“Can we just skip to the part of our life where we travel the world?” – Travel quotes
Monaco is one of the world’s smallest country (second only to the Vatican). As our tour bus went on its way to Monaco, I noticed that the streets and buildings are perfectly clean and spotless. It’s as if we were driving through a movie set with all the rich and famous people passing by.
Here are some of the magnificent buildings and apartments in Monaco that looks so amazing.
The Yellow Submarine at the Oceanographic Museum in Monte Carlo, was built in 1966, the same year the Beatles song of the same title was released.
Here you can see the grand steps leading to the circular law courts, with its unique and beautiful architecture.
The magnificent bird’s eye view of the yachts and Monaco’s concrete jungle.
Night time is gorgeous.
This is the Palais du Prince in Monaco’s Old Town, which became the home to the glamorous Grace Kelly who married the Prince of Monaco, Rainier III.
Today this is home to Prince Albert II and serves as a public museum with a fine collection of art and antique cars within the grounds.
The Saint Nicholas Cathedral or the Monaco Cathedral is the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Monaco in Monaco-Ville in Monaco. This is the church where Grace Kelly was buried. This cathedral is beautiful by day and is also amazing when the lights are turned on at night time.
One of the colourful streets of Monaco. This is one of my most favourite street view.
This is the Monte Carlo Casino. I bet you won’t be able to take your eyes off the lavish luxury cars lined outside the casino… those Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Ferraris, Lamborghinis…
The Monte Carlo Casino has been featured in a number of Hollywood films and is one of the most popular casinos in the world… with its stunning architecture and its opulent decor.
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