Things to Do in Monaco

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Order a milky pastis or the traditional Monte Carlo Imperial—made with gin, white crème de menthe, lemon juice, and champagne—and... Read More

Princess Grace opened the housewares shop in 1966, and it remains the place for locally handcrafted Monégasque and Provençal items, such... Read More

The 19th-century Romanesque-Byzantine cathedral constructed of white stone from La Turbie is the final resting place of the former Princes of Monaco as... Read More

The official chocolate maker of Monaco since 1920 sells an assortment of handmade chocolates infused with lavender, pistachio, and orange packaged in... Read More

Pick up porcelain candy boxes bearing Prince Rainier's personal seal at this shop, which is the official provider of Palace gifts. There's also luxury... Read More

Thanks to a recent $34 million renovation to the Salle Garnier, the spectacle of opera season in Monte Carlo rises to new heights. Over 80,000 gold... Read More

Built in the 16th century on the site of an ancient fortress, the official residence of Monaco's royal family overlooks the harbor and is open for tours... Read More

During the day, a Zen-like atmosphere permeates the posh seaside restaurant. Come sunset, though, energy levels pick up with the pop of champagne corks,... Read More

There's plenty of horsepower in this collection of 100 vintage automobiles, including a 1903 De Dion Bouton and a 1929 Bugatti—an appropriate... Read More

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