The Prince’s Palace is perhaps the most famous building in the principality, the guardian of centuries of tradition and the residence of the prince. But some of its beauty can be admired, such as the State Apartments, the Italian gallery, the main courtyard, Salon Louis XV and the Throne Room.
The Old Town is full of picturesque spots and houses glued closely together while on the Place du Palais, the Prince’s Carabiniers execute the traditional Changing of the Guard every day. Monte-Carlo Casino is an architectural jewel, epitomising the arts of the Belle Époque. Highlights of a tour of the casino include the atrium leading into Salle Garnier named after the famous architect and a series of decorated gaming rooms.
Monaco also boasts a wealth of museums, including the Oceanographic Museum with its imposing aquarium and shark lagoon, founded in 1910 by Prince Albert I. Car enthusiasts will also enjoy the Prince’s collection of vintage cars.
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