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Getting Around in Monaco

By Road


Five regular routes:

1 - Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Saint Roman and return;
2 - Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Exotic Garden and return;
3 - Railway station, Monte-Carlo, Larvotto beaches and return;
4 - Railway station, Fontvieille, Hospital and return;
6 - Larvotto beaches, Fontvieille and return.

Public Elevators

Seven are currently in use:

1- between the Place des Moulins and the beaches;
2- between the Princess Grace Hospital Center and the Exotic Garden;
3- between the harbor and the Avenue de la Costa;
4- between the Place St. Dévote and the area of Monéghetti;
5- between the Terraces of the Casino, the Congress Centre Auditorium and the Boulevard Louis II;
6- between the Avenue des Citronniers and the Avenue Grande-Bretagne;
7- between the highway and the Larvotto Boulevard.


Two main taxi stands are in operation round the clock at the Avenue de Monte-Carlo (near the Casino) and the railway station. Four supplementary taxi stands: Place des Moulins, Avenue de la Costa, Fontvieille, Beach Plaza.

By Rail

The train station in La Condamine runs a frequent service to Nice, 20 minutes away, and it's an easy day trip.

Azur Express Tourist Train

These little trains in the national Monegasque colours make daily journeys with commentary in English, Italian, German and French. During the trip you will discover the Monaco Port, Monte-Carlo and its Palaces, the famous Casino and its gardens, before returning to the Old Town with its City Hall and finally the magnificent Prince’s Palace.





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