Shopping in Monaco

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!
Fontvieille Shopping Centre

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 McDonald's, you will find everything you need on a daily basis.


Bus routes 3, 4, 6 Fontvieille C. Commercial

Avenue Albert II
Marché de La Condamine

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. 

Bus routes 1, 2, 3, 4, 6 Place d'Armes

15, place d' Armes
YCM Gallery

The establishments located on the quai of the Yacht Club de Monaco offer a dedicated shopping haven at the heart of the Port Hercule.


Bus route 1 Kennedy

Quai Louis II
Metropole Shopping Monte-Carlo
Opposite the Casino Gardens, The Metropole Shopping Monte-Carlo  welcomes you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier. 
Monday to Saturday, from 10 am to 7:30 pm

Bus routes 1, 5, 6 Citronniers

17, avenue des Spélugues
One Monte-Carlo
One Monte-Carlo is a brand new fashion district, with 24 high-end boutiques.

Bus routes 1, 2, 6 Square Beaumarchais

Allées des boulingrins