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  2. Monte Carlo - Wikipedia

    Monte Carlo is one of Europe's leading tourist resorts, although many of the key tourist destinations are in other parts of Monaco, including such attractions as Monaco Cathedral, the Napoleon Museum, the Oceanographic Museum and aquarium, and the Prince's Palace, all of which are in Monaco-Ville.

  3. Monaco's exceptional location, between mountain and sea, its gardens, its athletic and cultural events...all qualities which make it the ideal destination for a romantic vacation or an unforgettable conference. Although not always recognized and sometimes misunderstood, Monaco's economy is in fact very dynamic and oriented towards the future.

  4. Monte-Carlo | History, Geography, & Points of Interest

    Monte-Carlo, resort, one of the four quartiers (sections) of Monaco. It is situated on an escarpment at the base of the Maritime Alps along the French Riviera, on the Mediterranean, just northeast of Nice, France. In 1856 Prince Charles III of Monaco granted a charter allowing a joint stock company to build a casino. The casino opened in 1861, and five years later the district around it was declared by the prince to be Monte-Carlo.

  5. This mythic place, between the Alpes and the Mediterranean sea will offer you dreams and reality. Alone, both or with your family, for romantic holidays, simple tourism or a business trip, the Principality of Monaco will offer you a univers of many facets. Monaco Monte-Carlo provides you many discoveries, a highly cultured place with its many museums, nice welcome with its nicest hotels in the world, sumptuous gastronomy with his wellknown restaurants .

  6. Monte Carlo Harbor (Monte-Carlo) - All You Need to Know BEFORE...

    Monaco, Monte-Carlo and Eze Village Small Group Half-Day Tour 67 Recommended Bus Tours from $71.74 per adult The Best of the Riviera Small group Guided full Day Tour 13 Bus Tours from $99.33 per adult Full day 6-Hours Private Tour of Cote d'Azur Nice Cannes Monaco 1 Bus Tours from $871.86 per adult (price varies by group size)

  7. What's the Difference Between Monaco and Monte Carlo? - Culture...

    The Monte Carlo Casino, of course, stands proudly at its heart, surrounded by palm trees (and too many expensive cars to keep count of). French architect Charles Garnier, who was also the master behind the Palais Garnier in Paris, is who we have to thank for creating such a recognisable monument.

  8. Monaco Cruise: Best Cruises to Monte Carlo | Celebrity Cruises

    Don’t miss Monte Carlo’s stunning botanical garden, the Jardin Exotique de Monaco. Memorable plant life, including succulents imported from México and other parts of the world, offer a green escape for nature lovers. After you’ve admired the flora and fauna, turn your attention to the awe-inspiring views of the Mediterranean from the ...

  9. ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo | Overview | ATP Tour | Tennis

    The Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2006, is the first of three ATP Masters 1000 tournaments played on clay. The tournament is a player and fan favourite due to its magnificent location, the Monte-Carlo Country Club, and long tradition of champions. Spain's Rafael Nadal has won 11 titles at the event, including an Open-Era record eight successive titles between 2005-2012.

  10. Monaco - Wikipedia

    The Monte-Carlo Masters is held annually in neighbouring Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France, as a professional tournament for men as part of tennis's ATP Masters Series. The tournament has been held since 1897. Golf's Monte Carlo Open was also held at the Monte Carlo Golf Club at Mont Agel in France between 1984 and 1992.

  11. Ex-adviser to Monaco’s royal family sentenced to 3 years in...

    The Rev. William McCandless was transferred to DeSales University in Lehigh County after pornographic images of children were found on a computer at his church in Monte Carlo. Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco attending the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, held in September at Westminster Abbey in London.