Cathédrale de Monaco
Monaco Ville, also called Le Rocher, thrusts skywards on a pistol-shaped rock. It’s this strategic location, overlooking the sea, that...
The steep-sided, statue-studded Jardins St-Martin runs round the coast outside the Musée Océanographique.
Palais du Prince
For a glimpse into royal life, you can tour the state apartments with an 11-language audio guide. The palace is what you would expect of...
Stars 'n' Bars
This Monaco party institution was undergoing a major facelift at the time of our visit but it promised to be back with a bang, with the...
Opposite the Palace with an entrance ensnared by T-shirt and souvenir shops it might be, but incredibly Le Castelroc is no tourist trap....
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Cathédrale de Monaco information
An adoring crowd continually shuffles past Prince Rainier’s and Princess Grace’s graves, inside the cathedral choir of this 1875 Romanesque-Byzantine cathedral. The Monaco’s boys’ choir, Les Petits Chanteurs de Monaco , sings Sunday Mass at 10.30am between September and June.