Monaco & Monte Carlo
From Cannes, you’ll drive to Monaco, where after leaving your coach, you'll be carried to the top of the rock by escalators and elevators. On the upper level, enjoy a guided walking tour passing by the Oceanographic Museum, the cathedral, and view the exterior of the Prince's palace. After a short period of free time, you’ll reboard your coach and head to Monte Carlo to enjoy some additional leisure time near the Place du Casino. You may wish to stroll across the street to admire the Hotel de Paris, do a little window shopping, or even try your luck at the Casino de Monte Carlo or the Cafe de Paris Casino. Note:
Casino de Monte Carlo opens its Salles Americaines (free admission) at Noon, with slot machines only. Salles Publiques (entrance fee of 10 Euros in cash) is open at Noon for Roulette, 2 pm for slot machines. Visitors must be at least 18 years of age, show passport and driver’s license. Formal dress is not required to enter most of the casino, but smart dress is strongly encouraged; no shorts or flip-flops are allowed. There is a free-admission, American-style casino at the Cafe de Paris, which opens at 10 am. To reach Casino Square, there is an approximate 10 minute walk and 80 steps from the coach parking area. This tour does not operate during the Grand Prix.