Catholicism is the official state religion of the Principality of Monaco. This cathedral-themed itinerary visits the main churches in Monaco, including the Cathedral of Our Lady Immaculate, where Rainier III and Grace Kelly were married.
This Renaissance style building with its bell tower raising 30 metres skywards was inaugurated in 1883.
Nineteen stained glass windows lighten up its nave, where the gilded chandelier comes from the old arms room at the Princely Palace.
Bus routes 1, 4
This 11th century votive chapel is dedicated to the Principality's and Princely family's Patron Saint.
Bus routes 1, 2, 3, 6
Place Sainte-Dévote (Gare)
Roman-Byzantine style building was constructed in 1875 using white stone from
La Turbie. It houses the tombs of Monaco’s former Princes. Inside, alongside
the magnificent high altar and the Episcopal throne made from white Carrara
marble, stands a retable by the Niçois painter Louis Bréa, which dates from the
Bus routes 1, 2
4, rue Colonel Bellando de Castro