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Located in Western Europe, Monaco is a tiny sovereign city-state bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. Its location and natural beauty capture the hearts of the tourists on each visit. As small as Monaco may be, it certainly has many attractions to offer to its visitors. The Monte Carlo district, the Palais du Prince, the Musée Océanographique, Jardin Exotique, and the Monaco Harbor are only some of the many sights to see in Monaco, and it is recommended that you stay here overnight to see the highlights and appreciate the beauty of the place. All Luxury Apartments is here to provide you with holiday rentals for a hassle-free vacation in this city. Whether you’re planning a week-long trip or a long-term vacation in Monaco, we got the right rental properties for you. All Luxury Apartments provides luxury apartments and villa rentals that would guarantee a splendid vacation in Monaco.

The glitz and glam of the Monte Carlo district usually attract the rich and the famous. Monte Carlo, in addition to its glamorous atmosphere, also exhibits its natural beauty to its visitors. Standing on a rocky promontory, Monte Carlo has spectacular seaside views which is best viewed from the Place du Casino’s terrace. It is intersected by two boulevards, namely the Boulevard Princesse Charlotte and the Boulevard des Moulins. With Michelin-starred restaurants across the district, excellent food options can be found here. There are also shopping streets in this glamorous district, one of which includes the Avenue de la Costa wherein you can shop from luxury brands.

Another attraction that’s perched above the sea is the Palais du Prince which is home to the world’s oldest monarchy. Originally a Genoese fortress in the 1200s, the Palais du Prince offers panoramic views of Monaco. Although a private residence, the State Apartments at the palace can be visited at certain times—July 1 to August 31, and June 14—of the year. You will see the Blue Room wherein a resplendent decor of blue and gold decor are placed, the wood-paneled Mazarin Room, and the Throne room in which an impressive Renaissance fireplace is placed. The Palatine Chapel and the Main Courtyard, wherein the Monte Carlo Philharmonic sometimes perform music concerts, are also worth admiring.

Located in Le Rocher is the Musée Oceanographique in which exhibits of marine science and oceanography are placed. Standing 90 meters above the sea, Musée Oceanographique’s foundations took 11 years to build, and valuable scientific collections discovered by Prince Albert I and Jacques-Yves Cousteau currently stand on its foundations. Some of the museum highlights include the three aquariums that contain rare fish and marine life species: the Tropical Aquarium, Shark Lagoon, and Mediterranean Aquarium. With more than 6,000 specimens, the museum has 100 pools with coral reefs that imitate their natural habitat. In addition to the aquariums, the museum also has a Turtle Island and a Touch Tank wherein visitors can interact with sea urchins, starfishes, and a baby shark. On the roof of the museum is a restaurant called La Terrasse wherein you can enjoy an afternoon drink while admiring the majestic views of the coastline, and, if you are lucky enough to visit on a clear day, the Italian Riviera.

Located on a cliffside is the Jardin Exotique wherein you can admire the various botanical beauties of Monaco. Situated in the Fontvieille area, Jardin Exotique is perched on a cliff that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. The garden has various species from Africa, Latin America, United States, and Mexico, some of which includes a variety of succulents that flourish in the balmy weather of Monaco. In addition to the beautiful plants, Jardin Exotique has an Observatory Cave wherein prehistoric humans used to reside. Currently, stalactites and stalagmites fill the cave. The garden’s Anthropology Museum helps its visitors to learn more about the prehistoric era and early civilization. Coin collection and ornamental object from the pre-Roman and Romantic periods are also exhibited in the museum.

At the foot of a cliff is a harbor full of luxury yachts called the Monaco Harbor. Its square-shaped harbor called Port de la Condamine was constructed in the early 1900s for mooring a large number of yachts. Currently, Monaco has a prestigious yacht club, Yacht Club de Monaco, which is situated in front of the marina. It was founded by H.S.H. Prince Albert II in 1953, and the club continually hosts events—some of which includes yacht shows, races, vintage boat exhibits, and Fête de la Mer—even up to this day to maintain its high-profile image. With its restaurant and cafe-lined streets, the port is also a good area for a late-afternoon strolling and snacking. Tourists may also take a two-hour boat cruise around Monaco from the port to see the beauty of the place through a unique experience.

If you’re wondering where to stay in Monaco, try our holiday home rentals at All Luxury Apartments for a hassle-free vacation in this beautiful city. We offer a range of luxury vacation rentals that would fit your desired location, budget, and duration of stay. With a number of accommodation choices, ranging from luxury apartments to vacation villas in Monaco, All Luxury Apartments can provide Monaco property rentals—be it short term or long term—that would suit your needs.