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  • Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo, Place du Casino, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo.
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  • Place du Casino, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo.
  • Brasserie at the Café de Paris at Place du Casino.
  • Café de Paris at Place du Casino with luxury apartment building Le Mirabeau in the background.
  • The NEW Lord Norman Foster-designed clubhouse for the Yacht Club de Monaco. Opened on June 20, 2014.
  • Casino de Monte-Carlo & Hôtel de Paris.
  • Restaurant Le Louis XV–Alain Ducasse at Hôtel de Paris.
  • Le Bar Américain at Hôtel de Paris.
  • Amber Lounge Grand Prix Party Packages.
  • Prince's Palace of Monaco.
  • Grimaldi Forum, 10 Avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Monte-Carlo Beach Club.
  • The Sea Lounge, Monte-Carlo Beach Club.
  • Monte-Carlo Beach Club's olympic-sized swimming pool.
  • Jimmy’z Sporting Monte-Carlo.
  • Billionaire Sunset Lounge at the top terrace of the Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12, avenue des Spélugues.
  • 64th Monaco Red Cross Ball | Bal de la Croix Rouge 2012.
  • Yoshi at Hôtel Metropole, Monte-Carlo. Joël Robuchon's first Japanese restaurant with modern cuisine created by the Japanese chef Takéo Yamazaki.
  • Monaco-Ville | The Rock.
  • Monaco Grand Prix.
  • La Condamine is the second oldest district in Monaco, after Monaco-Ville. It is known for its distinctive wide harbor Port Hercule and moored expensive yachts.
  • Monte Carlo Country Club.
  • Festival du Cirque.
  • Le Méridien Beach Plaza. The only hotel in Monaco with a private beach.
  • Monaco Yacht Show (MYS), La Condamine, Port Hercule, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Oceanographic Museum.
  • Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
  • Inside Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
  • Shopping in Monaco: the 'Carré d'Or' boutiques - the Place du Casino and the neighbouring roads (Avenue Monte-Carlo, Avenue des Beaux Arts, Allées Lumières) with luxury apartment building Le Mirabeau in the background.
  • Yacht Club de Monaco, 16 Quai Antoine 1er, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • The NEW Lord Norman Foster-designed clubhouse for the Yacht Club de Monaco. Opened on June 20, 2014.
  • Jardin Exotique de Monaco, 62 Boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • Principality of Monaco.

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"Alcatraz for millionaires." - Jack Nicholson.

MONACO: The glitter of Cartier and Van Cleef, the perfume of Davidoff and Dior, the harmony of palm trees and palaces, the plenitude of superstars and tycoons, the sensual purr of Lamborghinis and Rolls-Royces: this overture to the comic opera, princely domain of Monaco is not quite as it was once upon a time, when Les Grandes Horizontales vied in splendor with Les Grandes Dames - over whom choleric aristocrats fought duels to the death, and proud gaming-room losers, still in evening dress, threw themselves from the historic cliffs.

This nostalgic mecca of Russian billionaires and millionaires still mesmerizes trend setters from all over the globe, and remains sufficiently formidable to stave off at least some of the Bermuda-shorted iPhone-camera carrying summer hordes who inundate the neighboring land. But the famously painless local tax laws (and the infamously painful ones elsewhere) have wrought changes on the land. A mini-Manhattan of marble towers has risen to displace the wedding-cake pink villas dominant only yesterday. One-armed bandits have invaded the August Casino to compete with leisurely and mysterious chemin de fer. Craps and blackjack are now also at large in the mini-monarchy. When they arrived, a Herald Tribune writer pronounced this the end of civilization as we have know it, and for some aghast aristocrats, this was certainly true.

Nevertheless, brown-toasted budget tourists pale with amazement at the diamond-dripping, indescreet charm of the privileged class on stage against the creamy bonbon backdrops known as the Hôtel de Paris and Casino de Monte-Carlo. It is still a show that exists only here. Monte-Carlo teems with familiar faces and famous names. The popular monarchs appear in public - often at the golf course (like Le Beach, located in roomier France), but never in the casinos. There are fewer unscalable social barriers here than in Paris or Palm Beach. Anyone who has personality and can show it, will soon be welcomed into the international community. (A beautiful face and a handsome income, or vice-versa, are useful.)

MONACO FACTS: officially the Principality of Monaco (French: Principauté de Monaco; Monégasque: Principatu de Múnegu; Italian: Principato di Monaco; Occitan: Principat de Mónegue), is a sovereign city-state, located on the French Riviera in Western Europe. Bordered by France on three sides, with one side bordering the Mediterranean Sea, its center is about 16 km (9.9 mi) from Italy, and is only 13 km (8.1 mi) north east of Nice, France. It has an area of 2.02 km² (0.78 sq mi), and a population of 36,371, making Monaco the second smallest, and the most densely populated country in the world. Monaco has a land border of only 4.4 km (2.7 mi), a coastline of 4.1 km (2.5 mi), and a width that varies between 1.7 km (1.1 mi), and 349 metres (382 yards). The highest point in the country is a narrow pathway named Chemin des Révoires on the slopes of Mont Agel, in the Les Révoires district, which is 161 metres (528 feet) above sea level. Monaco's most populous Quartier is Monte Carlo, and the most populous Ward is Larvotto/Bas Moulins. Monaco is known for its land reclamation, which has increased its size by an estimated 20%. Current land reclamation projects include, extending the district of Fontvieille by 0.08 km² (0.031 sq mi) or 8 ha (19.8 acres).

Monaco is a principality governed under a form of constitutional monarchy, with Prince Albert II as head of state. Even though Prince Albert II is a constitutional monarch, he still has immense political power. The House of Grimaldi have ruled Monaco, with brief interruptions, since 1297. The official language is French, but Monégasque, Italian, and English are widely spoken and understood. The state's sovereignty was officially recognized by the Franco-Monegasque Treaty of 1861, with Monaco becoming a full United Nations voting member in 1993, after much political debate. Despite Monaco's independence and separate foreign policy, its defence is the responsibility of France. However, Monaco does maintain two small military units, totaling 263 officers and men, the Corps des Sapeurs-Pompiers, and the Compagnie des Carabiniers du Prince.

