During the years, Monaco has become a must visit destination. Located at the borders with Italy and France, Monaco offers many attractions and classy places. A lot of famous people are spending their vacation here or they even chose to live here. This place has a huge attraction for those who are fans of car racing, as Monaco hosts a Grand Prix Formula 1. I think this is a huge reason to visit this city. Many visitors claim that Monaco has one of the most precious landscapes in the world. Here you can also enjoy delicious food and meet famous people. You also must bring extra money, because many of these places put up a big price. Here are some attractions that you should visit.
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This is one of the most famous places in Monaco. If you like to gamble, you should not miss the famous casino here. At the Monte-Carlo Casino you will find a great variety of table games and slot machines at affordable prices. There are also private rooms available for those who want to blend in with the high-rollers, at a higher cost, of course.
Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium
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I think this is the right place to bring your children. They will have the opportunity to learn more about the nature and its animals. Here you can see over 4.000 fish and watch movies and exhibitions about the impressive marine life. After you visit the entire museum, you can have a pleasant and delicious meal at the restaurant that is located in the same building and has an impressive view.
Flower Garden of Princess Grace
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This impressive garden has been dedicated to the princess two years after she passed away. Here you can enjoy thousands of roses that are well maintained. This garden is perfect if you want to read a book, drink a cup of coffee or just take a breath and relax. You can find it in Fontieiville.
Monaco is one of the most luxuries places on earth with incredible views and a great night life. How about a trip to Monaco?
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