From May to September, the Fairmont Monte Carlo proposes the choice of private beach experiences and watersports in Monaco.
For details on any of these tours duration, payment, reservation , please contact the concierge or call 93 50 82 The Sun Casino, onsite at the Fairmont Monte Carlo, provides a discreet atmosphere for guests to enjoy all the activities.
With American style games, the casino is open every day from 2p. Monte Carlo Casino is an approximate five minute walk from the hotel and offers a private game room.
Opera de Monte Carlo is located at Place du Casino and offers an extensive list of shows. Outside the hotel complex, the Principality of Monaco offers a wide choice of sport activities such as tennis at the Monte Carlo Country Club, golf at the Monte Carlo Golf Club, diving, water sports or even skiing in the Alps during Winter.
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Theatre Princesse Grace, located close to the hotel also offers a wide variety of performances. Other Activities Outside the hotel complex, the Principality of Monaco offers a wide choice of sport activities such as tennis at the Monte Carlo Country Club, golf at the Monte Carlo Golf Club, diving, water sports or even skiing in the Alps during Winter.
For details on any of these activities, please contact the hotel concierge. Click here to view all of our offers.
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The official language of Monaco is French, but some English is spoken in many tourist areas. The official currency of Monaco is the euro.
Dollars are rarely accepted, other than at some souvenir shops and other high profile tourist locations. Even there, euros may be demanded.
What is Monaco like? Monaco, Taken From Monaco's Palace. Monaco is one of the world's most fascinating principalities. Home to some of the wealthiest people in the world, Monaco exudes a "rich and famous" lifestyle.
One commonly sees Ferraris, Rolls Royces and other expensive automobiles driving about by Monaco's residents as they make their way to the grocery store to pick up some items.
What is the weather like? Monaco is blessed with perfect Mediterranean weather and you can expect sunny skies in the summer and plenty of beach weather with average temperatures in the 70s and 80s.
Where does the ship dock? Ships dock at the brand new terminal built at the harbor entrance. There is also a small dock within the harbor.
Some ships will still anchor outside of Monaco and tender into the harbor. All docks and tender wharfs are within easy walking distance to the city. Where is the shopping?
Shopping opportunities are everywhere in Monaco. There are several souvenir shops fronting the harbor selling everything imaginable sporting the names of Monaco and Monte Carlo.
Shopping in Monaco-Ville Around the Palace. There is also excellent shopping of interest to visitors in Monaco-Ville around the palace.
The narrow pedestrian streets offer many unique shops and boutiques. What is there to buy? Designer clothes, fine French wines, souvenirs, ceramic dolls, collectibles from the Grand Prix that takes place annually in Monte Carlo and tons of upscale shopping.
What is there to do? Monte Carlo's Grand Casino. Monaco is best explored on foot, so be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes.
There are a good number of hills to climb, so be sure to plan for that, as well. The best way to explore Monaco is to start on the west end of the town and work your way into the downtown area.
Since all of Monaco is only one square mile, you will have no problem keeping your sense of direction.
There is an excellent Oceanographic Museum on the west side of Monaco that you can reach by using the elevator to take you to the top of the hill.
If you continue walking along Avenue Saint-Martin you will come upon the Monaco Cathedral and it is well worth a visit. This is where Grace Kelly's tomb is located.