You'll go to both landmarks of the Principality of Monaco, Old Monaco and Monte Carlo. In Monaco (the Rock) you'll enjoy a guided walking tour of the old town and some free time to explore its colorful arched streets. In Monte Carlo you'll see the outside of the world famous Grand Casino and get free time to explore the area on your own. Transportation is made via privatized city buses so you will avoid all the uphill walks normally necessary to get to these high venues from the respective underground motor coach parking's.
The Grand Principality of Monaco and the magnificent city of Monte Carlo are yours to discover on this excursion.
From the port of Monaco, you will take a privatized city bus (including standing places) for a very short drive to the center of the Old Town of Monaco. Those are the only vehicles allowed to drop off guests there, thus avoiding the normal procession through escalators and elevator.
You'll visit the Rock of Monaco, where your guide will escort you on foot through the Old Quarter. Here you'll explore the vaulted passageways, see the outside façade of the Prince's Palace and stroll through the Palace Square. You'll also visit the 19th century Monaco Romanesque Cathedral, final resting place of the Princess of Monaco, Grace Kelly. Leaving Monaco, your privatized city bus will travel along a portion of the Grand Prix Motor circuit to Monte Carlo and drop you directly at the top of the Casino Square, avoiding you the normal strenuous uphill walk from the underground bus parking of Monte Carlo.
There you will have approximately 30 minutes of free time to explore this landmark and surrounding area. Entrance to the Grand Casino (which only opens in the afternoon) is not included in this tour.
Your privatized bus will then take you back to the pier in Monaco, unless you prefer to stay longer to enjoy lunch at one of the local fancy restaurants and maybe try your luck at the Grand Casino (entrance fees not included) in the afternoon, in which case you will have to make your own way back down to the port.
Note: There will be Approximately 1/2 mile of walking on low incline and cobblestone streets in Monaco with 5-10 steps. Walking at guests' discretion during free time at Casino square of Monte Carlo on relatively flat surfaces with a few steps.