Economic development was spurred in the late 19th century with a railway to France, and the opening of the first casino, Monte Carlo. Since then, the principality's mild climate, splendid scenery, and gambling facilities have made Monaco world-famous as a tourist, and recreation center for the rich and famous. However, in more recent years Monaco has become a major banking center holding over €100 billion worth of funds, and has successfully sought to diversify its economy into the services and small, high-value-added, nonpolluting industries. The state has no income tax, low business taxes, and is well known for being a tax haven. Monaco boasts the world's highest GDP nominal per capita at US$153,177, GDP PPP per capita at US$132,571, and GNI per capita at US$183,150. Monaco also has the world's highest life expectancy at nearly 90 years, and the lowest unemployment rate at 0%, with over 48,000 workers who commute from France and Italy each day. For the fourth year in a row, Monaco in 2012 had the world's most expensive real estate market, at US$58,300 per square metre. According to the CIA World Factbook, Monaco has the world's lowest poverty rate, and the highest number of millionaires and billionaires per capita in the world.

    Bars, Cafés & Lounges
    La Condamine Monte-Carlo
      La Condamine
    • BLACK LEGEND - Quai Albert 1er (Route de la Piscine). "The Night Never Ends."
    • BRASSERIE DE MONACO - "The Place to Beer." 36, route de la Piscine.
    • Stars'N'Bars.
    • Stars'N'Bars - 6, quai Antoine 1er. Has hosted a multitude of film, music and sport legends and boasts one of the best celebrity sports museums in the world.
      Monte-Carlo
    • BAR & BOEUF - the bar section of Alain Ducasse's La Tratorria is designed by Philippe Starck and the whole shebang is located within the luxury of the exclusive Sporting Club.
    • BAR / RESTAURANT DES PALMIERS - open all nightlong at the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo.
    • Blue Gin Bar at Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort, 40, avenue Princesse Grace, MC 98000 Monaco.
    • Blue Gin Bar - at Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel. "The Blue Gin is all about creativity, innovation and moments of pure relaxation." Its unrivalled design, seaside terrace, billiard room and DJ John Lorenz make the Blue Gin a magical place in the Principality that you won’t want to miss.
    • BUDDHA-BAR - at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
    • CAFÉ DE PARIS - on the Place de Casino.
    • CAFÉ LLORCA MONACO - 10, avenue Princesse Grace.
    • COLUMBUS - cocktail bar at Columbus hotel.
    • Crystal Bar - at Hôtel Hermitage. "The beautiful open Crystal Terrace offers a commanding view of the Principality. It is the ideal spot for an aperitif or after dinner liqueur."
    • HORIZON DECK - restaurant & champagne bar at hotel Fairmont. "A 7th heaven with a 360° view over the Principality's legendary Opera House, Prince's Palace, and Casino - against a backdrop of the renowned & Riviera and the azure splendour of the Mediterranean."
    • Le Bar Américain, Hôtel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo.
    • LE BAR AMÉRICAIN - at Hôtel de Paris. Cosy, elegant, low-key ambience, beautiful wood, leather armchairs, soft lighting and windows onto the sea. The 300,000 great vintages on offer make this the largest hotel cellar in the world.
    • LE RESTAURANT DU PORT BAR - this is one spot you'll want to base yourself for the Grand Prix.
    • Life Club Lounge.
    • Life Club - 35, boulevard Louis II, Rond-Point du Portier.
    • MOODS Studio & MUSIC BAR - Place du Casino.
    • SASS CAFÉ - restaurant and piano bar. 11, avenue Princesse Grace.
    • SPORTING MONTE-CARLO - bar, restaurant, concert hall and night club throughout the summer.
    • THE BLUE GIN - at Monte-Carlo Bay hotel. Marine ambiance and a view of the sea for this spacious lounge bar.
    • THE LIMÙN BAR - at Hôtel Hermitage. At the cocktail hour, appetizers are served with champagnes by the glass.
    • The Sea Lounge, Monte-Carlo Beach Club.
    • THE SEA LOUNGE - at Monte-Carlo Beach Club. Seaside lounge and tapas bar.
    • Twiga Shisha Lounge, 35 Boulevard Louis II.
    • Twiga Shisha Lounge - 35, boulevard Louis II. "The Shisha lounge is an exclusive and elegant terrace where guests can enjoy international cocktails and an extensive selection of wines."
    • ZEBRA SQUARE BAR - 10, avenue Princesse Grace.
    • ZELO'S - 10, avenue Princesse Grace.
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    Casinos
  • Casino de Monte-Carlo.
  • Monte-Carlo
      Monte-Carlo
    • CASINO CAFÉ DE PARIS - experience a journey through the galaxy at one of Monte-Carlo’s most popular meeting-places with its highly innovative approach to slot machines and its various american table games.
    • CASINO DE MONTE-CARLO - this legendary casino, a jewel of the arts "Belle Epoque", is the absolute reference for all players. Its wide range of table games is the most prestigious and the most complete in Europe.
    • MONTE-CARLO BAY CASINO - ultra contemporary designed casino, combining pleasure and comfort.
    • SUN CASINO - enjoy the Big Top and festive ambiance conjured up in this paradise for fans of the most recent american games.
    Clubs
  • AMBER LOUNGE - the ultimate VIP nightlife experience which follows the F1 Grand Prix series around the world. Venues: Monaco, Singapore, Delhi & Abu Dhabi.
  • AUTOMOBILE CLUB DE MONACO - founded in 1890. 23, boulevard Albert 1er, 98000 Monaco. The Monegasque national auto club.
  • Monte-Carlo Beach Club, Avenue Princesse Grace, F-06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France.
  • Monte-Carlo Beach Club - Avenue Princesse Grace, F-06190 Roquebrune Cap Martin, France. Private beach, olympic-size pool, cabins, tents, solarium, bungalows & restaurant.
  • Monte-Carlo Country Club - 155, avenue Princesse Grace, F-06190 Roquebrune Cap Martin, France. Tennis courts, bridge, snooker, fitness, squash, swimming pool and restaurant.
  • Monte-Carlo Golf Club - opened in 1911. Route du Mont Agel, F-06320 La Turbie. France. 18-hole golf course.
  • RIVIERA BUSINESS CLUB - "The network for international businesspeople." We are an international association that connects with more then 1,200 international people of many different European and worldwide nationalities living and working on the French Riviera. Now in its 16th year of existence, The Riviera Business Club is now the largest international business network in the South of France. The Riviera Business Club is a non-profit organisation and our objective is to make contact easy between people looking for and people promoting English-speaking businesses and services on the Cote d'Azur.
