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Zoological Garden of Monaco

Zoological Garden of Monaco

Zoological Garden of Monaco is one solid proof of Prince Rainier III's pure love for animals. He established the zoo in 1954 and up until now, it housed more than 250 animals, including the endangered wildlife and farm animals. The zoo have been paying a great attention and care for all animals, they will even release the animals to wildlife or transferring them to a much better zoo when the park's facilities no longer can accomodate them. None of the animals there are bought, most of them are either donated, seized by customs, or rescued from abandonment. It's not an exaggeration that Zoological Garden of Monaco is probably the most humane animals zoo in the whole world.

Travelling to Monaco, Monaco

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Never mind about its tiny size, Monaco is a charming vibrant city that all tourists come to love. Whereever you go, you will find dramatic view of Monaco's natural landscape with its emerald green trees and azure lakes and sea. This small principality is also packed with history and art, it's not surprising at all to find two or three centuries old artistic buildings near each other. While it's perfectly okay to get lost in this wonderful city, it's probably better to know which Monaco attractions you shouldn't miss.

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Monaco Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Most attractions in Monaco are highly popular, hence it is much safer to pre-book your ticket online first or come as early as you can to avoid long lines. But some attractions, such as Japanese Garden can be accessed for free!

How To Get Around?

The best way to get around Monaco is by walking. In fact, many attractions in Monaco are located within walking distance. Exploring Monaco on foot also means you'll get to immerse yourself more with the city's atmosphere. There are numerous public lifts and elevators that enables you to travel from one district to another by only few minutes. If you don't feel like walking, you can also opt for public transportations that can be accessed literally from any points in the city. There are public buses, water taxis, taxis, or even the most trending one is electric vehicles.

What Should I Wear?

Monaco is a popular tourist destination for rich people and celebrities, so that might make some people feel highly conscious about their attires. You don't have to stress much about it though, if you're out for sightseeing without planning for fine dining. Casual attires are your way to go, though always opt for higher end type of casual. If you're invited for a formal dinner, you might want to polish your looks more with formal suits or dress.

Monaco Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Monaco are Spring in April and Fall in October. The weather is pleasantly warm and perfect for exploring the city. The room rates are also much cheaper since it's not considered as peak seasons.



Will I Need a Guide?

No, transportation is easy and you can find everything you need to know in this site.

How To Get There?

Monaco might not own an international airport, but it doesn't mean your choice of transportations to the city is limited. You still can take a flight to France's Nice airport. From the airport, you can take shuttle helicopters or hop into a train that will takes you to Monaco in no time. You can also take the water route by taking a ferry ride or private yacht (if you own one).

Additional Info

If it's possible, try to avoid taxi as much as you can. The taxi fares are quite expensive in Monaco, it is highly recommended to take the water taxi or Bateau Bus instead.