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Maps & Street View
This is how Monaco looks from above on a non Grand Prix weekend. A hustling and bustling place for the rich and famous to do business, and more importantly, look good.
Travel advice for the Monaco Grand Prix
You can get to Monaco via Nice airport (Nice CÃ´te d’Azur International Airport). Monaco’s nearest airport, it is 25 minutes to Monaco by road.
The European motorway network passes only 8km from the centre of town and links Monaco to France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, the Benelux countries, Austria and Great Britain.
From Nice airport, this network enables you to reach Monaco, 22km away in less than 30 minutes, thanks to its own junction on one of the coastal roads.
Alternatively, you can get a 6 minute helicopter transfer from Nice airport to the Monaco heliport (HÃ©liport de Monaco). www.heliairmonaco.com
You can also get a shuttle bus, directly from Nice airport to Monaco. They depart every 30 minutes from the airport and cost â‚¬18 per person at uk.niceairportxpress.com
Trains go to and from the Monaco/Monte Carlo station to Milan, Genoa or Basel during the day and there are overnight trains to Strasbourg, Paris, Toulouse, Irun, Port-Bou, Milan, Venice, Pisa and Rome.
The Monaco Grand Prix is held on the streets of Monte Carlo, the district surrounding the Casino.