The fee will probably be between: 65-100 Euros. Taxis that provide this transportation usually take 3 passengers. If you prefer train, you can reach Monaco city in 25 minutes by the train departing from Nice city every half hour.
If you prefer buses, this time you can take the buses that depart every hour from the “Gare Routier” in Nice city. I suggest you prefer the train (although it costs a little more) instead of the bus.
The first things that come to mind when talking about Monaco are the casino, the palace, the cathedral and the Oşigographical museum. However: I have to remind you that they are looking for suitable clothes for both cathedrals and Casinos. So, they don’t let them in with sportswear.
If you come to the city by touristic bus or private vehicle: you can visit the city by using elevators and escalators embedded in the rocks.
If you came here by train or bus from Nice; You can reach the old city by the stairs climbing the rocky area or by the municipal bus.
In the old city, a magnificent view of the city and the harbor and the Prince’s Palace await you. Palace: When you come to this city, one of the places you should visit is that you should definitely visit the Maritime Museum; the founder and director of this museum for many years, a familiar, familiar person, Custo. One final note: if you want to enter the casinos and the cathedral, remember that there is a dress code, shorts and sleeveless tops are forbidden for the cathedral, and for casinos you need a proper dress and shoes.
These fun tourist trains make daily tours in the city. During these tours, they visit many touristic places of the city. The tour takes about 30 minutes. Boarding this train costs 7 Euros per person.
When you reach the city, you get a city map from the nearest tourism office, and after reading what is written below, you mark the places that interest you on the map and organize a travel route that suits you. My suggestion: You should especially visit the “Palais des Princes, Musee Oceanographique, Casinos section and film festival hall”.
The palace where “Prince Albert II” lived: is here. Here: it is possible to see everywhere by wandering among the beautiful gardens.
This is the official residence of the royal family. You can visit the palace for a fee. But you have to wait in long lines. Even if you can’t get inside, I suggest you watch the Changing Ceremony of the Palace Guard at 11:55 every day, it’s an interesting ceremony. These are called “Carabiniers” and are solely responsible for the safety of the “Prince”. They also have a military band. This band gives concerts at international music festivals, public days and sports events.
It was built by the Genoese in 1215, and over the centuries the Louise XIV style has been transformed into one of the most luxurious residences. Prince Honore II. During the period, a hospital for the Italian army was added to the Palace. The palace, which remained closed after the French revolution, was restored to its former glory during the reign of Prince Rainer III.
On the walls of the gallery: frescoes of mythological figures made by the Genoese artist Orazio Ferrari in the 16th and 17th centuries are seen.