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Kelly  Smith
by Kelly Smith

Monaco luxury car Hire

It may have a population of less than 40,000 but with more millionaires per square inch than possibly any other location in the world; Monaco sits snugly or even smugly at the foot of the Alps with the blue waters of the Mediterranean lapping at its sandy shores between the French and Italian Rivera. With yachts almost as big as the not-quite one-mile square principality itself, luxurious hotels and famous casinos, the tax haven of Monaco is still very much the playground of the world’s rich and famous and probably one of the most popular places to rent a supercar or luxury saloon. We have a huge choice of Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini and Mercedes luxury vehicles available for rent.

Monaco is a place where sitting behind the wheel of a supercar, anchoring a luxury yacht in the harbour or flying in by helicopter, is par for the course although it is worth arriving by train just to experience the station’s palatial and futuristic design. Despite its small size, there are a host of attractions including, of course, the world-famous Monte Carlo Casino, the Princeís Palace (time it right to watch the changing of the guard), and the Salle Garnier opera house, not to mention the Monaco Formula One Grand Prix, the world’s most famous street race.

What to do in Monaco

As locations in Europe go, a visit to Monaco is one of sheer indulgence. You could easily while away the hours meandering through its picturesque streets, sipping cocktails overlooking the harbour, celebrity spotting in some of the world’s top hotels or shopping for designer labels at elegant boutiques in Cercle d’Or. Take a road trip along the coast and if your luxury rental vehicle is a convertible, roof down driving is a must as you luxuriate in the grandeur of the French Rivera, or, as the French themselves call it, the Côte d’Azur. Formula 1 Grand Prix - The very first Monaco Grand Prix was held in 1929, opt for one of the 3,000 seats or find a viewpoint in the hillside grounds just below the palace.

Monte Carlo Casino - Whilst gambling may no longer be its main source of income, a visit to Monaco is not complete without a trip to its most famous casino. Monte Carlo Opera - As if to underline its class, etiquette and exclusivity, the 19th century architect Charles Garnier, who designed the Paris Opera House, was commissioned to build Monaco’s Opera House.

Oceanographic Museum

World renowned for its research, the institute was headed up by Jacques Cousteau for several years. Royal Palace Tours – The seat of the House of Grimaldi, rulers of Monaco since 1297, and don’t miss the vintage car collection of Prince Rainier III, a fitting homage to Monaco’s motoring heritage. Saint Nicolas Cathedral - Princess Grace, as Grace Kelly, married Prince Rainer here in 1956 and it is also the final resting place of them both.

Getting Around Monaco

The best way to enter Monaco has to be sweeping down from the Alps behind the wheel of an Aston Martin in typical James Bond style and if a supercar is your mode of transport, the urge to pose around town will possibly prove too much, our advice is to embrace and enjoy.

Not surprisingly, there are plenty of car parks here but make sure you choose an official space as there are also a multitude of police officers all too eager to redress the most minor of transgressions. Monaco is so small – two miles long and almost half-a-mile wide, everything is in walking distance although a few paces inland and the inclines start due to its proximity to the Alps. Opt for the street lifts, there are seven located at key points although a lesser-known eighth takes you to Monaco-Ville on the Rock, when the going proves a little too steep. Monaco isn’t without its traditional seaside touches; the Azur Express tourist train from the Oceanographic Museum allows you to see all the highlights in half-an-hour.

Behind the wheel of your hire car, be it a 4x4 or an Aston Martin Volante, we recommend heading to Nice before turning inland to Saint-Paul de Vence and taking in Antibes and Cannes further along the coast.

Popular Luxury Car Rentals Monaco

We have a great selection of Supercar rentals in Monaco including brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche, Aston Martin and Bugatti. For luxury saloon rentals in Monaco choose from brands like Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Range Rover.