Beautiful beaches, fascinating history and a whole world of sport, a short term rental in Monaco is ideal for whatever type of holiday you want. Relaxation, excitement, discovery - Monaco has them all, ready for you! Take a trip to the second smallest country in the world and see what you can find...
The biggest and most popular place to go is, of course, the capital of Monte Carlo - a city filled to the brim with things to do and see whatever your interests might be! Sports fans can see the world famous Circuit de Monaco, home of the Monaco Grand Prix since 1929; the Monte Carlo Rally, part of the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, as well as world championship boxing bouts. Of course, arguably the most famous thing Monte Carlo is known for is Casino De Monte Carlo, which holds the Grand Final of the European Poker Tour. At the casino you can try your luck at various games, including roulette, craps, baccarat and poker.
Monte Carlo also features many sites of culture to visit with a self catering rental in Monaco, including the Grand Théâtre de Monte Carlo - where the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra perform regularly - and Opéra de Monte-Carlo, Salle Garnier, where the company produce operas between January and March.
There really is something for everyone in Monte Carlo, and the best way to experience it is with a short term rental apartment in Monte Carlo.
Although you could spend your entire vacation in a rental Monte Carlo apartment and not run out of things to do, it's worth taking the time to see the many other tourist spots the rest of Monaco has to offer. The Prince's Palace of Monaco, the official residence of the Prince of Monaco. Built in the 12th Century, the palace features beautiful architecture and scenery as well as the Napoleon Museum dedicated to the artifacts of the Emperor Napoleon.
The century-old Oceanographic Museum in Monaco-Ville is another interesting place to visit in Monaco. The cliff side museum features both stuffed and skeletal versions of a wide range of marine life, including jellyfish, starfish, rays, crabs, lobsters and sharks. The building itself is worth seeing, being made out of 100,000 tons of stone, and at it's highest it towers over the cliff face at 279 feet.
A private cottage in Monaco really does give you a wide range of possibilities for how you spend your vacation. You can lie on the beaches near the French Riviera, visit the museums or spend your time in Monte Carlo. All you have to do is decide how much fun you want to have!