Squeezed into just 200 hectares, discover the world’s second-smallest country – Monaco! A destination like no other, you will be enchanted by its stunning nature, old town architecture, and luxurious and extravagant sights. Wander around the old town called Monaco-Ville and its extremely narrow pedestrian streets, where you can admire beautiful and colorful buildings. Within the old city walls, you can observe the Prince’s Palace which is impressive, the Monaco Cathedral from the 19th century as well as the spectacular views of the Fontvieille Port and Hercule Port. The historical buildings and ports shine with the brightest and colorful lights at night, making it a magical scene unveiling just in front of your eyes. Monaco is also about splendor and luxury. It could easily be a smaller version of Las Vegas thanks to its famous district called Monte Carlo which is filled with extremely luxurious hotels, casinos such as the Grand Casino, and beaches. Place where the Formule 1 Grand Prix is held, you can go to Monte Carlo from Monaco-Ville while having a look at the beautiful old houses in the second oldest district called La Condamine along the way. Monaco is definitively a destination that you need to visit once in your lifetime as this small country inspires and amazes many people visiting it.
Touch down in the French Riviera and transfer to your hotel with ease, thanks to FranceRent's car transfers. Our car transfer service can be used throughout your time on the French Riviera and is available for multi-city use. All FranceRent car transfers are reliable, safe, and punctual. To book your car transfer, simply browse our hosts online and select the ride that suits you best. Our hosts all provide tailor-made offers to ensure your needs are met and at the right price. A car transfer from/to Nice to/from your hotel can cost between €20 - €50. However, a transfer is also possible from Nice Airport to Cannes, Monaco, or Eze for €45 - €200. Price varies based on the number of passengers. Generally, prices are the same across the French Riviera.