Sunday, February 12, 2012

Monaco The Land of Luxury and Elegance

Monaco - Monte Carlo


View from Princess Grace Ave.


The Land of Luxury and Elegance

Monaco Monte-Carlo provides you with many discoveries, a highly cultured place with its many museums, sumptuous gastronomy and enviable location on the coast. The country is only about two square kilometres, but still boasts a population of over 30,000 people, making it the most populated country in the world.
The Principality of Monaco is well known around the world for its luxurious lifestyle and palatial accommodations, lush panoramas and romantic scenery, exhilarating sporting events such as the Grand Prix and Monte-Carlo Open, and of course, Prince Albert II and the Grimaldi Family. Monte-Carlo, the events and cultural centre of the Principality, boasts some of the richest shopping, cuisine, and nightlife in the world.
Whichever Monte Carlo attractions you are looking forward to discovering, our travel experts are on hand to create your dream holiday in Monaco.

 Nowadays the tax free haven Monte Carlo is known as a playground for the bluebloods and the rich & beautiful, big yachts and the annual Formula One race held on the Circuit de Monaco. Right in the middle of the "village" is "Hotel de Paris" and its Casino. A stone's throw away (10 minutes drive by car) lies the litte village of Eze, where while having lunch at "Chateau de la Chevre d'Or" you can enjoy the wonderful view, high above the sea.
The Founder of Luxury Experiences & Passion4Luxury has personally experienced the "Chateau de la Chevre d'or", and higly recommends.
A bit further away and perfect for a sleepover is the glamorous city of Cannes (51km) where every year Hollywoods a-list celebrities such as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt walk down the red carpet at La Croisette.

Monaco Weddings and Honeymoons

The Principality of Monaco and the area surrounding it, known as the French Riviera or 'Cote d'Azur', is an area unparalleled in beauty and offers a host of locations for your once-in-a-lifetime experience. At least one of the couple must have lived in Monaco for at least thirty days before the wedding to legally marry, however it is possible to complete the legal side in your country of residence and then have a non legally binding ceremony in Monaco.

Useful Information for your Holiday to Monaco
Time difference: GMT + 1
Weather in Monaco: The country of Monaco enjoys a mild, pleasant Mediterranean climate, averaging about 300 days of sunshine a year. Summer temperatures are usually 26 to 29ºC, while winter, which is mild and wet, temperatures range between 8 and 14ºC. The months of July and August are the hottest months, while spring and autumn are perfect times to travel to Monaco as temperatures are at their mildest.
Currency: Euro
Visa requirements: Holders of a valid EU and/or British Passport do not need a visa to enter Monaco.
Health: No vaccinations are required to enter Monaco.

Living in Monaco

 Monaco ville

 Monte Carlo


Monaco flag

By Kristina Mitrovic


  1. I too have visited the Chateau of Chevre d'Or and also highly recommend. The Michelin starred restaurant is fantastic and has incredible panoramic views over the Cote d'Azur from Cap Ferrat to Monaco.

    Nearby is the charming 'Moyenne Corniche' coastal road that runs from Nice to Menton - perfect to drive in a convertible car with the wind in your hair.

  2. Thank you for your kind comment and information