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By Foot — Aside from two very steep hills, the world’s second-smallest country is pedestrian-friendly. Hardy local Jean-Marc Ferrie at Monaco Rando (www.monaco-rando.com; tel. 06-30-12-57-03) organizes guided hikes around his hometown from 12€ per person with an interpreter in-tow.

By Taxi -- Taxis wait outside Monaco train station, or call tel. 08-20-20-98-98.

By Public Transport — CAM (www.cam.mc; tel. 97-70-22-22) runs buses inside the Principality. Lines nos. 1 and 2 link Monaco-Ville with the casino area. CAM’s solar-powered shuttle boat hops between the banks of Monaco’s port every 20 minutes. The ride is great for kids and connects the casino area with foot of Monaco-Ville. All CAM tickets cost 2€.

By Open-Top Bus — Monaco–Le Grand Tour (www.monacolegrandtour.com; tel. 97-70-26-36) open-top minibuses allows visitors to hop-on and hop-off at the Principality’s 12 main sights. Day passes cost 22€ adults; 8€ children between 4 and 11; free children 3 and under.

 

By Electric Car — It may be the land of the gas-guzzling Grand Prix, but Monaco is a global pioneer in green technology and is justly proud of its eco-credentials. Join the club with Mobee (www.mobee.mc), Monaco’s sexy car-sharing service based around the Renault Twizy, a super-tiny electric car. Prices are 30€ per hour or 75€ for 3 hr.—enough time to whiz to some secret beaches and all the Monaco sights. These electric cars enjoy complimentary parking in 14 public spaces across Monaco, with distribution points highlighted on an app. 

By Luxury Car — Of course, nothing shouts Monaco more than a rented Ferrari California (1,100€ per day) or a Lamborghini Huracan (1,600€ per day). Reserve your ride with Elite Rentacar (www.eliterent.com; tel. 97-77-17-37).

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.