Cruise Holiday Travel Guide: Monte Carlo

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Monte Carlo – home of the rich and famous and the venue for the world-famous Grand Prix, but that doesn’t mean you have to be royalty to visit. Monte Carlo is a stop on many of our cruises around Mediterranean Europe.

Take a look at some of our latest cruises to Monte Carlo here, or read on to find out more about what the city has to offer.

About Monte Carlo

Located on the warm south coast of France, Monte Carlo offers a fascinating taste of high society. It’s no secret that this place is home to the rich and famous, and it shows – from the stunning harbours to the expensive shops and restaurants.

Take a stroll along the harbours and you’ll see multi-million dollar yachts, not to mention stunning backdrops. And perhaps you’ll feel like a bit of shopping (or more likely window shopping) in one of the many boutique stores and car dealerships.

You might also feel like having a gamble in the Casino de Monte Carlo, a magnificent building built in 1878 by Charles Garnier and refurbished in 2004.

If you’re a sports fan, make sure you don’t miss the fantastic Circuit de Monaco where the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix takes place each year.

And of course you won’t forget the fantastic cuisine in Monaco. It’s not cheap, but you’ll find food cooked by world-renowned chefs in styles from across the globe.

Cruise lines currently offering trips visiting Monte Carlo include Cunard Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruises.

Book a Monte Carlo cruise with Cruise 1st Australia

You can book a Monte Carlo cruise by visiting our homepage and searching for the latest deals. We also have some great deals on our European cruises page.

We update our deals regularly, so if you can’t find anything that suits you make sure you check back in a week or two.

Ultimate Mediterranean (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Norwegian Jade
12th February 2015 for 25 nights

After a flight from Australia, your cruise begins at Rome (Civitavecchia). From there you’ll visit Livorno, Monte Carlo, Provence, Barcelona, Valencia, Cagliari, Palermo, Naples, Rome, Katakolon, Athens, Kusadasi, Istanbul, Naples and back to Rome before your return flight. This trip includes a hotel stay in Rome.

Aegean and the Mediterranean (fly/stay/cruise)
Cruising on Queen Victoria
8th October 2015 for 18 nights

Your trip begins with a flight from Australia to Istanbul. From there you’ll embark on a cruise visiting Kusadasi, Santorini, Katakolon, Naples, Rome, Florence/Pisa, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Ajaccio and Rome. You’ll then fly back to Australia. This trip includes a hotel stop in Istanbul.

 Image sourced via Flickr Creative Commons. Credit:  Artur Staszewski

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Alyssa Beit

Alyssa lives in Sydney, NSW. Born on the 14th October and is a Social and Human Service Assistant at Cruise 1st Australia. She is in her early 40’s and loves tranquility on luxury cruises.

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