5 Best Places to Live in Monaco (in 2024)

Sarhan Basem
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Monaco (Brussels Morning Newspaper) – Monaco is a hub for jet-setters and wealthy heirs. Whether it is the capital holder, corporate banker, or politician, Monaco has something for everyone. If you are planning to live in Monaco, feel assured there are a lot of options to choose from. It is the second smallest state in the world and comes right after Vatican City. Moreover, it is a part of France and stretches over 2.02km. You will find plenty of social backgrounds while the architecture is very elegant. There are many aquariums and fancy restaurants and clubs. Monte Carlo is loved by tourists as it represents Monaco’s reputation ideally.

Five Best Places To Live In Monaco

If you are planning to live in Monaco it will turn out to be a good option. Beach lovers will like to live here. You cannot miss out on visiting Larvotto Beach which is connected to the sea. Avenue Princesse Grace is of the most expensive streets in the world. Whether you go hiking in the hilly terrains or shop for products, there is something for everyone. If you are a tourist there are many luxurious hotels for your stay. Even though it is a small state, there is a lot to do. If you want to live in the most prestigious places here are some good options:

1. Monte Carlo

Monte Carlo is located the East of The Rock. It is one of the most prominent and stunning districts of Monaco. If you are fond of visiting casinos and palaces this is the place to be. There are many luxury boutiques where you can shop and have all the fun. Many rich people are residing in this area and they display wealth in a lot of ways. Monte-Carlo is a place to be and you will find yourself lucky to stay here. This district is located between many beaches while the port of Condamine is also nearby.  The area stretches towards the Sea where you can catch up with scenic views.

2. La Condamine

La Condamine is located on the north side of Port Hercules. This district offers a lot of luxury apartments, hotels, and other accommodations. If you are a shopping lover, you will find many shopping malls here. All the high-end boutiques will fill your bag with many clothes and other essentials. The daily market in Place d’Armes is something to look out for. You will be surprised to know that this is where Monaco Grand Prix takes place. This event normally takes place in May so don’t miss it. The best part is that the crime rate is lower than usual. You don’t have to worry about hanging out late at night.

3. Fontvieille

Fontvieille is one of the best spots to live in Monaco. It is located offshore while the entire land has something to offer. At the very first glance, you may feel there is nothing much other than industries and businesses. However, when you dwell inside, there are a lot of things to look out for. You will find the animal garden that is a big treat for animal lovers. The port of Fontvieille is full of fancy bars and restaurants. When you stay in Monaco don’t forget to miss out on the international circus festival. This neighborhood is exotic but at the same time very affordable for families.

4. Beausoleil and La Turbie

Monaco may not be very vast but it is very developed. As Monaco holds many events you can find many apartments and hotels at lower rates. However, when you go out of Monaco you will get in touch with a small French town named Beausoleil. The prices here are lower and you can consider it for a living. You will be happy to know that this city shares a border with La Turbie. When you go to Beausoleil, you cannot miss out Trophy of Augustus. The city offers an affordable and rich lifestyle. If you are relocating with your family, this area is the best option.

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5. Monaco City

Monaco City is popularly known as ‘The Rock’. The city boasts an old historical center. It is home to the political and cultural institutions of the state. You can dwell in history by visiting the Palace of Monaco, the town hall, and the National Council. There are many courthouses, a prison, and a cathedral. The neighborhood has many narrow streets. They are full of luxurious shops, restaurants, and visually appealing buildings. This city was founded in the 6th century and represents the culture and heritage beautifully.

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Sarhan Basem is Brussels Morning's Senior Correspondent to the European Parliament. With a Bachelor's degree in English Literature, Sarhan brings a unique blend of linguistic finesse and analytical prowess to his reporting. Specializing in foreign affairs, human rights, civil liberties, and security issues, he delves deep into the intricacies of global politics to provide insightful commentary and in-depth coverage. Beyond the world of journalism, Sarhan is an avid traveler, exploring new cultures and cuisines, and enjoys unwinding with a good book or indulging in outdoor adventures whenever possible.