The Grimaldi Forum Monaco is 25 Km from the Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport that connects main European capitals and international cities.
Monaco is a 30 minutes drive from the airport via the A8 or a 7 minute helicopter flight (shuttle every half hour).
Discounts are available on a wide range of prices.
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Nearest Airport : Nice Côte-d'Azur (NCE)
The Grimaldi Forum Monaco is located a 15 minutes’ walk from the Monaco train station and 10 minutes by bus (line 4 - Larvotto direction).
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The Principality is easily accessible via the A8 highway, Monaco exit.
And, thanks to the expressway, 5 minutes is sufficient when leaving Monaco towards the highway and towards Nice airport.
Grimaldi Forum Monaco Parking (direct access to the entrance by elevator), av. Princess Grace.
Less than 100 meters to the Grimaldi Forum Monaco: Larvotto car park, parking Louis II , bd Louis II
GPS Address: 10 Avenue Princesse Grace, Monaco 98000
Take this opportunity to enjoy this culinary hub, where all the cuisines of the world are on offer. The approximately 200 restaurants will expose you to the many flavors of international cuisine.Find more information through our local partner: Visit Monaco Restaurants
This privileged environment, a 2km² area bordered by the Mediterranean Sea allows you to consider all trips on foot. We also recommend nearby towns of the coast, all easily accessible by car.
BusMonaco bus company
offers you the possibility to travel more comfortably within the Principality. The network covers all the tourist attractions, museums, the exotic garden, business centres, or even the Casino or the Louis II Stadium.
You can also enjoy the solar boat-bus, another pleasant link between Monaco-Ville and the Casino with a playful and environmentally-friendly transport. Learn more...
Built with the stark white stones from La Turbie in 1875,
this Roman-Byzantine-style building houses the burial places of past sovereigns,
including Prince Rainier and Princess Grace.
It was built in 1893 by Charles Garnier, the architect of the Paris Opera House.
Prince's palace: the state apartments
Guardian of an ancient tradition, this Palace located in a unique setting,
was built on the site of a fortress erected by the Genoese in 1215.