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Monaco little train tours

When you are in Monaco you should take a ride in mini-train, which in a quick way will allow you to see most interesting sights of one of the smallest countries in the world.

Mini tours: the tickets

Ticket prices are as follows: 9€ - normal ticket, 5€ - ticket for a child (2 to 8 years old). In seats we have access to audio commentary in 12 different languages - just use the headphones.
The trip lasts about 30 minutes.


The route

We buy tickets in front of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco (A; GPS: 43.731007, 7.425195). Here you will also find the mini-train. The Monaco tour starts in driving the streets of the Old Town - we head towards the new port. We drive down the hill of the Old Town, and then move the road located off the coast of the port of Hercules (B; GPS: 43.734402, 7.421420). We get to the interesting fountain Fontaine du Portier (C; GPS: 43.741568, 7.430162), next to the Japanese garden of Princess Grace, and then drive up some winding streets to get to the Monte-Carlo casino (D; GPS: 43.739591, 7.427182), where we stop and make commemorative photos. We leave Monte-Carlo and go next to the famous church of Sainte-Devote (E; GPS: 43.737322, 7.421235). We reach the market Marche de la Condamine (F; GPS: 43.732626, 7.419024), and then go back to the Old Town, driving next to the Prince Palace (G; GPS: 43.730970, 7.421116) and the Monaco cathedral (H; GPS: 43.729856, 7.422580). We end our Monaco tour at the Oceanographic Museum.


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