23-25 June 2011
- 23-25 June 2011
Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium: Avenue Saint-Martin. This is one of the oldest and most famous aquariums of the whole world. With more than 650 species, there is no doubt you will really enjoy your visit. The sharks’ lagoon particularly raises visitors’ amazement. Monte-Carlo’s
Casino: after at least a glance inside this legendary building, you should spend some time strolling around the shops surrounding the Casino. The most popular fashion brands and the most prestigious jewelers are gathered in the «Golden Square ». Be James Bond for an hour or two in thisamazing place. The Prince’s palace of Monaco on top of the
Rock: The Prince’s Palace is an unavoidable visit when you are in Monaco. Lined with batteries of canons cast during the reign of Louis XIV, the Place du Palais offers a unique panoramic view overlooking the Port and Monte-Carlo as well as Fontvieille and Cap d’Ail. If you see a crowd gathered in front of the Palace, come closer: it is the Changing of the Guard performed by the Carabiniers.
The Exotic Garden: 62, Bd du Jardin Exotique, 98000 Monaco. This little paradise arranged along the rock walls offers a remarkable panorama of the Principality and the French and Italian Rivieras. This 11.500m² garden inaugurated in1933 offers an exceptional collection of puzzling and gigantic cactus as well as very rare yet beautiful plants of all kind. This is a great place to stroll and just relax.
Where to eat ?
Le Saint-Benoît: you will taste the finest typicalMediterranean cuisine. Right in themiddle ofMonte-Carlo, looking down on the Harbor, with an incredible view of the Grimaldi’s Rock, this is a place of delight. You can access very easily to it, and will have a really good time, in such a gorgeous setting.
Le Baobab: Avenue Princesse Grace, 98000 Monaco. Phone: +377 93 50 86 90. Experience the finest chic of Monaco’s way of life. In this excellent restaurant, not only will you have an exquisite meal, you will also be treated like the Prince himself.