Monaco – small in size, big on luxury
Le Quai des Artistes
Classic Parisian bar with a wonderful harbor location. Tourists and locals alike flock here for fruits de mer, and to admire the art exhibited throughout.
4 Quai Antoine 1er
Larvotto is the only public beach in Monaco, and burying your toes in the sand is absolutely free.
A cozy restaurant in the heart of the Park Palace shopping center. This is a classic example of not everything always being costly in Monaco. The tiny Italian restaurant, run by Simona Pastor and her husband Pier, is renowned for its exceptionally good – and incredibly inexpensive coffee.
27, Avenue de la Costa
Fancy cuddling a shark or watching a scary manta ray? This aquarium offers the best views in all of Monaco.
Le Meridien Beach Plaza
Sea views and Larvotto on the doorstep, this is typical Monegasque architecture.
22 Avenue Princesse Grace
Close to Hotel de Paris, but on the other side of Casino Square. Very reasonable lunch menu.
4 Avenue de la Madone
An absolute must for anyone wishing to experience Monaco’s notorious nightlife.
11 Avenue Princesse Grace
Le tip top
For more than fifty years, this has been the cult venue for party people and night workers. Slink in during the wee hours and sample an indifferent pizza in a priceless atmosphere, just fifty meters from the Casino.
11, Avenue des Spélugues
Text: Evelyn Pesikan
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Published: May 20, 2017