  • Yacht Club de Monaco, 16, quai Antoine 1er, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • YACHT CLUB DE MONACO | YCM - founded in 1953. 16, quai Antoine 1er, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco. 2014 will see the yacht club moving into new premises upon the completion of its new Lord Norman Foster-designed clubhouse.
    Culture
  • Grimaldi Forum, 10, avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Grimaldi Forum - Congress & Culture Centre in Monaco. 10, avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo.
  • Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra - founded in 1856. The main orchestra in the principality of Monaco. The orchestra gives concerts primarily in the Auditorium Rainier III, but also performs at the Salle des Princes in the Grimaldi Forum.
  • Opéra de Monte-Carlo, Place du Casino, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • OpÉra de Monte-Carlo - designed by the architect Charles Garnier. Inaugurated on 25 January 1879 with a performance by Sarah Bernhardt dressed as a nymph. The first opera performed there was Robert Planquette's Le Chevalier Gaston on 8 February 1879, followed by three additional operas in the first season.
    Events 2016
  • Annual Events in Monaco - Visit Monaco.
  • Events in Monaco - Monaco Monte-Carlo.
  • Major yearly events in Monaco - Monte-Carlo SBM.
  • Amber Lounge Grand Prix Party Packages.
  • AMBER LOUNGE U*NITE F1 PARTY MONACO 2016 - May 27-29. "Amber Lounge Monaco 2016 will unite VIP race viewing and celebrity yachts, a one-of-a-kind F1 Driver Fashion Show, Fine Dining, Live Charity Auction, and 3 nights of wild After Parties with unforgettable live entertainment. The most adrenaline-fueled, action-packed experience into the glamour and excitement of Formula 1’s most anticipated Grand Prix..."
  • Art Monaco 2015, Espace Fontvieille, 5 Avenue des Ligures, 98000 Monaco.
  • 7th Art Monaco 2016 - October 27-30. "Where Art Meets Glamour." Because life is also an Art!" (Where Art Meets Glamour) International modern and contemporary art fair. Espace Fontvieille, 5 Avenue des Ligures.
  • 39th Backgammon World Championship, Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12 Avenue des Spélugues, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • 41st Backgammon World Championship 2016 - July 26-31. Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12 Avenue des Spélugues, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Hamdi Ulukaya of Chobani named Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur Of The Year 2013, Salles des Etoiles, 26 Avenue Princesse Grace.
  • EY World Entrepreneur Of The Year 2016 - June 7-12. Salles des Etoiles, 26 Avenue Princesse Grace. Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Annually, each of the overall country winners gather in Monte Carlo, Monaco, for the annual EY World Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Sponsored by Ernst & Young, are held in more than 140 cities and in more than 50 countries worldwide.
  • Historic Grand Prix of Monaco.
  • Historic Grand Prix of Monaco 2016 - May 13-16. Circuit of Monte-Carlo. Organized by the Automobile Club de Monaco since 1997, the Historic Grand Prix is a "biennial" event that takes place two weeks before the Formula 1 Grand Prix.
  • MC Fashion Week, Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Avenue Saint-Martin, Monaco-Ville, MC 98000 Monaco. July 6-8, 2015.
  • MC FASHION WEEK 2016 | MCFW16 - Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, Avenue Saint-Martin, Monaco-Ville, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Supercars and superyachts at the Monaco Grand Prix.
  • 74th Monaco Grand Prix | Grand Prix de Monaco 2016 - May 26-29. 74th Grand Prix of Monaco. The circuit has been called "an exceptional location of glamour and prestige." It has been run under the patronage of three generations of Monaco's royal family: Louis II, Rainier III and Albert II, all of whom have taken a close interest in the race. A large part of the principality's income comes from tourists attracted by the warm climate and the famous casino, but it is also a tax haven and is home to many millionaires, including several Formula One drivers. ASSOCIATED EVENTS: the legendary F1 drivers’ post-race parties. Amber Lounge Monaco party. Red Eye Friday night yacht party. Culminating in the Diamonds and White Rendezvous Party at the Monte-Carlo Beach Club.
  • Monaco International Clubbing Show | MICS.
  • Monaco International Clubbing Show | MICS 2016 - October 12-14. Grimaldi Forum, 10 Avenue Princesse Grace, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Since 2010. The first European trade show dedicated to the nightlife’s and entertainment industry. Created in 2010, the concept is to offer to international nightlife’s professionals to meet and to get together in Monaco on November and in Macau on May during 3 days and 4 nights in a privileged setting.
  • Monaco Red Cross Ball | Gala de la Croix Rouge Monégasque (2011).
  • 68th MONACO RED CROSS BALL | GALA DE LA CROIX ROUGE MONÉGASQUE 2016 - July 30. 68th Red Cross Ball Gala at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club in the Salle des Étoiles, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco. The biggest social event of the year for the principality.
  • Monaco Rose Ball | Bal de la Rose (2014).
  • Monaco Rose Ball | Bal de la Rose 2016 - March 19. Monaco Rose Ball at the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club in the Salle des Étoiles, Monaco. The second most famous gala evening after the Red Cross Ball. The Rose Ball was created by HSH Princess Grace, who each year gave this exceptional evening a special theme by associating the ball with a different country and a different rose. It is a private, invite only charity event that benefits the Princess Grace Foundation. The event features a gourmet dinner, live music and is often graced by many Monaco Royals including Prince Albert II, Princess Charlene of Monaco, Princess Caroline of Hanover and many others. Tickets to the prestigious evening were priced at €800 and all proceeds went to the Princess Grace Foundation.
  • Monaco Yacht Show (MYS), La Condamine, Port Hercule, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • 26th MONACO YACHT SHOW | MYS 2016 - September 28 - October 1. Port Hercule, La Condamine. Brings together professionals from the international luxury yachting sector; ship-builders and designers, equipment suppliers, brokers and service providers. Over 500 exhibitors show off their products - the boats range from around 65 feet to over 250 feet in length. The MYS is held in Port Hercule, and is Europe's biggest in-water display of super and mega yachts.
  • Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival, Chapiteau de Fontvieille, 5 Avenue des Ligures, Fontvieille, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • 40th Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival 2016 - January 14-24. Annual festival held since 1974. The festival includes the awarding of the Clown d'Or (Golden Clown) award as well as awards for other circus skills. A permanent venue, the Chapiteau (circus tent) de Fontvieille, was built especially for this festival. The festival is held in late January or early February.
  • Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, Monte-Carlo Country Club, 155 Avenue Princesse Grace, 06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France.
