Sightseeing in Monaco

Monaco is dotted with museums, parks, gardens and churches making the sightseeing in Monaco a very interesting activity. Tourists from all parts of the world flock here all year round. Roam around the city exploring the picturesque locations and then settle at a cozy restaurant to sip over some wine, Monaco is just heaven to you.

Museums in Monaco


Museums are a special attraction of Monaco. Browse through the artifacts, age old sculptures and several remnants from the past.

  • Nouveau Musée National de Monaco - Villa Sauber / Villa Paloma: This is a special attraction of Monaco for its magnificent location. Nestled in the lap of a lush, fantastic garden, and in the middle of several breathtaking architectural elements, this is the newest museum of Monaco. The view of the Mediterranean from here will take your heart away.

  • Exhibition of HSH the Prince of Monaco's Vintage Car Collection: The Terraces de Fontvieille is visited by huge tourists who pay a visit to this wonderful museum. Over 100 classic cars of luxuries vintage models you would simply be enthralled even if you are not a car lover. The prestigious European and American car companies are best displayed here.

  • The Museum of Stamps and Coins in Monaco: This is one of the most modern buildings of all the museums. This is an abode to rare philatelic specimens and is a must visit for all the tourists to Monaco. There are also documents at display that has been used in processing stamps dating back to the period of Monaco's Prince Charles III reign in 1885. There are a large number of coin and bank note displayed at the museum, which have been collected since 1640.

Gardens in Monaco


One of the most romantic ways to explore Monaco is walking hand in hand through the gardens of the town. It's a bliss catching the view of contrast of the azure Mediterranean kissing the vast sky.

  • St Martin Gardens in Monaco: You would find a rich variety of flora in this region. The sunny climate of the Mediterranean region unfolds the most prosperous surroundings for the local flora.

Monuments in Monaco


The monuments of Monaco reflect its glorious past. The cathedrals and churches tell a story in their own way. Some built in the early 19th century, the remnants still reflect the age old history of galore.

  • Monaco Cathedral

  • Fort Antoine

  • Sainte- Dévote Church

  • Saint-Charles Church

  • Monte-Carlo Casino and Opera House

  • Princely Palace (State Apartments)

  • Palais de Justice

  • Chapel of Mercy