take place in the area around this time, making it an even more exiting destination. The special features are as follows: The Monaco Run (March), Rose Ball (March), Monte Carlo Spring Arts Festival (March- April), Monte Carlo Rolex Masters (April), and Formula One: French Grand Prix (May). On the other hand, this getaway loses some of its luster between November and March. Monaco is busiest during the summer. This is when beaches are packed and waiting times for restaurants get extensive.

During fall, the weather in Monaco averages between 15C and 21C. Winter in Monaco is typically around 5C. While during the summer, Monaco temperatures range between 22C and 26C, with humidity at around 75%.

What are you waiting for? Let one glamorous adventure begin by contacting a travel agent who’s been there before!