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When you come to Monaco you will definitely not be short of activities to fill your day. One of the main industries here is tourism so no matter where you turn there is something to keep you entertained.
The region’s beaches are a big attraction for tourists and you can spend a little time celebrity spotting. Hire a car in Monaco and you could spend a few days exploring the coast to see as many of the beaches as you can. One you should try is Lavartto Beach, which is free, safe and clean. You can enjoy lunch in one of the beach cafes.
You should also take the time to visit Fontevieille. Here you can explore the Princess Grace Rose Garden where there are more than 180 different varieties of rose. The area is also home to the Museum of Stamps and Coins and there are several rare items which are being exhibited. Anyone in town for the F1 Grand Prix might also be interested in the permanent exhibition that showcases the private collection of classic cars which belonged to Prince Rainier III. There are more than 100 cars included.
Monaco is known for its casinos and it would be a shame if you did not have a little flutter while you are here. The Grand Casino can be found in the ‘quartier’ where the most expensive hotels, boutiques and restaurants can also be found. You need to be at least 21 to go into one of the casinos and you will have to take your passport along for ID.
For those who are interested in the region’s history you can take a trip to Monaco Cathedral. Dating back to 1875, it has seen some of the most important events to take place in the principality including the wedding of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier as well as their funerals. History enthusiasts will also be able to call in at the Museum of Napoleonic Souvenirs and the Monte Carlo story.
Exploring the area using car rental will bring you to the Place du Palais. The old town of Monaco is home to the Palace of the Princes, which dates back to the 13th century. You can go along to the changing of the guard ceremony which costs nothing to view. Alternatively you can take a flight over the principality and view it from the air – choose from flights as short as 10 minutes.