Monte-Carlo is a tiny district of Monaco, but attracts plenty with its stunning sea views, world-class shopping, gourmet dining, and exciting nightlife. Monte-Carlo Casino attracts those looking to test their luck at its opulent gambling rooms, while the Monaco Opera House regularly hosts international performances.

    If you’re traveling with kids, Monte-Carlo’s quieter side can be felt at family-friendly museums and botanical gardens. Check out Musée Océanographique’s extensive collection of sea creatures, models of Prince Albert’s laboratory ships, and live aquatic shows. Jardin Exotique is a large botanical garden with thousands of rare plants from around the world.

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      Head to Monte Carlo and you’ll probably see celebrities, opulent buildings, grand casinos and supercars galore, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the district and the principality of Monaco on a shoestring budget. Free parks, trails and markets allow you to relish the sights of the nation and dine on local delights without depleting your life savings. There are...

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