  • 110th Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters 2016 - April 9-17. Monte-Carlo Country Club, 155 Avenue Princesse Grace, 06190 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. Annual tennis tournament for male professional players since 1897. The event is part of the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 on the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) Tour. The tournament is played on clay courts and is held every year in the April–May period.
  • Monte-Carlo Television Festival, Grimaldi Forum, 10, avenue Princesse Grace, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • 56th Monte-Carlo Television Festival 2016 - June 12-16. Grimaldi Forum. International festival and competition focusing on productions for television, founded 1961. By creating the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in 1961, Prince Rainier III of Monaco, wished to “encourage a new art form, in the service of peace and understanding between men”. Monaco’s international status suited the Prince’s ambition: to recognize television as a means of bringing cultures together and enhancing their respective knowledge. This project immediately generated worldwide interest and over the years, many recognized celebrities have sat on the successive juries, bringing international recognition to what can be considered best of television programming. The best of worldwide television programming has been rewarded with the Golden Nymph statuettes.
  • National Day of Monaco - November 19.
  • National Day of Monaco - 19 November. (French: La Fête du Prince, literally Prince's holiday). Also known as The Sovereign Prince's Day is currently annually celebrated on 19 November.
  • Oktoberfest 2013.
  • 11th Oktoberfest 2016 - "From 14 to 23 October 2016, in the marquee of the Café de Paris, Monaco will be sporting Bavarian colours in the 11th edition of Oktoberfest with H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco in attendance."
  • he Monte-Carlo One Drop Extravaganza.
  • THE MONTE-CARLO ONE DROP EXTRAVAGANZA October 13-17, 2016 (Casino de Monte-Carlo, Place du Casino, MC 98000 Monaco).
  • Top Marques Monaco, Grimaldi Forum, 10, avenue Princesse Grace, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Top Marques Monaco 2016 - April 14-17. Grimaldi Forum, 10 Avenue Princesse Grace, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Since 2003. "The most exclusive, live supercar show in the world". Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco. Monaco’s premier auto show and the ONLY event in the world where potential clients get to try out the supercar of their dreams on a Grand Prix circuit. Exhibiting supercars, luxury cars, motorbikes, limited edition timepieces, superboats, tenders, luxury water toys, fine art and luxury products from various domains.
    Monaco Resources
  • Aerial photo of the Principality of Monaco - Wikimapia.
  • AngloINFO French Riviera - "The global expat network." Everything you need for life on the Côte d’Azur - local information you can trust. There are many reasons why people move away from their home country: career opportunities, temporary expat job assignments, study, retirement, an improved quality of life, family commitments, second-home ownership or permanent emigration. Whatever the reason for moving, life in a new place can be unusual, complicated or just difficult. Whether you have been living abroad for ten years or you are just thinking about moving, AngloINFO is here to give you dependable support - whenever and wherever you need it.
  • Avenue Princesse Grace - named after Grace Kelly. It is the most expensive street in the world. Property along this street is on average worth US$17,750 per square foot and each square metre £73,000. The avenue is located in the Larvotto district of Monaco, on the seafront.
  • Charles Garnier - (1825-1898). French architect, perhaps best known as the architect of the Palais Garnier and the Opéra de Monte-Carlo.
  • Charles Wells - (1841–1922). One of the men who broke the bank at Monte Carlo, in a series of successful gambles in 1891, made famous by the song.
  • CITYOUT MONACO - Luxury Lifestyle Guide to Monaco.
  • Fontvieille - the newest of the four traditional quarters (districts) in the principality of Monaco, and one of ten Wards for modern administrative purposes. It is located in the western part of Monaco. New plans exist to extend Fontvieille, due to Monaco's growing economy and population.
  • Heli Air Monaco.
  • HELI AIR MONACO - since 1976. Helicopter service on the French Riviera: Monaco, Nice, Cannes, St. Tropez, excursions & charter.
  • History of MONACO - Wikipedia.
  • How to do Monaco in style without breaking the bank - The Telegraph.
  • International University of Monaco | IUM - since 1986. 2 Ave Albert II, Fontvieille, MC 98000 Monaco. Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in business specialized in: Finance, Luxury, Marketing, Sport Business Management and International Management. All their business programs are taught in English.
  • Jardin Exotique de Monaco - since 1933. 62, boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco. The Exotic Garden of Monaco. Has a rich collection of over a thousand species of succulent plants, especially cactuses. Also home to the Observatory Cave and the Anthropology Museum, founded in 1902 by Prince Albert I.
  • World's Most Expensive Luxury Penthouse at La Belle Époque, 15-17 Avenue d'Ostende, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • LA BELLE ÉPOQUE PENTHOUSE APARTMENT - Monaco. World's (new) most expensive apartment / duplex penthouse: 17,500 square feet sold for €240 / £199 / US$308 million by British developers Christian and Nick Candy on September 13, 2010, is thought to have been purchased by a member of Dubai's royal family, the Al-Mahktoums, headed by the immensely wealthy Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum. In 2014 acquired for a reported $300 million by Dmitry Rybolovlev
  • La Condamine - the second oldest district in Monaco, after Monaco-Ville. It is known for its distinctive wide harbor and moored expensive yachts.
  • Larvotto - north eastern residential and tourist area; part of the traditional Quartier of Monte Carlo in the Principality of Monaco.
  • 'Le Dressing' Luxury 2nd Hand & Vintage Shop in Monaco - Sophie In Monaco.
  • Mad for MONACO - "The history, current events and personalities of the monarchy of the Principality of Monaco and the House of Grimaldi."
  • MC Premier - "Monaco based agency specialized in event designing and tailor-made lifestyle services, since 1994. Our experienced team has a history of delivering unique events and strives to answer its clientele in all their lifestyle requests."
  • Men who broke the bank at Monte Carlo - the Casino at Monte Carlo was inaugurated in 1863. Since then the bank has been broken on a number of occasions. The expression ?to break the bank? is used when a gambler wins more money than the reserve held at that particular table in the casino. At the start of each day, every table was funded with a cash reserve of 100,000 francs – known as ‘the bank’. If this reserve was insufficient to pay the winnings, play at that table was suspended while extra funds were brought out from the casino’s vaults. In a ceremony devised by François Blanc, the original owner of the casino, a black cloth was laid over the table in question, and the successful player was said to have broken the bank. After an interval the table re-opened and play continued.
  • Monaco - Official site of Monaco.
  • MONACO - The World Factbook.
