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We cover a lot of the Monaco highlights in our tour so I am going to list here some things you won't see on the F1 Tour. We do a lot of walking on our tour so don't do too much beforehand!

  • La Collection - The car collection of HSH the Prince of Monaco, is a unique collection of exceptional vehicles combining luxury with rarity. Enjoying a great time while going on a time-travelling journey in the middle of amazing cars.  Prince Rainier III started the collection and it has continued to be embellished by Prince Albert II. The collection is housed in a large modern space in Port Hercule very close to our meeting point.

  • Le Rocher (the Rock) - this is the old town of Monaco and is a nice way to while away the morning before or after a tour. Wander the narrow streets of small shops, cafes and restaurants and perhaps visit the Palace or the Oceanographic museum. Take some fab pics from both sides of the Rock, some of the best views in town!

  • Larvotto area - if you are here in summer spend a morning or afternoon at the beach. There are free areas as well as beach restaurants with loungers etc. Good public facilities and great options for lunch/dinner. A safe area to swim with children and enjoy the water and sunshine on a nice day.

  • Secret Beach - there is a small cove at the far end of Port Hercule. If you walk to the end of the port and reach the International School of Monaco then take the steps up and head right towards the car park you will find the small secret beach. In calm weather you can get down to this small cove and possibly have your own private beach in Monaco.

  • The Port of Fontveille - this is an areas with a a lot of bars and restaurants all in one area. The steak at Beef Bar is great and the lunch menu is very good value but it is expensive at dinner. Gerhards is a fun locals bar and Moshi is good for sushi. La Saliere is a Monaco staple for Italian and Gavriella's is fab and they do a buffet lunch option. This is also the home to AS Monaco (Football Team) and Roca Team (Basketball) if you are lucky enough to be in town when a game is on.

  • Walk from Monaco to La Mala Beach (Sentier Littoral) - this is a great walk and doesn't really start in Monaco but just outside if you head to Le Marquet plage in Cap D'ail the walk starts from the car park here and takes you to La Mala it takes about 40 mins to an hour and there are a couple of restaurants along the way. La Mala is a beautiful cove and there are a couple of beach clubs there but be warned they are expensive. Great wat to spend an afternoon but we don't recommend doing this before the tour.

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