Luxe Vacation in Monte Carlo
Go all out! Start your whirlwind luxury trip in Nice and then explore some of Monte Carlo's most popular hotels, casinos, sights and more!Filed under:
Prince's Palace of Monaco
Rub elbows with a prince or just visit the home of Prince Albert II, the son and successor to Prince Rainier. Built in 1191 as a fortress, the Prince’s Palace of Monaco is a popular tourist attraction. The state rooms are open to the public during the summer. We recommended listening to the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra perform an open-air concert in the palace’s courtyard.
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