Embark on a romantic journey through the heart of Monaco with a 2-hour walking tour. Start off at the iconic Monte Carlo Casino, known for its stunning architecture and luxury atmosphere. From there, head to the centuries-old square Monaco-Ville and stroll through the narrow streets, witnessing unique landmarks. Then visit the Princes Palace of Monaco, the official residence of the reigning prince of Monaco, and admire its stunning architecture and rich history. Adjacent to the palace lies the Saint Nicholas Cathedral, where you can witness captivating monuments. Afterwards, stroll through the tranquil Saint Martin Gardens, where you can relax and take in the lush greenery and enjoy breathtaking views of the Mediterranean. End the tour at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, an impressive museum dedicated to marine life and oceanography, featuring a variety of exhibits and aquariums showcasing the wonders of the ocean.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Princes Palace of Monaco: 10 EUR per adult, 5 EUR for students and children (6-17 y old)
  • Admission fee to Oceanographic Museum of Monaco: Adult 19€. Student (valid card): 12€. Children (4 to 17 years old): 12€. Disabled person (valid card): 9€

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Monte Carlo Casino

    Start the tour in front of the iconic Monte Carlo Casino, one of the most famous casinos in the world. Admire the casino's stunning architecture and enjoy the glamour and excitement that surrounds it.

  • 2


    Explore the narrow streets and admire the colorful buildings and stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea.

  • 3

    Princes Palace of Monaco

    Enjoy the Prince's Palace, the official residence of the Prince of Monaco. Admire the beautiful architecture and take a tour of the palace's stunning gardens

  • 4

    Saint Nicholas Cathedral

    Saint Nicholas Cathedral is a popular attraction for both tourists and locals, offering a peaceful escape from the bustling city and a glimpse into Monaco's rich history and religious heritage.

  • 5

    Saint Martin Gardens

    Facing Monaco Roc, the gardens are made of a series of paths on the southwest side. Over the years archeological excavations have revealed objects dating back to ancient times. You can expect to have a beautiful panoramic view of the Mediterranean sea.

  • 6

    Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

    A museum founded by Prince Albert I of Monaco in 1906, located on a cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. The museum is housed in a stunning building that resembles a castle. Visitors can explore a variety of exhibits and aquariums featuring a diverse array of marine species, including sharks, rays, and colorful tropical fish and much more.

Meeting Point

In front of Monte Carlo Casino
(Pl. du Casino, 98000 Monaco, Monaco)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.