Car enthusiasts’ itinerary

With the prestige cars at the Casino, the Cars Collection of H.S.H. the Prince of Monaco, and the world-famous Formula One Grand Prix, automobile enthusiasts will find their heaven in the Principality of Monaco. After a lengthy stroll along the route of the Formula One circuit, stop for a bite to eat at La Condamine market or in the nearby streets.
Monte-Carlo Casino

It was built in 1893 by Charles Garnier, the architect of the Paris Opera House. Its marble paved "atrium", surrounded with 28 Ionic columns made of onyx, gives access to the Opera Hall (no visits) which is entirely decorated in red and gold, with bas-reliefs and sculptures. 

Visit time
45 min.

Bus routes 1, 5, 6 Place du Casino

Place du Casino
Start of the Formula One Grand Prix
The Monaco Grand Prix is one of the oldest and most prestigious motor races in the world.  The circuit was inaugurated by the Prince in 1929. The narrow city streets make overtaking almost impossible, so qualifying is crucial to ensuring a good position on the starting grid.

Visit time
30 min.
Statue of Juan Manuel Fangio
This statue sculpted by Joaquim Ros Sabaté is a tribute to the Argentine motor racing driver.  There are six such statues around the world, all identical, in Buenos Aires (Argentina), Monaco, Montmeló (Spain), Nürburg (Germany), Stuttgart (Germany) and Monza (Italy). Juan Manuel Fangio is seen by many as the greatest driver in history. In seven full seasons in Formula One, he was world champion five times (with four different teams) and runner-up twice.

Visit time
15 min.
Rascasse Hairpin
On the famous Monaco Formula One Grand Prix circuit, the Rascasse Hairpin is among the most iconic turns. With an angle of 135°, overtaking is virtually impossible here.

Visit time
15 min.
La Condamine, the heart of Monaco
To experience the traditional Monaco, visit the market at La Condamine, take a stroll through the streets and explore the port...

Visit time

Bus routes 1, 2, 3, 6 Princesse Antoinette
Cars collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco
Located on the Terrasses de Fontvieille, this remarkable exhibition brings together almost a hundred cars of all ages, produced by the top European and American manufacturers, as well as six coaches belonging to H.S.H. Prince Rainier III of Monaco. 

Visit time

Bus routes 3, 4, 6 Fontvieille C. Commercial

Terrasses de Fontvieille