  • MONACO - Wikimapia.
  • MONACO - Wikipedia.
  • Monaco Cathedral | Saint Nicholas Cathedral - the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Monaco in Monaco-Ville, Monaco, where many of the Grimaldis were buried, including Grace Kelly and more recently, Rainier III.
  • Monaco: 'I love waking up to a view of the Côte d’Azur' - The Telegraph.
  • MONACO Monte-Carlo - general information.
  • MONACO Red Cross | Croix Rouge MonÉgasque - "On 3 March 1948, the Monegasque Red Cross was founded by Prince Louis II, my great-grandfather, wishing for our country to fulfill the humanitarian missions defined by the International Committee of the Red Cross, created upon the initiative of the great humanist Henry Dunant. Since then, the Red Cross has been trying to meet the challenges imposed upon it on a global scale by natural disasters, armed conflicts, displacements of populations." - President, H.S.H. Prince Albert II.
  • Monaco Street Map - copyright: Geoatlas.com.
  • MONACO - The Business of Luxury - YouTube 25:11.
  • MONACO - The Principality of MONACO - unofficial site of the Principality of Monaco.
  • Monaco-Ville - one of Monaco's administrative divisions located on a rocky headland that extends into the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the four traditional quarters of Monaco, the others being La Condamine, Monte Carlo, and Fontvieille. However, in modern administrative terms it is one of ten wards. Therefore, Monaco-Ville is neither a town nor the capital of Monaco for which Monaco-Ville is erroneously taken by some people.
  • Monte Carlo - officially refers to an administrative area of the Principality of Monaco, specifically the ward of Monte Carlo/Spélugues, where the Monte Carlo Casino is located. Informally the name also refers to a larger district, the Monte Carlo Quarter (corresponding to the former municipality of Monte Carlo), which besides Monte Carlo/Spélugues also includes the wards of La Rousse/Saint Roman, Larvotto/Bas Moulins, and Saint Michel. The permanent population of the ward of Monte Carlo is about 3,500, while that of the quarter is about 15,000. Monaco has four traditional quarters. From west to east they are: Fontvieille (the newest), Monaco-Ville (the oldest), La Condamine, and Monte Carlo.
  • Monte-Carlo Legend - the history of the Principality of Monaco.
  • Monte-Carlo Legend - "The Legendary Story of Monte-Carlo." The history of the Principality of Monaco.
  • Monte-Carlo SBM - "4* and 5* Hotels in Monaco, Luxury Casinos, Restaurants, Spas."
  • National Day of Monaco - (French: La Fête du Prince, literally Prince's holiday). Also known as The Sovereign Prince's Day is currently annually celebrated on 19 November.
  • Organisation territoriale de Monaco - the ten administrative Wards of Monaco.
  • PASTOR FAMILY - Monaco’s second dynasty after the ruling Grimaldis. With a conservative, debt-averse approach, the Pastor family eventually owned some 3,000 apartments, 15% of Monaco's total housing, worth about Euro 20 billion.
  • PIERS MORGAN ON MONTE-CARLO - YouTube 46:01.
  • Port Hercule, Monaco - average daily mooring fees for super-yachts: €1,200. Number of super-yacht berths: 20.
  • Ports of Monaco: Hercules Port & Port of Fontvieille.
  • Ports of Monaco - Hercules Port & Port of Fontvieille: booking & prices.
  • Postal Codes
  • Princess Grace Foundation-USA.
  • Princess Grace Foundation-USA - national foundation in the United States which is dedicated to identifying and assisting emerging talent in theater, dance, and film by awarding grants in the form of scholarships, apprenticeships, and fellowships. It was named after the Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco.
  • Principality of MONACO - The Official Site of the Princely Government.
  • Public holidays in Monaco - Monaco Government website.
  • ROLLS-ROYCE MOTOR CARS MONACO - 7, avenue Princesse Grace, Monte-Carlo.
  • Sabrina Monte-Carlo - offers the finest selection of indoor and outdoor furniture, tableware, linens, fabrics, accessories & lighting.
  • Tag Heuer MONACO. 24 Calibre 36 Automatic Chronograph 40.5 mm. Tag Heuer MONACO. Calibre II Automatic Chronograph 39 mm Limited Edition. Tag Heuer MONACO. Calibre 12A Automatic Chronograph 39 mm. Tag Heuer MONACO. Calibre 12LS Automatic Chronograph 40.5 mm.
  • Tag Heuer Monaco collection - movie actor Steve McQueen wore the celebrated Chronomatic Calibre II in the film Le Mans in 1971.
  • TAXI MONACO PRESTIGE - 85 taxis at your service 24/7.
  • The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (film) - a 1935 American romantic comedy film made by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Stephen Roberts, and starred Ronald Colman, Joan Bennett, and Colin Clive.
  • The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (song) - popular British music hall song of the 19th century, written in 1891 or 1892 by Fred Gilbert (Frederick Younge Gilbert, 1850 - 1903).
  • Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo, 2 Avenue de Monte-Carlo, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Principality of Monaco.
  • Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo - 2 Avenue de Monte-Carlo. "Whether your focus is on anti-ageing, slimming or deep relaxation treatments, Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo is both a hub of high-tech and a place of pure serenity." A true haven of tranquillity in the heart of the Principality, Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo offers a timeless space of more than 7,000 m² that combines innovative technology with the calm and comfort of a luxury facility.
  • Tour Odéon Tower Penthouse apartment, Avenue de l'Annonciade, MC-98000 Monte-Carlo, Principality of Monaco.
  • Tour OdÉon Penthouse - US$387/£250 Million Tour Odeon Tower Sky Penthouse in the Principality of Monaco. Sitting atop the second tallest building Tour OdÉon (170 meters high) on Europe’s Mediterranean coastline, the 35,500 sq. ft. five-storey penthouse could become one of the world’s most expensive properties per square meter when it comes onto the market in 2014.
  • Venturi Automobiles - since 1984. French-founded Monegasque-based multinational automotive manufacturer that designs, manufactures, and sells luxury electric vehicles.
  • VISIT MONACO - Monaco official site.
  • Was Francis Bacon made in Monaco? - The Telegraph.
  • Wine Palace Monte-Carlo, Yacht Club de Monaco, Quai Louis II, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco - More than 2300 references of wine & spirits.
