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The Airport is located 5 miles southeast of Monte-Carlo and can be accessed from the E20 highway. The Kystvejen coastal road running around the airport connects the motorway at Dragor. There are three Terminal s at the airport and a free transit bus, which connects all the three Terminal s and corridor in Pier A is connected to Terminal 1 and 2. Information desk is located in the arrivals and the departures in the Terminal s with a visitor center in the Terminal 3. Monte-Carlo has certain airport Facilities: Monte-Carlo Airport Disabled Facilities: Wheelchair accessible toilets are provided and any request of any specific needs is to be informed to the airport authority well in advance.


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The city has the very good nightlife, but little subdued in compare to the other parts of the nefarious Riviera. Few people, bar would-be millionaires looking to make their fortunes at the landmark casino; come to Monte Carlo for the nightlife. The casino itself, place du Casino, is a popular nighttime haunt - you don’t need to be a millionaire to play the slot machines though there is a minimum spend. Livelier bars include the Chip and Castle, 42 quai Jean Charles Rey, Flashman’™s, 7 avenue Princesse Alice, and McCarthy’s, 7 rue du Portier, while Black Diamond, 11 avenue Princess Grace, and Le Point Rouge, 11 rue du Portier, are a touch classier with a lounge ambience. There is sprinkling of nightclubs too. Choose from The Living Room, 7 avenue des Speluges, the Legend on the same street at number 3 and the rollicking Star N’Bars, 6 quai Antoine.

Monte Carlo is most populated area of the Principality of Monaco and well known for its casino and wealth. Monaco as a principality has signed up to the Euro and the official language of the principality is French. The city has a population of just under 4,000 and was founded in 1866 and named after the reigning prince, Charles III of Monaco.

In the 1850s the reigning family of Monaco were nearly bankrupt and in a bid to stop this Charles III allowed a casino to be built in Monaco. Initially it wasn’t a success, however it grew steadily thanks to the installation of railway in 1868, that allowed the rest of France to access the principality. Due to this Monaco saw an influx in people and therefore wealth.

Thanks to its casino and the fact that Monaco is a tax haven Monte Carlo has become a extremely wealthy place, with many showcase events being held there. These include the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix, the most prestigious race on the F1 calendar, the European Poker Tour Grand Final and the Monte Carlo Masters tennis event. This all adds to the making of Monte Carlo as one of the major tourist resorts in Europe, along with other attractions, such as Monaco Cathedral and the Napoleon Museum.

Lying on the Mediterranean coast Monte Carlo’s climate is hot and dry in the summer and mild in the winter, adding to its appeal. Temperatures hit a high of around 27C in the summer months and only go as low as 6C in the winter. The principality also sees very little rain, even during the winter months.

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