Nestled on the Riviera between France and Italy, the sovereign city-state of Monaco currently has nearly five million visitors every year.
Every year, thousands of tourists visit Monaco‘s major attractions, such as the Prince‘s Palace, the Oceanographic Museum and the Monaco Cathedral.
One of the major attractions includes the Construction of the large dam at Port Hercule in 2002, bringing a significant boost to Cruise Tourism in Monaco.
Monaco also focuses on Business Tourism, with a number of facilities used to host international congresses and meetings.
Monaco is home to a number of high-profile international events including –The Formula 1 Grand Prix, the Monte Carlo Rally, the MonteCarlo Masters Tennis Tournament and the Hercules Athletics Meeting.
The cultural calendar features performances by the Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Ballet and Opera, the latter of which performs in Salle Garnier, built in 1879 and considered one of the finest examples of Monaco‘s architectural heritage. In January each year, Monaco becomes the world‘s circus capital when the International Circus Festival comes to town.
A talent scout committed to artistic creation (Opera, Sporting Summer Festival, Monte-Carlo Jazz Festival, Monte-Carlo Ballets, Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Spring Arts Festival, Monte-Carlo Dance Forum, First class fine arts exhibitions…),
The best spas in Europe haven offering almost unequalled personalised treatments and state-of-the-art equipment, relaxing atmosphere have contributed to the reputation that has made Spa in Monaco so popular.