Top 7 Fun and Free Things to Do in Monaco

Monaco is certainly a paradise of scenic attractions that complement the city’s chic nature. From amazing throngs of wealthy and glamorous lifestyles, spectacular beaches, rich monumental architecture to beautiful gardens, your visit to Monaco will be worthwhile.
Whether you plan to travel during summer, spring or fall of winter, there are endless fun and free places to go and things to do in Monaco. Below is our list of the 7 fun and free places to explore and things to do in Monaco. You can book a cheap flight to Monaco and cheap hotels in Monaco in advance to make your trip easy and stay comfortable.
Princess Grace Rose Garden

Princess Grace Rose Garden

Princess Grace Rose Garden

This is where nature is at its best. The sweet scent of blossomed and diffused roses in the air at Fontvieille’s Princess Grace Rose Garden will blow you away. The garden is a great getaway from the ever bustling Monte-Carlo life. Looking forward to pop the big question? This is obviously a romantic place to get engaged. The presence of well aligned palm and olive trees enhance the garden’s beauty and it’s obviously worth your time. Princess Grace Rose Garden is a serene place for reflection and soul searching. You can visit it any time of the day from sunrise to sunset.

Larvotto Beach

Larvotto Beach

Larvotto Beach

Mention Monaco and what comes to mind Larvotto beach; the most popular beach in Monaco. The free-to-the-public shore is a few-minutes’ walk away from Monte-Carlo. The beach is perfect for kids since it doesn’t have strong tides. It’s worth noting that the beach is covered with pebbles and not sand and so sturdy shoes will come in handy.

Monaco Cathedral

Monaco Cathedral

Monaco Cathedral

Monaco Cathedral is the most popular cathedral in Monaco thanks to the fact that it houses Grace Kelly’s grave, the actress-turned-princess of Monaco. If you were her fan, then this is a must visit spot. The cathedral itself is an attraction and a replacement of a 13th-century church. You can also hit one of the nearby restaurants known for preparing the finest dining setups.  Please note that visits into the cathedral during mass services are not allowed.

Saint-Martin Gardens

Saint-Martin Gardens

Saint-Martin Gardens

It’s no secret that this is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Monaco. The impressive garden is well maintained and houses some fascinating statues that offer great views to visitors. Saint-Martin Gardens is positioned in a small area between the Oceanographic Museum and the Cathedral.

Fontvieille Shopping Centre

Fontvieille Shopping Centre

Fontvieille Shopping Centre

Are you a savvy shopper looking for an inexpensive place to shop? Fontvieille Shopping Centre is the place to go. The various collections of items are sold at competitive prices. The kids also adore the McDonalds. Definitely it’s a plaace well worth your time.

Japanese Gardens

Japanese Gardens

Japanese Gardens

Located on Avenue Princesse Grace which is adjacent to Larvotto Beach, The Japanese is a serene and beautiful garden to visit. Though small, it has so much to offer including an amazing waterfall, Japanese teahouse and a unique pond full of carp and Koi fish. Your kids will be fascinated by the fun-to-watch large Koi fish in the pond. Enjoy!

 

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