  • WINE PALACE MONTE-CARLO - "More than 2300 references of wine & spirits. The most comprehensive selections of fine wines, champagnes and spirits from everywhere in the world. As a key wine merchant dedicated to private individuals, yacht owners, businesses and shipchandlers alike, Wine Palace Monte-Carlo offers a comprehensive and dedicated VIP service. We offer wines and spirits from the greatest producers, at competitive prices and with excellent provenance. Through our excellent relationships and sommeliers, our superior access to fine and rare wines enables us to source directly from producers and well-kept cellars. As purchases are exclusively made from the producing estates and stored in our own cellars, we guarantee the quality and the authenticity of each bottle sold and furthermore allows us to keep it in its ideal storing conditions until needed.
  • Dmitry Rybolovlev & Elena Rybolovleva.
  • World's most expensive divorce in history - Russian oligarch Dmitry Rybolovlev to pay 4,020,555,987 Swiss francs and 20 centimes to his ex-wife Elena (May, 2014).
  • Your Monaco - Monaco travel guide.
    Museums & Sights
  • Jardin de Casino, Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Gardens & Parks of Monaco - "Delighting all of the senses, the spectacular gardens of Monaco offer everything from lush, flowering rose bushes and exotic cacti to serene Japanese landscapes. Unique plants of native and foreign origin dot the Principality - from the Casino terraces to the median strips along the esplanades - in a panorama of carefully tended and stunning displays."
  • Jardin Exotique de Monaco, 62, boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • Jardin Exotique de Monaco - since 1933. 62, boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco. The Exotic Garden of Monaco. Has a rich collection of over a thousand species of succulent plants, especially cactuses. Also home to the Observatory Cave and the Anthropology Museum, founded in 1902 by Prince Albert I.
  • Jardin Japonais, Avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
  • Jardin Japonais - since 1994. Avenue Princesse Grace, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo. A stylized replica of the great outdoors, with its mountain, hill, waterfall, beach and brook, this surprising 7000 sq. m. park is an authentic work of art created by respecting the strictest principles of the Zen concept of compactness.
  • Monaco Top Cars Collection, Les Terrasses de Fontvieille, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Monaco Top Cars Collection - (Exhibition of H.S.H. Prince Rainier III's private collection of Antique cars.). Automobile museum. Approximately 100 vehicules are on show in a 4000 sq m area: De Dion Bouton 1903, Renault 12cv 4 cylindres Torpedo 1911, Panhard Levassor 1913, Ford T 1924, Peugeot Quadrilette 1921, Lincoln 1928, Citroën Kégresse, Ford A 1930, Hispano Suiza 1928, Delage 1934, Packard 1935, Cadillac 1653, Chrysler Imperial 1956, and some of the most prestigious models from Maserati, Jaguar, Mercedes and Rolls Royce. Les Terrasses de Fontvieille, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Museum of Napoleonic Souvenirs, Tunnel Rocher Palais, 98000 Monaco.
  • Museum of Napoleon Souvenirs & the Collection of Historical Archives of the Prince’s Palace - at The Palace. This museum has a collection of more than one thousand objects related to the First Empire as well as documents which retrace the history of the Principality (Charter of Independence signed by Louis XII, letter from Louis XIV etc.).
  • Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology, Jardin Exotique de Monaco, 56 bis Boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology - 56 bis, Boulevard du Jardin-Exotique. Located within the Jardin Exotique de Monaco. It was opened in 1902, and contains a collection of fossils and other excavated artifacts relating to the prehistory of Monaco and areas nearby.
  • Musée des Timbres et des Monnaies, 11 terrasses de Fontvieille, MC 98000 Monaco.
  • Museum of Stamps and Coins - 11, terrasses de Fontvieille. Of modern design, this museum contains rare philatelic specimens from the postal history of the Principality, as well as all the documents used to print the stamps since the first “Charles III” in 1885 to today. The area used for coins and bank notes shows visitors the numismatic quality of the Principality since 1640.
  • Villa Paloma, 56, boulevard du Jardin Exotique. Villa Sauber, 17 Avenue Princesse Grace.
  • New National Museum | NMNM - Villa Paloma (56, boulevard du Jardin Exotique) & Villa Sauber (17, avenue Princesse Grace). By proposing two exhibitions a year in each venue, the NMNM reveals a long-ignored heritage and develops the discovery of the contemporary scene. As of now, “Training for a Museum” has determined the programmes of the Villa Sauber and the Villa Paloma according to two themes that are intimately linked with cultural, historical and artistic heritage of the Principality: Art and Performance at the Villa Sauber, Art and Territory at the Villa Paloma. The museum also holds an extensive collection of works relating to sculptor Kees van Dongen.
  • Oceanographic Museum.
  • Oceanographic Museum of Monaco - Avenue St-Martin, Monaco-Ville.
  • Prince's Palace of Monaco, 98000 Monaco-Ville.
  • Prince's Palace of Monaco - Monaco-Ville.
  • Saint Nicholas Cathedral, 4 rue Colonel Bellando de Castro, 98000 Monaco-Ville.
  • Saint Nicholas Cathedral - 4, rue Colonel Bellando de Castro, 98000 Monaco-Ville.
  • The Observatory Cave, Jardin Exotique de Monaco, 62 Boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco.
  • The Observation Cave - Jardin Exotique de Monaco, 62, boulevard du Jardin Exotique, La Condamine, 98000 Monaco. In the Exotic Garden, 100 m above sea-level, at the foot of the cliff, there is an underground cavity adapted for visits. (Its name comes from the presence of a small astronomical observatory at one time).
  • Prince's Palace: The State Apartments, The Palace, 98000 Monaco-Ville.
  • The State Apartments - at The Palace, Monaco-Ville. "Today the splendours of this palace can indeed be admired, such as its Italian-style gallery and its 15th century frescoes; its Louis XVth lounge all in yellow and gold, its Blue room, a harmonious blend of glorious blue and gold; its Mazarin room covered with multicoloured wood-panelling; the Throne Room, decorated with an impressive Renaissance fireplace; the Palatine Chapel built in the 17th century; St-Mary's Tower, built from the white stones of nearby La Turbie; the Main Courtyard and its 17th century Carrara marble double staircase."
    Nightlife
  • Monaco nightlife.
  • La Condamine Monte-Carlo
      La Condamine
    • Black Legend.
    • BLACK LEGEND - Quai Albert 1er, Route de la Piscine. "The Night Never Ends." Located at the Monaco Port, Black Legend is the address for lovers of blues, jazz and American black music from the seventies up to our day.
