The wealthy and fashionable have many tells, handcrafted leather shoes, diamond encrusted phones, bejewelled watches with difficult to pronounce names. Yet the largest giveaway of them has to be the fancy car. And the space in front of the Monte Carlo Casino, entitled Casino Square, is chock full of them. Unless you are an oil sheikh or a software baron, where else would you find such an assortment of the expensive cars? You can kick back at one of the cafes and watch the swankiest of cars pass by if you are an auto enthusiast. Or visit at night when the casino and the nearby buildings are lit up and take a photograph of the beautiful fountain at the centre with the buildings in the background. An area for car watching with a fantastic fountain in the centre and a beautiful view of the buildings.
- Only a short distance from the Monte Carlo Casino Larvotto beach, Metropole Shopping Center and the Japanese Gardens, you could plan your trip accordingly.
- Come in the evening to see the buildings lit up.
- Don’t drool directly on the cars.
- Sit at the Cafe de Paris and watch the cars go by.
- Underground parking at the casino.
- Take the buses 1, 2 or 3 to the casino.
- Cafe de Paris (Brasserie, moderate-highly expensive, casual)
- Le Louis XV (French/Italian/Mediterranean, highly expensive, formals/jackets for men)
- Le Train Bleu
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33.18% of people who visit Monaco include Casino Square in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
21.43% of people start their Casino Square visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Casino Square
69.64% of people prefer walking in order to reach Casino Square