Day Trip in Monte Carlo

Hey all, hope you’re all having a wonderful Easter! With all this lovely weather, I wishing I wasn’t hid away in my room revising for exams, but hey ho, summer is coming. Here’s me reminiscing about my day trip to Monte Carlo, and the top places to visit.

Casino de Monte-Carlo

  • opened in 1863
  • famously asscociated with James Bond
  • Entry is 17 Euros to visit inside

 

Princes Palace

  • Built in 1191
  • Today the palace is home to Prince Rainier’s son and successor, Prince Albert II

 

 

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Port Hercules

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Sainte-Dévote Chapel

  • Restored in the 1600s

Saint-Charles Church, Monaco

  • Opened in 1883

Grand Prix Track

  • Seasonal of course, at the time I went they were still building the stands

 

 

 

The Cars Collection of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco

  • Nearly 100 cars
  • Collection began in the 1950s

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The wonderful views:

 

 

 

 

Even though the weather was a disappointment, I completely love the city. Have you ever been to Monte Carlo? Would you like to go?

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6 thoughts on “Day Trip in Monte Carlo

  1. I have never bern to Monte Carlo however it looks really special. So much to do from what you have described!
    Thank you for sharing with us.
    Alyssa
    THESACREDSPACEAP.COM

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