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4.5/5
49 Reviews
Aquarium
肉肉The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is really great, the overall layout is very reasonable, not only displays, but also some relatively modern installations. There are living and specimens. The types of specimens are very complete and well preserved. They are all very clean specimens without any signs of corruption. There is also an interactive area which is more interesting. It's very suitable for parent-child travel. The two little girls from my sister's house that I took were really happy, and they said they would come later.
4.5/5
136 Reviews
Palace
野枫印象The Royal Palace of Monaco is located on the hills near the sea, standing in the square in front of the Royal Palace, you can have a panoramic view of the Monte Carlo port, and you can have a panoramic view of the luxury houses and moored private yachts in the Fengwei District, as well as the Garlic Point. Inside, you can visit the Royal Apartment, Napoleon Memorial, and the Royal Palace Historical Achievement Collection. The 16th-century Italian-style promenade and frescoes in the palace are exquisite; the luxurious hall of Louis XV's elaborately inlaid colored fine wood, and the marble double spiral staircase of the 17th century are all pleasing to the eye. Around the Palace Square, there are forts cast during the Louis XIV period, and the Sainte Marie bell tower built in white rock can be seen. If the time is right, you can also see the changing of the guard ceremony of the palace guard.
4.4/5
16 Reviews
Beach
乖小咪Lavoto Beach in Monte Carlo is the most lively beach in Monaco. The bay here is very wide, crowded with tourists who come to the beach to swim and sunbathe. There are also a lot of water sports here, such as speedboats, parachutes, banana boats, snorkeling and so on. There are so many choices for people to choose from, and you can have a whole day of fun here.
4.6/5
100 Reviews
Historical Architecture
SH微风Built in the 19th century, the architect was also the architect of the Paris Opera House in France, Charle Carnell. The interior is mainly gold and orange. The walls are embossed and frescoes, with a solemn and elegant appearance of 524 seats. A place to visit.
3.4/5
5 Reviews
Modern Architecture
lulu0531The Grimaldi Complex is located in the seaside area of Lavoto, Monaco. It is actually built against a cliff. At the bottom is the parking lot. There seems to be a shopping mall on the second floor, and there is also a balcony for viewing. The third floor seems to be a restaurant with terrace seats. The fourth floor should be a theater. The Monte Carlo Ballet and the Monte Carlo Philharmonic perform regularly here. The "EVER Monaco" exhibition every March is also held here. At the same time, the draw ceremony of the UEFA Champions League group stage and the UEFA Club Player of the Year award ceremony were held here. It is the venue of various large-scale exhibitions in Monaco.
4.5/5
85 Reviews
Stadium
Karen晓喵One of the world's four most famous race tracks, with the street as the track, it is the shortest one in the F1 circuit, and has the slowest corners and the famous tunnel in the F1 circuit. At the same time, because of the race on the street, the team's gas station is also very small and narrow. However, due to the skill of the track, suspension and tires are very important, the championship of this race is also the dream of many drivers.

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Museum of Prehistoric AnthropologyMonaco City,Monaco

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The Private Collection of Antique Cars of H.S.H. Prince Rainier IIIMonaco City,Monaco

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