Monaco is one of the smallest countries in the world, covering only 202 hectares. However, this land has something magical, a huge number of millionaires live here, and a frequent visitor is Bill Gates himself. Monaco is located on the slopes of the Alps, literally next to beautiful Nice. And all this is shrouded in mystery about one of the most beautiful princesses – the gorgeous Grace Kelly. Does Monaco have something more to offer besides luxury? Check it out, that is why everyone should at least once visit this tiny country located on the French Riviera
Monaco is a beautiful place on the map of Europe, which is worth a visit while resting in the south of France. Undoubtedly, it is a place full of wealth and splendor, but the elegance and uniqueness of the architecture or the magnificent nature comes to the fore. Seaside village dotted with tight buildings and streets between which it is worth wandering. Exclusive events such as horse jumping and Formula 1 take place here and it’s worth giving yourself a chance to fall in love with this place, just like Grace Kelly did
When in Monaco, be sure to visit Monte Carlo, one of the largest estates in Monaco. The place is very charming, with mostly steep streets, so be prepared to climb or look for the elevator that will take you to the top. In addition to swimming in the sea and sunbathing, take a moment to walk to the Japanese Garden. It is a space founded by the Duchess of Grace, which has been preserved unchanged to this day. It still respects the classical rules of gardening according to the art of Japanese masters. You can feel as if you are in a small temple, which gives you a moment to relax and enjoy the beauty of nature
Monaco is a place that allows us to have a very diverse experience. After admiring the views and soaking in the beauty of nature, in a few minutes you can move to a place perfect for a poolside party. In addition to modern music and great drinks, we can dine on outstanding seafood dishes
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