Monaco or Monte-Carlo city offers a high living quality to its citizen with a wonderful landscape, a light taxation system and very modern infrastructures. Monaco is also a very dynamic city, hyper connected to the world with several headquarters and decision centers. Since the XIX century, Monaco is visited by the English gentry and has become since this era a popular place for the worldwide elite. There are many reasons why you should come and live in Monaco and you can find below the main ones:
Monaco residents are not subject to tax on their worldwide incomes and wealth. See our specific page on Monaco’s taxation system for more information. More
The Principality is one of the safest and most secure places on the earth, with a very low crime rate and an efficient police.
The luxurious real estate market of Monaco is flourishing and dynamic. It is the home of some of the most luxurious properties in the world. The recently built Odeon Tower has been named by the New York Post as the hottest place to live in the world. See our specific page on Monaco’s real estate market for more information. More
Monaco is located on the Mediterranean coast, between the French and Italian Riviera with the Alps on its back. The landscapes are wonderful.
The weather in Monaco is very soft with mild and sunny winters and long summer cooled by the sea. The weather has always been some attractive features for the city, and it still remain one of the best place to live in the south of Europe.
Monaco is the ideal place to create a business. The city is perfectly located to travel to most European and American cities. The Principality is just 30 minutes away from Nice Cote d’Azur Airport, France’s second largest airport and a hub for international flights. The city has also its own business angels “MonacoTech”, co-financed by the tycoon Xavier Niel.
There are several excellent schools located in Monaco with both French and English-speaking classes, such as the Lycée Albert Ier or the International School of Monaco. The American University is also known world-wide and offers an excellent MBA program.
The health care in Monaco is excellent, with a number of private and public hospitals. Several worldwide known doctors have settled in Monaco and offering their services there.
Music, theatre, and performances: From the orchestra to the grand opera house with a circus and the ballet company of Monaco, it is the center of many performances and world know spectacles. Monaco is also the house of several popular artists.
Word-wide ATP Tennis tournament, the Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters takes place each April at the prestigious Country Club of Monaco. You can come and enjoy the best tennis players in the world playing on the sunny ground of Monaco.
Every end of May, Monaco transforms itself into one of the most famous and hardest Formula 1 track. You should book your tickets early in order to enjoy the race car weaves in and out in the Monegasque streets maze.
Every year in January, takes place the International Circus Festival under the Monegasque Big Top in Fontvieille. It is an unavoidable moment for the circus enthusiasts. They will see the most beautiful spectacles of the world. Shivers and smiles are guaranteed for everyone.
Built in the XII’s century by the Republic of Genoa, the Monaco palace sits on the rock at almost 60 meters above the sea. Since 1297, it has been the house of the Monegasque Family. The palace is open to visit during the whole year.
The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco was inaugurated in 1889 by the Prince Albert 1st of Monaco. This museum is dedicated to the sea and is the most beautiful and greatest museum of the Mediterranean region.
The Japanese Garden of Monaco is a haven of place, away from the Monegasque dynamic way of life. It is open during the whole year, and it shows a hint of the finest Japanese art of garden.
Despite the limited size of the territory of Monaco, each of its districts has something different and unique. From Fontvielle to the Larvotto, very different lifestyle and architectures can be observed throughout the city.
are the most famous districts of the Principality of Monaco. They are the golden center of luxury at the heart of Monaco. There you can find several iconic places such as the Place du Casino, the famous Hotel de Paris, the luxury shopping center “Le Metropole” but also sumptuous buildings such as the Park Palace and the Mirabeau. The real-estate prices are some of the most expensive in the world and can reach up to 100.000 EUR/sqm.
is located in the eastern part of the principality of Monaco. It is the district of the Monte-Carlo Country Club and you will also find our real estate agency there. It is home to prestigious buildings such as the Monte Carlo Sun, Parc Saint Roman, Tour de l’Annonciade, le Chateau Perigord and the brand-new Tour Odeon. It is also the largest district of the principality with the most inhabitants. Several construction projects such as Testimonio II, the Girofée Tower and a new shopping center are turning this residential district into one of the trendiest districts in Monaco.
is the district of the beaches and is located at the border with Roquebrune-Cap-Martin. It is home of famous hotels and night clubs such as the Monte-Carlo Bay, the Méridien and the Jimmy’z. You will also find there the quiet and relaxing Japanese garden just in front of the Grimaldi Forum. The undergoing great offshore extension named La Anse du Portier is being built just in front of the Grimaldi Forum and will offers new apartments, a marina and several public spaces.
is home to the old medieval city with the Prince’s Palace, the Government, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum. The apartments here are distinctive and full of history, with amazing views over Monaco and the sea. The gardens surrounding the Rocher are fantastic and offer a beautiful view over Monaco and the sea.
These two districts offer you the old charm of a shopping district with La Rue Grimaldi and its stores. These two districts are very alive with the pedestrian area of Rue Princesse Caroline and the quays at the port with many bars and restaurants. Some buildings like the Palais Heracles, Ermanno Palace and Shangri-La give you an exceptional view of the Monaco Grand Prix. And the famous clubs and restaurants such as La Rascasse, Le Before, le Stars and bar will offer you crazy nights during the big events in Monaco.
This district is the southernmost ward in the Principality of Monaco. It was developed by an Italian architect, Manfredi Nicoletti, between the 1970s and the 1990s. It includes Stadium Louis II, a marina, some beautiful and luxurious buildings such as the Seaside Plaza, Terrasses du Port and the Eden Star.
These districts overlook the Principality of Monaco and the apartments there offer fantastic view over the city and the sea. Many residents looking for a quite place to live in Monaco favor these two districts that are located in the back from the hottest spots of the city. They are also home of the exotic garden with its plants coming from all around the word as well as the place, where the prestigious hospital Princess Grace offer its high quality medical services is located. Beautiful buildings such as the Les Ligures, Patio Palace and Harbour Light Palace are located there and offer the most amazing panoramic view over Monaco and the sea.
If you want to enjoy the great living quality that Monaco offers to its residents, you can apply to obtain the resident permit of the principality and settle there. You will thus be able to take advantage of the great and unique features that only Monaco can offer in the word.
Our real estate agency offers assistance services for relocation in Monaco. Do not hesitate to contact us. We would be more than happy to help you and your family to choose an apartment to live as will as assisting you with all the administrative processes.