Created by nickyjj on November 1, 2005
Welcome to the wonderful world of Monaco, where the sea is blue and the weather is sweet. A surprisingly scenic landscape filled with beautiful things to see and do and a friendly, charming people.
Created by murraysguide on February 8, 2005
This is about Monaco.
Created by KM8 on June 23, 2004
We visited the Grands Sejours and had a wonderful experience. It was walking distance to Monaco where even the grocery store was a treat. Our balcony overlooked unbelievable yachts. We visited the casino, castle, and churches, and Nice. There was a beautiful shoreline trail, and we enjoyed sitting in the cafes.
Created by minafeld on September 11, 2003
Monte Carlo is everything you have ever heard and more. The grandeur, the opulence, the fastidiousness of the country is an amazing experience. As our friends repeatedly said, "It's another world."
Created by bvormittag on March 13, 2001
How to tackle Monte Carlo in 4 hours! Ok, so I am a New Yorker and this small country can fit twice in my Central Park, but after 4 hours I felt as if all was tackled!
Created by food on January 26, 2001
Monte Carlo is located in the Pricipality of Monaco and is idelly situated on the French Rivera. It was the first time in Monaco and we stayed and traveled on our own for 5 days from Canne to the Italien Border.
Created by EriksA1 on January 25, 2001
You would expect the Principality of Monaco would hold simple people, simple things, since it is small and not really a world power. Oh, how wrong you are. It is a rich nation, and a cultural crossroads in the French Riviera. A great day trip if you are staying in the nearby cities of Nice or Cannes.
Created by Europe_lover on September 11, 2000
While staying on the Cote D'Azur this summer my wife and I hopped on the train and got off in Monte Carlo. We went there on a recommendation by fellow travelers. We were generally disappointed, but had one fabulous experience.