Monte-Carlo Travel Guide

Why? The epitome of wealth and glamour, holiday in Monte Carlo to see and experience how the 'other half' live it up. The centre of the famed Principality of Monaco on the French Riviera has long been the playground of the rich and famous, flaunting its renowned casino and annual Formula 1 Grand Prix. A holiday in Monte Carlo may be beyond the budget of most, but it is easy to travel to Monte Carlo for a day trip from more affordable towns along the coast.

When? With its mild Mediterranean weather, a holiday in Monte Carlo is pleasant all year round, although winter can be wet and sometimes chilly. The resort town enjoys an average of 300 sunny days a year, so whenever you travel to Monte Carlo you can be assured of blue skies most of the time. Unless you plan to travel to Monte Carlo specifically for the event, it is best to avoid the crowds attracted by the Grand Prix in May.

Who for? Travellers who are drawn to holiday in Monte Carlo come mainly to see and be seen in this celebrity playground.

More Info: To effectively plan your holiday in Monte Carlo make use of our user-friendly Monte Carlo travel guide which lists the major attractions and events in this enclave of leisure and pleasure.

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