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Tristan and Peggy spent the day in Monaco...they took the train from Cannes and walked there for hours, they seem to have liked it very much...a few days earlier, the city was made even more famous with “the” wedding of the Prince and his ...
... highly recommend going in the Musée de Océanographique. Our final stop was at the most famous and glamorous neighborhood in Monaco, Monte-Carlo. This neighborhood was made famous as it open the first high-end casino in France and direct train from ...
... . If you stayed on the boat long enough you could be very busy!! We disembarked to go walking around the marina at Monaco - the boats again were magnificent - Rod Stewart's huge boat was moored just nearby. They had set up a show jumping event ...
... 's quite expensive there! We mostly just wandered around the city, and admired the multi-coloured apartment buildings (did you know Monaco is the second-smallest country in the world and also one of the most densely populated? That's why there are ...
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Place du Palais, Monaco-Ville, Monaco
Bask in the unabashed opulence of this palace, decked out in colored marbles and gold plating.
A fabulously opulent building housing a collection of dolls and sculptures.
A must see for any visitor to the city, this zoo features many different species of native African plants and animals.
Ave de la Quarantaine, Monaco-Ville, Monaco
This 18th century fortress now serves as an open-air theater seating up to 350 people.