The Principality of Monaco is a small, independent city-state, a place where past and present coexist together. It is situated on the northwestern end of the Mediterranean Sea and is surrounded by France on three sides. The capital, Monaco-Ville, belongs to the most attractive cities in the world. The most famous landmark – is probably Stade Louis II, which hosts all major sporting events in Monaco.
Discover Monaco’s principal landmarks at your own pace with our self-guided walking tour. It is the perfect introduction to the capital of Monaco with our brand new audio guide. Begin your visit at the Monaco train station and admire the views over Port Lympia, Monte Carlo and Place du Casino from this privileged vantage point.
This self-guided tour of Monaco is designed to maximise your enjoyment of this fascinating city over a single day. Here you will find a comprehensive guide to the highlights of Monaco’s sights, including photos and descriptions.
If you’re looking for a walking tour in Monaco, you’ve come to the right place.
We offer a self-guided walking tour that lets you explore the principality on foot at your own pace. There are no set times and no guide to worry about. You can take our walking tour as many times as you want and spend as long as you like exploring the city.
What kind of things will I see?
Our self-guided walking tour takes you through the heart of Monaco, past some of its most famous landmarks and attractions. You’ll see the Place du Casino and walk past Monte Carlo Casino before heading up to Prince’s palace and Le Rocher. Along the way, you’ll learn about the history of Monaco: how it became an independent state, why it’s so famous for casinos, and why Prince Albert II is so keen on environmental issues.
Will I need any special equipment?
No special equipment is needed for our self-guided tours in Monaco. We recommend comfortable shoes and sunscreen if it’s sunny outside!
The self-guided walking tour is designed to give you a great overview of Monaco.
You can start at any time, but we recommend starting early in the day when it is less hot.
This self-guided walking tour is an easy way to explore Monaco at your own pace. You can walk from one attraction by following the itinerary we have conceived for you.
The tour is available in English and is divided into 8 sections: