you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier. The exclusive shopping gallery, a multi-level haven, is home to more designer shops than seems possible: Swarovski, Kenzo, Christian Lacroix, Lacoste, Espace Mirage, Pomellato and more.
Monte-Carlo Thermes Marins - All that shopping and dining is bound to put you in the mood for some serious pampering, and the Thermes Marins is the luxury spa that does just that. This four-storey complex enjoys a fabulous location, facing the sea and directly connected to the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo. The centre specialises in sea water therapies and manual relaxation therapies, blending ancestral techniques with leading edge methods, such as aquagym baths, hydromassage, pressotherapy, shiatsu, sophrology and energising massages with essential oils. The delightful L’Hirondelle restaurant offers tasty, light meals and also looks over the sea.
Monaco Cathedral - Built in 1875, the Monaco Cathedral is where Princess Grace and Prince Ranier III are buried. The Cathedral sits atop the site of the first parish church in Monaco, which was built in 1252 and dedicated to St. Nicholas. It also features a majestic four-keyboard organ.
The Grand Prix Racing Route - When the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix isn’t taking place, the route follows city streets of Monte Carlo and La Condamine, around the harbour. Electronic versions of the route are famous enough to be included in computer games like Gran Turismo, and 2003’s R: Racing Evolution.