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How To Get There

By Air:

The Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport is located 13.7 miles from Monaco. Helicopters, buses, taxis and car services provide permanent links between the airport and the Principality. The duration of the flight via helicopter (regularly-scheduled services or by charter) is seven minutes.

Air distances in hours:

U.S. Cities Time European Cities Time
New York* 8 hours and 40 minutes Paris 1 hour and 30 minutes
Miami 10 hours and 30 minutes London 2 hours
San Francisco 13 hours Brussels 1 hour and 30 minutes
    Frankfurt 1 hour and 40 minutes
    Geneva 1 hour
    Rome 1 hour
* Direct flight between New York and Nice on Delta Airlines

 Major Airlines flying to Nice Cote d'Azur International Airport

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Air France:
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Saudi Arabian Airline:
Scandinavian Airline:
Turkish Airlines:

By train:

The Monaco-Monte Carlo (SNCF) railway station is a stop for many international trains. The railway is a rapid means of transportation between the Principality and all the stops along the Côte d'Azur from Cannes to Menton. Trains to and from Nice run regularly and each trip takes approximately 25 minutes.

By road:

The A8 highway, which connects with the European highway system, serves the Principality by means of easy access roads (Exit A8 - RN7 coming from Nice, La Turbie going to or coming from Nice, Roquebrune going to or coming from Italy). Local travel is provided by three major roads: the Low, the Middle and the Great Corniches.

There is an inter-town bus service to Nice and Cannes, via the Low and Middle Corniches, from 6AM to 1AM and also in the direction of Menton, Italy and the nearby villages.

By sea:

The two harbors of the Principality, the Condamine (Port Hercule harbor) and Fontvieille, are equipped to handle yachts of all weights and sizes while intercontinental cruise liners are able to anchor in the Port Hercule (bay of Monaco).

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Monaco Buses (5 regular routes)

Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Saint Roman and return
Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Exotic Garden and return
Railway station, Monte-Carlo, Larvotto beaches and return
Railway station, Fontvieille, Hospital and return
Larvotto beaches, Fontvieille and return

Public Elevators

between the Place des Moulins and the beaches
between the Princess Grace Hospital Center and the Exotic Garden
between the harbor and the Avenue de la Costa
between the Place St. Dévote and the area of Monéghetti
between the Terraces of the Casino, the Congress Centre Auditorium and the Boulevard Louis
between the Avenue des Citronniers and the Avenue Grande-Bretagne
between the highway and the Larvotto Boulevard.


Two main taxi stands are in operation round the clock at the Avenue de Monte-Carlo (near the Casino) and the railway station. Four supplementary taxi stands: Place des Moulins, Avenue de la Costa, Fontvieille, Beach Plaza. Tel.: (+377) 93 50 56 28 ; Radio Tel.: (+377) 93 15 01 01 .

Azur Express Tourist Train

These little trains in the national Monegasque colors make daily journeys with commentary in English, Italian, German and French. During the trip you will discover the Monaco Port, Monte-Carlo and its Palaces, the famous Casino and its gardens, before returning to the Old Town with its City Hall and finally the magnificent Prince's Palace. Tel.: (+377) 92 05 64 38 ; Fax: (+377) 92 05 64 38 .

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