Monte Carlo Bus & minivan tours

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Monaco: Monte Carlo Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

1. Monaco: Monte Carlo Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Discover the beautiful city of Monte Carlo on a hop-on, hop-off bus tour and see the iconic highlights like the Japanese Garden, Oceanographic Museum, Princess Grace Rose Garden, Stade Louis II, and more. Explore the luxury quarter of Monte Carlo. Try your luck at the world famous Monte Carlo Casino, and admire the beautiful glass architecture in the area. Shop at the wide variety of designer stores, and view the exquisite yachts in Port Hercules. Find inspiration in the calming Japanese Garden, and relax in the sun on Larvotto Beach, the most glamorous beach in the world. Take the chance to visit the stunning Prince's Palace of Monaco, or journey to the end of the route to discover Fontvieille Park and the Princess Grace Rose Garden, a memorial to Grace Kelly, featuring 4000 roses. End your day at the Princess Stéphanie (La Rascasse) bus stop, where Formula 1 fans will delight to see the Circuit de Monaco. Choose between the 1-Day Pass or the 2-Day Pass; if you would like to take your time to visit every stop. Bus stops: Bateau Bus, Japanese Garden, Sporting, New National Museum of Monaco - Villa Sauber, Monte Carlo Casino, Grimaldi / SNCF, Place du Palais, Oceanographic Museum, Princess Grace Rose Garden, Stade Louis II, Princess Stéphanie (Rascasse).

French Riviera: Half-Day Private Tour and Transfer

2. French Riviera: Half-Day Private Tour and Transfer

Enjoy a customizable private tour of the French Riviera, with an experienced driver and guide enlightening you as to the nature and wonder of this stunning region. Rich with history, culture, sights, and shops, decide yourself the places to visit throughout Eze, La Turbie, Monaco, Cannes, Antibes, and Saint-Paul-de-Vence. The medieval village of Eze offers exotic gardens, a fascinating history, and fine art, as well as the Fragonard factory where visitors can discover the secrets of creating exquisite perfumes. Nearby La Turbie is often referred to as the “Terrace of Monaco,” due to its panoramic view over the principality. On the way to Monaco itself, pass the Trophy of the Alps, built for the emperor Augustus to celebrate his victory over the area's ancient tribes. Visit the Prince's Palace, the Oceanographic Museum, and the cathedral where Prince Rainier married Grace Kelly, or simply tour the luxurious shops and casinos of Monte Carlo. Discover the quaint medieval village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence. Enter the Royal Gates and be spellbound by a town that is in itself an open museum, then head to Antibes, the scenic beauty of which attracted Picasso to live there. Finally the tour will reach Cannes, one of the most spectacular and opulent locations along the Riviera. Here you'll be free to enjoy the beautiful mountain-framed bay and gorgeous beaches, or else visit wonderful boutiques and the lavish buildings of the renowned Croisette, stretching 2.5 km along the seafront.

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Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 1,633 reviews

The pick up / drop off locations were very accessible. Although we initially didn’t realize that the tickets could be purchased on the bus. Consequently, we purchased the tkts on line. On the bus there was a small discount for seniors.

Brilliant way to see the city, every half hr buses come round, we did the full link first then decided where we wanted to get off and see A+

The best way to see and learn a bit about where you are visiting in a relatively short time. This hop on hop off was very informative.

Great experience. The route is well planed and stops at all the interesting places. We would highly recommend this activity.

Bus stops are not easy to find and supposedly no one could help us, but once you know where they are, it's easy.