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Monaco has a glamorous reputation with its famous Grand Prix, the Monte Carlo Rally, and its jetsetting image as a hangout for the rich and famous. But millions of regular tourists - families, couples and friends - also flock to the tiny city-state on the French Riviera to sample the great food, the champagne, and the luxurious lifestyle. You don't want to have any issues with your accommodation in the "Rich Man's Paradise" and this is where Hotels.com steps up to the plate with a wide selection of quality hotels, including maps for each one so you can orient yourself according to the attractions you want to see. Together with reviews and ratings from previous guests and photos of sample rooms, Hotels.com has everything you need to make sure your stay in Monaco enjoyable.

What's Monaco Like?

Monaco has many grand old buildings and things to see, such as the Monte Carlo Casino and Opera House, opulently decorated with bas-reliefs and busts. View the resting places of Monaco's number one power couple, Prince Rainier and Princess Grace, in the beautiful white stone Byzantine cathedral. The Prince's Palace sits on the site of an earlier Genoese fortress and has fine features including 15th century frescoes. Another old military site, Fort Antoine, is now ingeniously used as an outdoor amphitheater where you can take in a performance in style during the summer season. The Oceanographic Museum is a center of science and a great place to learn about the wonders and mysteries of oceanic life. Of course, the Marina with its fabulous yachts is well worth a wander and you'll find many Monaco hotels nearby too.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Innsbruck

Style is the watchword in Monaco where people like to be seen, so don't turn up in a pair of old sandals and a fanny pack. You don't have to break your budget with designer labels, but just make sure you're well-dressed. With Roman Catholicism being the dominant religion, this permeates the culture and you should be mindful of respecting others' beliefs, especially when viewing churches. Learn some French to make ordering easier in restaurants, but don't worry about tipping as service is included. Monaco is famed for its excellent cuisine, and you should try dishes such as fougasse, stocafi, barbagium and socca, all washed down with champagne of course. So what are you waiting for? Start living the high life on the French Riviera and check out Hotels.com's selection of Monaco hotels today.

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