Private yachts moored in the harbor at Monte Carlo are some of the most exquisite in the world.
The world famous Monte Carlo casino is the scene of several James Bond movies including 'GoldenEye' and 'Never Say Never Again.'
The Sky Mirror, by British artist Anish Kapoor, consists of a concave mirror in highly polished stainless steel located directly in front of the casino.
Overlooking the tiny principality, The Prince's Palace of Monaco is the daily scene of the changing of the guard performed promptly at 11:55AM.
High atop "The Rock", a 459 tall monolith overlooking Monaco, the palace grounds afford sweeping birds-eye views of Monte Carlo.
Modern skyscrapers and world class hotels overlook Monte Carlo harbor.
The Cathedral of Monaco, dedicated in 1875, is today a major point of pilgrimage to the burial place of Princess Grace.
The Tomb of Princess Grace: Inside the cathedral, tourists pay homage to Hollywood actress Grace Kelly who married Monaco's Prince Ranier in a storybook wedding in 1956.
'Gratia Patricia' - Driving a serpentine road down a mountainside in 1982, Princess Grace died of injuries a day later and was buried in the Grimaldi family vault.
Monaco's Oceanographic Museum is another top attraction highlighting tropical and French Riviera flora and fauna.
At Monaco's Oceanographic Museum lies a living Mediterranean coral reef viewed through windows 30 centimeters thick.