Principality of Monaco

where the various "short cuts" are. City maps are generally available at most news vendor stands and shops for a small fee.  Take a walk through Monaco-Ville , also known as “le rocher” or “the rock.” Monaco-Ville is still a medieval village at heart and an astonishingly picturesque site. It is made up almost entirely of pedestrian streets and passageways and most previous century houses still remain. There a number of hotels, restaurant and souvenir shops tourists can stay, eat and shop at. You can also visit the Prince's Palace, the Cathedral, the Oceanographic Museum, the City Hall, and the Saint Martin Gardens.  The Palais Princier (Prince's Palace)

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