Posted by: Thomas | August 16, 2016

Monte Carlo, Monaco

“There are people who have money and people who are rich.” ~ Coco Chanel

Monaco, a land of the filthy rich is truly a mythic place located between the Alpes and the Mediterranean Sea that offer fairy tale dreams to become reality. It is a playground for mega rich. Rich or not, single or with your family this wonderful Principality of Monaco will offer you a universe of many sides where everything is done to your satisfaction.

img_6418Monaco is not a Kingdom, it is a Principality, because it is ruled by a Prince and not by a King. Prince Albert who is the current reigning monarch of the Principality of Monaco is one of the wealthiest royals in the world. Even though Monaco is a very tiny nation of about 40,000 residents and the size of Central Park in New York City, it has more billionaires per capita than anywhere else in the World. That might be because Monaco is tax haven for rich people since it doesn’t have personal income tax and has attracted a big number of wealthy residents from European countries, celebrities, business royalties and sports stars who earn their income from all over the world.

It is mecca for super ultra-expensive vehicles, yachts, and casinos. Monte Carlo is not a quiet place for rich. At the contrary to what you may expect, it is a place that gets loud as residents rev up their super-car engines when they drive town. Cars like Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini, and other grandiose super cars is very common to see all over Monaco. They drive those cars to their yachts where they have their afternoon cocktails on. During the Formula One race one can see all these amazingly expensive fast cars being smashed on the streets of Monte Carlo. img_6397

Monte Carlo, which is the most popular resort destination in Monaco is very easily accessed by land or plane. This very glamorous city is worth seeing. When you get there you simply cannot miss the magnificent yachts docked in Monte Carlo Harbor. You can take a water taxi or hop aboard a yacht cruise to experience the luxury. Another cool think to do is to take a tour of the Prince’s Palace. The state rooms are open to the public during the summer, and who knows, one might spot a royalty and become one. Once can see changing of the guards in the front of the Palace each day at 11:55am. You simply cannot leave Monte Carlo without doing some shopping. There are plenty amazing boutiques that define exclusive. And of course you can try your gambling luck at the world’s most famous Casino de Monte Carlo, “Grand Casino Royale” which was the location for many of James Bond movies. Or you can simply just have lunch overlooking amazingly beautiful Mediterranean Sea and enjoy the view.



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