Cheap flights to Monaco

Reasons To Visit Monaco

The small city-state of Monaco is an opulent and vibrant place home to a dense range of things to do and see whether it’s enjoying the nightlife or spending the day along the waterfront. There are many world-class theaters and cultural institutions in Monaco such as the famous Monaco Opera House or the Marlborough Fine Arts Gallery, while the city is also famous for its huge Grand Casino. In Monaco you can find some of the world’s most prestigious shops and restaurants to enjoy the finer things in life, while you can also expect to find some truly world-class hotels and resorts in the city.

Where to stay: Ratings and booking information for the best hotels in Monaco for every budget

Arriving In Monaco

Monaco does not have its own airport, so the easiest way to fly to the country is to land at the nearby Nice International Airport which is located around 40 km away before continuing your journey. The airport is comprised of two passenger terminals, with international flights handled at Terminal 2. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Monaco, it is possible to fly directly to Nice International Airport from Dubai. The only airline operating on this route is Emirates (Emirates baggage allowance information), with all flights leaving from Dubai International Airport.

At Nice International Airport you will find an extensive range of facilities and amenities to help pass the time including retail, designer and duty-free shopping alongside plenty of cafés and eateries. In addition to this, the airport provides all travelers with complimentary Wi-Fi so you can easily get online.

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Monaco Travel Information

Monaco abides by Schengen visa rules, while those who will be landing in Nice you will also have to abide by Schengen visa rules. As a UAE national, you are permitted to enter for up to 90 days visa free. In Monaco you can look forward to warm temperatures over the summer with average highs of around 25 degrees between July and September, while over the winter period temperatures remain relatively mild. In Monaco the currency used is the euro, while the country is three hours behind the UAE.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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