Getting around in Monaco

A hotel industry committed to responsible tourism

Green access guide to the Principality of Monaco

The journey of the responsible traveler

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A hotel industry committed to responsible tourism

Green access guide to the Principality of Monaco

The journey of the responsible traveler

Objectif zro plastique usage unique

Mobility is a key priority for the Goverment. By car, bicycle, bus or on foot, Monaco is a great place tobe.

Walking is the best way to explore Monaco, its heritage and the local way of life. There are numerous public lifts and escalators, allowing you to reach each district within minutes. It takes just 45 minutes to cross Monaco from east to west on foot. Everything in the Principality is quite literally within walking distance!

The Monaco Bus Company (C.A.M) allows you to travel around the Principality between 7am and 9.30pm. The network covers all of the main tourist attractions, museums, the exotic garden, business centres, Casino, Stade Louis-II, and more.

The Principalitys public electric bicycle scheme.

Why not take the solar-powered water taxi across the port of Monaco? Its a pleasant way to travel from Monaco-Ville to the Casino and back between 8am and 8pm every day of the week. The WATER TAXI is operated all year round by MONACO RIVIERA NAVIGATION ( on behalf of the MONACO BUS COMPANY (C.A.M.), which manages all of the bus services in the Principality.

If you are just visiting, need an airport transfer or are taking a longer journey, the Monaco Association of Independent Taxi Operators offers a personalised service 24/7.

For the past few years, a new trend has been emerging: Slow travel, gently travelling,spending more time in a single destination, getting to know the local people and taking thetime to discover the heritage...

In Monaco, it is recommended to leave your vehicle in one of the numerous car parks . The Principality has 40 car parks with spaces for a total of 15,500 vehicles.

©Monaco Tourist and Convention Authority

©Monaco Tourist and Convention Authority