The Grimaldi Forum in Monaco is ideally located for international visitors via Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport, the second-largest in France.
The venue is served by an excellent rail service along the Riviera and local bus services are available.
Full details of these services can be obtained from the Monaco tourist office, by telephone: +377 92 16 61 16 or email: email@example.com.
ACCESS BY AIR
Nice-Côte d’Azur is approximately 22km away from Monaco. International carriers such as British Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa and Swiss International Airlines all operate flights to and from Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport as well as budget carriers such as EasyJet and RyanAir. The journey from the airport to Monaco takes 40 minutes by car, or just 7 minutes by helicopter.
Our official partner MONACO TOP VOYAGES can reserve international and national flights to Nice. For more information or to reserve a flight contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call +377 97 97 79 90.
ACCESS BY HELICOPTER
Our official partner MONACO TOP VOYAGES can also arrange helicopter transfers between Nice Cote d’Azur Airport and Monaco with MONACAIR, with preferential rates of €140 one way or €260 return, available from 08/06 au 15/06. These flights are changeable and reimbursable with cancellation penalties.
For more information or to reserve a flight contact email@example.com or call +377 97 97 79 90.
ACCESS BY TRAIN
Monaco railway station is located 15 minutes away by foot from the Grimaldi Forum and 8 minutes by bus (take the no. 2 or no. 4, and then change at the Office du Tourisme and take the no. 6). Monaco can be reached on TGV from Paris in under six hours; meanwhile, the journey from Milan by train is five hours. The local train network – Trains Express Régionaux – TER – provides an excellent service connecting towns along the French Riviera. For information go to www.snfc.fr.
ACCESS BY ROAD
The nearest motorway to Monaco is the A8 approximately 8km away. To reach Monaco from the A8, take the Monaco-La Turbie exit coming from the direction of France, or Roquebrune exit if you are coming from Italy.