Monaco Government Tourist and Convention Office
7 Upper Grosvenor Street
London W1K 2LX
Tel : +44 (0)207 491 4264
Fax : +44 (0)207 408 2487
Monaco is unquestionably the international capital of luxury. The greatest names in fashion quickly established themselves in the Principality, haute couture, perfume, jewellery; the most beautiful finery has found its showcase in the Principality of Monaco. At the heart of the city the famous « Carré d’Or » can be found where the elegant luxury boutiques with prestigious labels are located.
From the lanes of the old town where the shopkeepers display their traditional souvenirs to the retail stores of the Métropole, the Allées Lumières, or Fontvieille Shopping Centre with their windows of clothes, decorations, leather goods and presents, all that you could wish for you can find in the Principality!
Although it is especially pleasant to do your shopping on foot in the Principality, do not forget that there are many car parks available around the town.
The «Carréd’Or» boutiques bear the most famous names in luxury and offer you the latest creations from fashion designers such as Hermès, Céline, Christian Dior, Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Prada, Ichthys and more. »Read more
In the centre of town, whether on the Boulevard des Moulins, the Boulevard d’Italie or along the Avenue Princess Grace and the Larvotto beaches, the fashion boutiques, interior design shops, many bars, restaurants and tea rooms are there for your pleasure. »Read more
You will have the most diversified shopping experience in La Condamine where over 200 shops are located in an area full of character around the traditional market at Port Hercule. Rue Grimaldi, Rue Millo and Rue Terrazzani are the favoured places for all kinds of specialists' shops. In the Princess Caroline... »Read more
While discovering the Old Town and its rich heritage, you will find shops where you can buy a small or large souvenir of your wonderful stay in Monaco. The many welcoming restaurants around the Princely Palace, the Cathedral and its museums will give you a taste for typically Monegasque cuisine. »Read more
The Fontvieille Shopping Centre combines practicality and completeness with elegance. Indeed with its large car park and 36 shops including hi-fi equipment, music, furniture and clothes together with various restaurants, a Carrefour hypermarket and a McDonalds, you will find everything you need on a daily b... »Read more
The Métropole gallery, with its 80 boutiques, opposite the Casino Gardens welcomes you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier. »Read more
La Condamine Market opened on 18 November 1880, when Count F. Gastaldi was mayor. It was renovated for the first time in 1992 to reflect evolutions in foods and consumer expectations. A complete overhaul gave La Condamine market hall a more regional focus, both in the produce on sale and in the decoration. »Read more