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    This property is VueVerified! We have been here and the real photo above was captured by our team. Since 1910, visitors have been going to the Monaco Aquarium, officially known as Oceanographic Museum, took 11 years to construct the building using 100,000 tons of stone. The work of Prince Albert I is showcased on one […]

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    The prestigious track is set in the opulent city-state near the south of France [Photo by Aguri Suzuki from flickr] The end of May is Grand Prix time in Monaco, and numerous locations offer viewing specials. In particular, make sure to check out the rooftop locations near the finish line for outstanding locations to watch […]

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    [Photo by Paul Wilkinson] The Casino De Monte Carlo is one of the most famous casinos in the world. The casino originally opened in 1854 as a temporary measure to save the House of Grimaldi from bankruptcy. Pope Leo XIII was among the investors in the early venture that experienced several unpopular years. While drawing […]

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    [Photo by Niels Mickers on flickr] This smaller port in Monaco offers a combination of tranquility and beauty. Port de Fontvieille is one of the most protected ports in the world. Large rocks naturally protect the port from east winds, while the sea wall protects the area from the south and west winds. The port […]

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    [Photo by Gary Bembridge on flickr] Located just one short flight of stairs from the Monte Carlo Casino, the Hotel de Paris is a charming hotel filled with low relief sculptures, marble colonnades, and crystal chandeliers. The natural rock wine room is one of the best-stocked wine cellars in the world. For over 25 years, […]

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    [Photo by Steve Collis on flickr] Escape the crowds with a trip to the Japanese Gardens in Monaco. Yasuo Beppu designed this garden to be a miniature representation of Shintoist philosophy by including a stylized mountain, hill, brook, beach, and waterfall. Spend time meditating in the beautiful Zen garden. The 7 hectares park is located […]

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    [Photo by Hans Põldoja on flickr] Officially, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Immaculée, Saint Nicholas Cathedral is the burial place of many Grimaldi including Grace Kelly. The cathedral, constructed in 1875, stands on the site of the first church in Monaco. Worshipers have been coming to this site since 1275. When visiting the Le Turbie white stone cathedral […]

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    [Photo by Pedro Szekely on flickr] The Quartier Du Port is an amazing place to shop, people watch, and explore the architecture. Most shops on this street have apartments located above them. Pay particular attention to the balconies and stone facades. Workers constructed many of these buildings before Morocco became independent and the architecture reflects […]