Monaco

After the Vatican City, Monaco is the one of the world’s smallest countries. It is an independent state that is located on the French Riviera. Masked as a monk, Francois Grimaldi was set to claim the fortress of Monaco from a rival Italian group. He successfully led an army to the fortress and claimed back the fortress. Monaco was a trading port and a military base for European armies after the French revolt took a toll on the Europeans, Monaco was seized by France.

Monaco has evolved to be one of the world’s greatest attractions despite being one of the world’s smallest countries. Its location is open to other cities as it is bordered by France on three sides, one side is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea. The centre of Monaco is not too far from Italy and Nice, which offers a variety of places to visit whilst on holiday.

Monaco has four traditional Quartiers which are: Monaco Ville, La Condamine, Monte Carlo and Fontvielle. La Condamine is one of the ports of Monaco that includes a great shopping centre with places to visit like the Exotic Gardens, Prehistoric Museum, and the Zoo. The Grand Prix of Formula 1 was held here in 2006 and is the location to every Grand Prix Formula 1 of Monaco races held every year.

Monte Carlo acts like the Capital of Monaco also where one of the world’s most popular casinos is located. If you enjoy playing games, take a trip online and visit Luckypantsbingo.com – the most popular bingo site. You will find exclusive games such as Bingo, Slots, Table and Card Games and Scratch and Arcade games.  Some of the top bingo games you will find on the site are 90 Ball, 75 Ball, 5 Line Bingo and more! You can choose to play anytime and anywhere on your desktop, mobile or tablet.

Fontvielle is the main harbour in Monaco, which was constructed by an Italian architect. Fontvielle consists of factories, luxurious houses and work offices. The main attraction in this location is The Louis-II Stadium which is a complex that includes a football field, running tracks and hall and a swimming centre.

Things you can do in Monaco is visit Monuments, Gardens, take walks and visit Museums. The Monaco Cathedral is one of the most famous monuments as it is the oldest building dating back to 1875. The fortress of Fort Antione was built in the early 18th century and is now an open-air theatre with various viewing platforms.

The Japanese Garden is styled to bring you to Japan, it has a unique style, tea houses, koi fish ponds and desert gardens. Princess Antoinette park is another garden with amazing bougainvillea’s, it is the home of the olive tree and a great place to spend your Sunday afternoons. If you want something more to see, the Zoological Gardens is the home to over two hundred animals having fifty different species which are accustomed to their living conditions.

The weather in Monaco is always neutral, it never gets too hot or too cold. Although French is their main language, most people speak English or Italian. The basic food in Monaco ranges with a variety of fish, fresh vegetables and rice, and it varies to different gastronomies.