Imagining a visit to Monaco is recalling the history of the Royal family, from Grace Kelly to Princesse Charlene. It's arriving at Le Rocher at 11:55 for the changing of the guard, walking through the Musée Océanographique or strolling on the legendary Place de Casino. It's also imagining the prestigious evenings at Le Sporting, or performances by the Ballets de Monte-Carlo, not forgetting sports events such as the Monte-Carlo Rolex Tennis Master or the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix.
What is there to see and do in Monaco? With the pass Côte d'Azur France, you can visit the landmark tourist sites of the Principality free of charge: drive around the city on board a double-decker bus. Visit the Musée des Timbres et des Monnaies and don't miss before leaving the Principality of Monaco, the famous Musée Océanographique, founded in 1889 by Prince Albert I. This temple to the sea, with its 6000 specimens, will open the doors of an undersea world for you. In particular both young and old will stop to view the extraordinary "Le lagon aux requins" shark lagoon. This giant 6-metre deep aquarium will take you into the world of marine animals. Amazement guaranteed.