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Monaco: Monte Carlo Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Monaco: Monte Carlo Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore the luxury quarter of Monte Carlo. Try your luck at the wold famous Monte Carlo Casino, and admire the beautiful glass architecture in the area. Shop at the wide variety of designer stores, and view the exquisite yachts in Port Hercules. Find inspiration in the calming Japanese Garden, and relax in the sun on Larvotto Beach, the most glamorous beach in the world. Take the chance to visit the stunning Prince's Palace of Monaco, or journey to the end of the route to discover Fontvieille Park and the Princess Grace Rose Garden, a memorial to Grace Kelly, featuring 4000 roses. End your day at the Princess Stéphanie (La Rascasse) bus stop, where Formula 1 fans will delight to see the Circuit de Monaco. Choose between the 1 Day Pass or the 2 Day Pass; if you would like to take your time to visit every stop. Bus stops: Bateau Bus, Japanese Garden, Sporting, New National Museum of Monaco - Villa Sauber, Monte Carlo Casino, Grimaldi / SNCF, Place du Palais, Oceanographic Museum, Princess Grace Rose Garden, Stade Louis II, Princess Stéphanie (Rascasse).

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Overall rating

4.0 / 5

based on 43 reviews

Great tour seeing all the sites around Monaco and Monte Carlo. It even goes out to Villefranche so you get some amazing views of the bay there which is beautiful.

Ideal to bridge the large differences in height and still get everywhere where there is something to see.

A good way of getting around especially for those with limited mobility

Regular busses and saw all the main sites. Couldn’t fault it

A good way to explore all the interesting places to visit.