Monte-Carlo Casino

Place du Casino
MC 98000, Monaco
Tel.: (+377) 92 16 20 00
Fax: (+377) 92 16 38 62

General Information
Open daily
Persons under 18 not admitted
ID obligatory
Dress code: Jacket and tie for men
Duration of visit: 30 to 40 minutes

European Rooms:
Slot machines:
Monday to Friday: after 2:00PM
Saturday and Sunday: after 12:00PM
Roulette, Trente et Quarante: after 12:00PM
Rate (per person): 10€

Private Rooms:
European and English Roulette, Trente et Quarante, Chemin de Fer, Black Jack, Craps:
From November to May: after 3:00PM

From June to October:
From Monday to Friday: after 4:00P
From Saturday to Sunday after 3:00PM

Double sided table at 5:00PM and 10:30PM

Punto Banco after 10:00PM

Rate (per person): 10€

English Club:

Black Jack, English Roulette after 10:00PM

Charles Garnier, the architect of the opera house in Paris, built the Casino in 1878.
The “atrium”, paved in marble, is surrounded by 28 Ionic columns in onyx. It leads into the auditorium of the opera, called the “Salle Garnier”, which is decorated in red and gold, with a profusion of bas-reliefs, frescoes and sculptures. Here, for more than a century, outstanding international performances of opera, ballet and concerts have been staged.
The “gaming rooms” comprise a succession of numerous rooms featuring stained glass windows, admirable decorations and sculptures, allegorical paintings and bronze lamps.

Condamine Market and Rue Princess Caroline Pedestrian Mall

General Information
Place d’Armes, Rue Terrazzani and Rue Princesse-Caroline

Although the Market first opened its doors in 1880, the present-day covered market on the Place d’Armes is a modern and functional building, which is directly connected by lifts and moving pavements to the Condamine car-park.

An attractive and lively esplanade borders the new Market Hall. The rue Princesse-Caroline pedestrian mall is just a few steps away; the visitor will discover pleasant landscaped areas.

Azur Express” Tourist Train through Monaco

Station Departure-Arrival:
Oceanographic Museum
Avenue Saint-Martin
MC 98000, Monaco
Tel.: (+377) 92 05 64 38

General Information
Duration of ride: 30 minutes
Runs every day except in January and from November 15 to December 26.
In Summer: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
In Winter: 10:30AM to 6:00PM (according to the weather conditions)
Rate (per person): 6€
Children under age 5: free

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.