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Travel to Monaco?

One of the European countries that isn’t covered with EU RLAH rule and could get you really high charges is Monaco.

Therefore, EU phone users in Monaco will still be subject to roaming charges when they are in Monaco (there are operators which did exceptions but it must be checked).

CurrencyEuro * CapitalMonte Carlo * Population: 39.495 * Calling code+377

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Buying a SIM card in Monaco

Local SIM Cards: Currently, Monaco Télécom is the main telecommunication and only mobile network provider with its own antennas in the Principality of Monaco. The country has two mobile network operators, Monaco Telecom and Orange Monaco.

That’s why there is no need to buy a special SIM card for Monaco as French antennas mostly cover it too. But…When roaming with an EU-issued SIM card, check with your provider first, or prevent your phone from roaming on Monaco Télécom by making a manual network selection and sticking to French networks instead.

Visitors to Monaco can easily buy a SIM card at one of the many official retail stores or authorized dealers of the mobile operators. It is advisable to have an ID with you, such as a passport, when purchasing a SIM card. Some stores may also require proof of address, such as a hotel reservation.

The average cost of a prepaid SIM card in Monaco is around €15-20, and the initial credit can be topped up as required. Data packages can be purchased separately, with prices ranging from €5-20 per month for a basic package.

When purchasing a SIM card, it is recommended to avoid buying an expensive one at the airport or in the last minute, as prices tend to be higher and you may be limited in your options.  Travel to monaco? 

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Monaco Tourism

This high-roller hub is famed for its annual Formula 1 Grand Prix, casinos and status as a tax haven. Although the world’s smallest country after Vatican City, it’s home to an enticing mix of historical and modern attractions. Monaco is best-known for its super-rich district of Monte Carlo. Its reputation for glitz and glamour have seen it featured on the big screen on many occasions, including several James Bond films which depicted scenes inside the world-famous Casino de Monte-Carlo. Monaco is often overlooked for its historic riches, but a walk through Monaco-Ville promises sights of medieval houses, as well as the Monaco Cathedral and the Palais Princier (Prince’s Palace). Monaco itself is geared towards the luxury traveller, so expect to pay above-average rates for hotels, particularly during the F1 Grand Prix when every nearby hotel are booked up months in advance.

There are several high-end hotels and resorts in Monaco, with prices ranging from €150 to €500 per night for a standard room. The most numerous hotels are 4-star properties, with an average price of €250 per night.

Monaco does not have a national airline, but there are several international airlines that serve the country’s airport, including Air France, British Airways, and Lufthansa. Additionally, the nearby Nice Côte d’Azur airport in France is just a 30-minute drive from Monaco, offering a wider range of travel options for visitors.

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