    • CAFÉ GRAND PRIX - Quai Antoine 1er.
    • LA RACASSE - Quai Antoine 1er.
    • ZEST MONACO - 6, route de la Piscine, Quai Albert 1er.
      Monte-Carlo
    • Jimmy'z.
    • AMBER LOUNGE - Grand Prix After Party attended by F1 drivers, film stars, musicians and more.
    • Billionaire Sunset Lounge, Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo.
    • Billionaire Club - Billionaire Sunset Lounge at the top terrace of the Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12, avenue des Spélugues.
    • JIMMY'Z - Place du Casino. At the very heart of Monaco on the Place du Casino, Jimmy’z d’Hiver is equipped all the latest technology for sound and lighting. A DJ overlooking the dancefloor will keep things jumping until the early hours of morning!
    • JIMMY'Z - at Le Sporting Monte-Carlo, Avenue Princesse Grace. Rendez-vous for the international jet-set, the highly selective Jimmy'z has been setting fire to the Riviera nights for 30 years.
    • Life Club.
    • Life Club - 35, boulevard Louis II, Rond-Point du Portier.
    • SASS CAFÉ - 11, avenue Princesse Grace. Open all the night, from 11 pm to the sunrise.
    • SUMMER CASINO - at Sporting Monte-Carlo. At the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo, dine, dance and gamble by the sea.
    • SPORTING MONTE-CARLO - bar, restaurant, concert hall and night club throughout the summer.
    • THE LIVING ROOM CLUB - 7, avenue des Spéluges. Open every evening, 11pm to the sunrise.
    • Twiga, 35 Boulevard Louis II.
    • Twiga - 35, boulevard Louis II. "The nightclub at Twiga is born from the experience derived or gained from the Billionaire Clubs, one of the legendary nightclubs and a worldwide famous brand."
    • Zelo's, 10 Avenue Princesse Grace.
    • ZELO'S  F 10, avenue Princesse Grace.
    Restaurants
  • Restaurant Le Louis XV - Alain Ducasse, Hôtel de Paris, Place du Casino, Monte-Carlo.
  • Fontvieille La Condamine Monaco-Ville Monte-Carlo
  • 10 Best Restaurants
  • Alain Ducasse Gives His Favorite Restaurant a Massive Makeover - The New York Times.
  • Michelin Guide starred restaurants have been marked with ***  **  * according to their rating.
  • Restaurants in Monte-Carlo
  • Where to eat organic in Monaco - USA Today.
    • Fontvieille
    • Beefbar.
    • BEEFBAR - 42, quai Jean-Charles Rey.
      La Condamine
    • Stars'N'Bars.
    • BLACK LEGENDQuai Albert 1er, Route de la Piscine.
    • LA CHAUMIÈRE - Rond Point du Jardin Exotique.
    • LE RED - Quai Albert 1er, Route de la Piscine.
    • QUAI DES ARTISTES - 4, quai Antoine 1er.
    • STARS'N'BARS - 6, quai Antoine 1er. Full-service American cuisine. "Best Burger Restaurant in Monaco."
    • ZEST - 6, route de la Piscine, Quai Albert 1er.
      Monte-Carlo
    • Café de Paris, Place du Casino with the apartment building Le Mirabeau in the background.
    • BAR / RESTAURANT DES PALMIERS - open all nightlong at the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo.
    • BLUE BAY - at hotel Monte-Carlo Bay. Chef: Marcel Ravin.
    • BRASSERIE DU CAFÉ DE PARIS - the decor with its "Belle Epoque" windows recalls that of old Parisian bistros on the legendary Place du Casino. Chef: Jean-Claude Brugel.
    • CAFÉ LLORCA MONACO - 10, avenue Princesse Grace. Chef: Alain Llorca.
    • Cipriani Restaurant, Le Mirabeau, 1 Avenue Princesse Grace.
    • Cipriani - Le Mirabeau, 1 Avenue Princesse Grace.
    • CÔTÉ JARDIN - at Hôtel de Paris. Chef: Franck Cerutti.
    • ELSA R&C (Chef: Jean-Claude Brugel). At Monte-Carlo Beach. Named after Elsa Maxwell, the Société des Bains de Mer’s first ever PR, who organised the inauguration of the Beach. High quality contemporary cuisine inspired by the Riviera’s culinary history.
    • FUJI - one of the best ambassadors for Japanese cuisine is the Monte-Carlo Sporting Club.
    • HORIZON DECK - restaurant & champagne bar at hotel Fairmont. "This restaurant is a 7th heaven with a 360° view over the Principality's legendary Opera House, Prince's Palace, and Casino - against a backdrop of the renowned & Riviera and the azure splendour of the Mediterranean."
    • IL BARETTO - at Monte-Carlo Bay hotel. "The ideal solution for nomads and night-owls." Chef: Marcel Ravin.
    • JOËL ROBUCHON **. At Hôtel Metropole. Head chef: Christophe Cussac.
    • L'Argentin Monte Carlo - at hotel Fairmont. Executive chef: Philippe Joannès, Meilleur Ouvrier de France (Best French Craftsman).
    • L'ORANGE VERTE / Il Baretto - at Monte-Carlo Bay hotel. Proposes simple and delicious cuisine. Chef: Marcel Ravin.
    • LA COUPOLE - at Hotel Mirabeau. 1, avenue Princesse Grace.
    • LA MAISON DU CAVIAR - since 1954. 1, avenue Saint-Charles.
    • LA SALLE EMPIRE - at Hôtel de Paris. Chef: Franck Cerutti. A listed historical site since the end of the 19th century, this tremendous banqueting venue is the very expression of the European lifestyle.
    • La Trattoria, Sporting Monte-Carlo, 26 Avenue Princesse Grace, MC 98000 Monaco.
    • LA TRATTORIA -"Italian Cuisine with Tuscan Accents." Chefs: Franck Cerutti & Patrick Laine. Alain Ducasses’ most recent Italo-gourmet gem, delivers authentic and generous, full flavoured Tuscan cuisine at Sporting Monte-Carlo.
    • La Vigie, Monte-Carlo Beach, Avenue Princesse Grace, 06190 Roquebrune-Cap Martin.
    • LA VIGIE - at Monte-Carlo Beach hotel. Sunny restaurant and fish specialities. Chef: Paolo Sari.
    • LAS BRISAS - at Monte-Carlo Bay hotel. Chef: Marcel Ravin.
    • LE CIRCUS - at the Sun Casino.
