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Flights to Monaco

The tiny city-state of Monaco is less than a square mile in size and is known around the world for its glamorous casinos and luxurious vacations. While Monaco does not have its own airport, Nice Cote D'Azur Airport is just 11 miles away in neighboring France. Connections to Monaco are available from around the US, usually with a layover in another European city.

Which is the main airport in Monaco?

There is no airport in Monaco. The closest airport is Nice Cote D'Azur Airport in France. The Nice Airport Express shuttle bus picks up passengers at both airport terminals and travels to Monaco in under an hour.

Which airlines offer flights to Monaco?

Austrian, Finnair, Norwegian, and British Airways are among the many airlines that offer flights to Monaco. All flights require at least one change, which is usually in the airline's home country. Swiss, Lufthansa, and Air Canada operate some of the fastest flights from the east coast of the US, with just over nine hours of flying time. From the west coast, flights with Delta and American Airlines take over 12 hours.

Why travel by plane to Monaco?

Flying is the best option for traveling to Monaco from the US. Flights usually involve one layover and a total of between nine and twelve hours of flying time. With regular buses from Nice Airport to Monaco, it is easy to reach in under an hour.

Before you travel to Monaco by plane - good to know!

Although it is the second smallest country in the world, Monaco has a big reputation. From stylish yachts on the French Riviera to opulent casinos and the heart-pumping Formula One street race, Monaco is world-famous. The Jardin Exotique is a stunning cliffside garden that features the world's largest collection of cacti and succulents. Incredible views over Monaco add to the appeal of this natural wonderland. Monaco Cathedral has a Romanesque-Byzantine design dating back to 1875 and is a vision in white stone, featuring an altarpiece by Louis Bréa from 1500 and a Carrara white marble throne.

The Line 110 Airport Express bus departs from Nice Airport every 30-60 minutes between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. The N100 shuttle bus runs on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and the eve of holidays. Departing every 90 minutes between 10:00 p.m. and 2:30 a.m., the bus takes around 40 minutes to reach Monaco.

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