Le Grand Tour

Le Grand Tour

Come and explore the Principality of Monaco with all its magnificent panoramic views.

The running commentary provided in your own language through individual disposable head sets will reveal all there is to know about the Rock of Monaco, Fontvieille or Monte-Carlo.

Using your "pass", valid for either 1 or 2 days, you’ll be free to hop on and off the bus at any of the 12 stops to explore the many places of interest along the route, such as Palais Princier (The Prince’s palace), The Casino, or the various museums…

Tour lasts approximately 1 hour not including stops however this may vary according to traffic conditions.

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Information :
STTM - 26 bis Bd Princesse Charlotte - 98000- Monaco
Tel : +377 97 70 26 36
E-Mail : info@monacolegrandtour.com
Web Site : http://monacolegrandtour.com

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