The big slope on Monte Carlo is on the side of Beausoleil in France. There is a view of Monaco from the Prince's Palace. From this vantage point, you can almost see the entire country: Larvoto Beach, Vista Palace Hotel, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France. Japanese Garden, Condamine, and Monte Carlo Port.
From the port of Monaco to the Prince's Palace, you have to climb a big slope. The uphill is a bit tiring, but the scenery along the way is very beautiful, basically the whole of Monaco is in front of you. You can take a bus down to Monte Carlo for 1.5 Euros.
This is the only way to go to the Prince’s Palace and the Aquarium. While admiring the historical sites, you can see the whole view of the port of Monaco. The climb is not too hard, mainly because the scenery above is unique and it can be shaded.
The tunnel entrance in Figure 1 is the starting point of the big slope. In fact, when you take a bus from Nice, you get off at the entrance of the tunnel. Cross the road and you can see the big slope with red bricks. Going up the zigzag slope, you can see some bunkers and the scenery of Monte Carlo across the bay. Going up the slope to the top, you can see the Prince's Palace of Monaco when you go out of the arched hole. You must arrive here before 11:30, just to watch the changing of the guard ceremony starting at 11:30.
Access is made to Monaco-Ville by the main railway, footpath, paved with red bricks, marked by two gates built in 1533 and 1714 respectively, and by a road built in 1839, the Avenue de la Porte Neuve, The name of a door that was formerly located at the lower end of the Main Railway.
If you don’t want to take the winding road slowly, then the big slope is definitely a short way to the palace on the mountain. The steps here are very steep, but you can see something similar to a city gate when you go in the middle of the mountain. After entering, you will enter after a turn. With the thick walls of the castle, you can reach the gate of the palace in 10-15 minutes. The scenery along the way is also very charming, the port city’s yacht marina is magnificent