    • LE DECK - at Monte-Carlo Beach. Sunny restaurant and contemporary cuisine.
    • Restaurant Le Grill at Hôtel de Paris.
    • LE GRILL - chefs: Franck Cerutti / Jean-Philippe Borro. "Located on the eighth floor of the Hôtel de Paris, this restaurant offers a reinterpretation of Mediterranean gourmet dishes. In summer, the roof slides back to reveal the sky and what has to be one of the most beautiful views on the French Riviera."
    • LE LOUIS XV - ALAIN DUCASSE *** sp SDA GTM NW WS. Chef: Alain Ducasse. "Outstanding menus and an excellent wine list guarantee rare moments that few diners ever forget." Specialty: gâteau au chocolat. At Hôtel de Paris.
    • LE MOZAÏK - at the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
    • LE TRAIN BLEU - at the Casino de Monte-Carlo. Traditional Italian cuisine.
    • LE VISTAMAR * (Chef: Joël Garault). At Hôtel Hermitage.
    • LES PRIVÉS - at the Casino de Monte-Carlo. "This classic French restaurant welcomes the gourmets between two rounds of Chemin de Fer, without them having to leave the gaming rooms, and offers an enchanting view of the sea and Cap Martin."
    • LOGA - 25, boulevard des Moulins.
    • MANDARINE (Chef: Patrick Raingeard). At hotel Port Palace.
    • MAXIM'S Monte-Carlo - 20, avenue de la Costa.
    • MAYA BAY - Le Roccabella, 24, avenue Princesse Grace. Thai cuisine.
    • Restaurant Nobu Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12 avenue des Spélugues.
    • Nobu Fairmont Monte Carlo - at Hotel Fairmont Monte Carlo, 12 avenue des Spélugues. "Nobuyuki "Nobu" Matsuhisa, the acclaimed and highly influential celebrity Chef and owner of Nobu restaurants has settled down in the Principality of Monaco at the Fairmont Monte Carlo!"
    • Ristorante LA ROMANTICA - 3, avenue Saint Laurent.
    • SALLE DES ETOILES - Sporting Monte-Carlo. For over 30 years, the Salle des Etoiles has welcomed the greatest international performers to its legendary stage.
    • SASS CAFÉ - restaurant and piano bar. 11, avenue Princesse Grace.
    • SUMMER CASINO - at the heart of the Sporting Monte-Carlo peninsula lies a complex combining restaurants, bars, a discotheque, Monte-Carlo’s famous concert hall and a summer casino. Dine, dance and gamble by the sea.
    • THE SEA LOUNGE - at Monte-Carlo Beach. Seaside lounge and tapas bar.
    • Twiga Sumosan, 35 Boulevard Louis II.
    • Twiga - 35, boulevard Louis II. "Twiga Sumosan offers the very best of Italian and contemporary Japanese cuisine in a unique setting combined with eclectic live performances to ensure every visit is truly memorable."
    • YOSHI *. At Hôtel Metropole. The first Joël Robuchon Japanese restaurant in the world, offers healthy, modern cuisine created by the Japanese chef Takéo Yamazaki, under the guidance of Joël Robuchon and Christophe Cussac.
    • ZELO'S - 10, avenue Princesse Grace. "Located on the top floor of the Conference Centre of Monaco Grimaldi Forum, the terrace of the Zelo’s restaurant offers you a splendid panorama of the Principality of Monaco and the Mediterranean Sea."
    Shopping
    Monte-Carlo
  • SHOPPING IN MONACO
    • Monte-Carlo
    • Carré d'Or, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • CarrÉ d'Or - The "Carré d’Or" boutiques bear the most famous names in luxury and offer you the latest creations from fashion designers such as Hermès, Céline, Christian Dior, Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Prada, Ichthys and more. The Place du Casino and the neighbouring roads (Avenue Monte-Carlo, Avenue des Beaux Arts, Allées Lumières) create one enormous jewellery shop with Cartier, Chopard, Van Cleef Arpels, Bulgari, Piaget, Repossi and others. For art lovers, the many antique dealers or designers are available to you, including Fersen, Adriano Ribolzi, Gismondi and many more famous names.
    • Chopard, Place du Casino, Café de Paris, Monte-Carlo.
    • Chopard - Place du Casino, Café de Paris, Monte-Carlo. High Jewellery.
    • Le Dressing was founded by Helen Rimsberg in year 2000.
    • Le Dressing - 2, rue des Orangers & 1, rue Princesse Florestine. "We BUY, SELL, and TRADE designer luxury clothes, handbags, accessories, watches and jewelry from brands such as Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, ..."
    • mcmarket, 3-11 Avenue des Spélugues, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • mcmarket - 3-11 Avenue des Spélugues, Monte-Carlo. Luxury goods.
    • Métropole Shopping Center, 17, avenue des Spélugues, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • MÉtropole Shopping Center - 17, avenue des Spélugues, Monte-Carlo. 80 boutiques, opposite the Casino Gardens welcomes you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier.
    • Zegg & Cerlati, 1 Place du Casino, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • ZEGG & CERLATI - 1, place du Casino, Monte-Carlo. Luxury jewelry and watches.
    Sports
  • Monte Carlo Country Club.
  • AS Monaco FC - since 1924. (Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club). French-registered Monegasque-based football club.
  • AUTOMOBILE CLUB DE MONACO - founded in 1890. 23, boulevard Albert 1er, 98000 Monaco. The Monegasque national auto club.
  • Monaco Grand Prix - Formula One motor race held each year on the Circuit de Monaco. Run since 1929, it is widely considered to be one of the most important and prestigious automobile races in the world.
  • Monte-Carlo Country Club - 155, avenue Princesse Grace, F-06190 Roquebrune Cap Martin, France. Tennis courts, squash and swimming pool. Home of the ATP's Monte Carlo Masters tournament. It is also the base of the Monte Carlo Tennis Academy.
  • Monte-Carlo Golf Club - opened in 1911. Route du Mont Agel, F-06320 La Turbie. France. 18-hole golf course.
  • YACHT CLUB DE MONACO | YCM - Quai Louis II, La Condamine. "Founded in 1953 by Prince Rainier and presided over by HSH Prince Sovereign Albert II since 1984, the Yacht Club de Monaco brings together more than 1600 members from 66 nationalities. Many of the world’s most prestigious private yachts fly the Yacht Club de Monaco’s burgee, testimony to its unique position on the international yachting scene."
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