Just before arrival, an announcement will be made once the train is about to stop inside the Monaco Train Station, you will know when you are at the platform because of all the light bulbs on the curved ceiling seem like stars in the sky.
Gare de Monaco
Gare de Monaco is one very clean and very efficient train station that is a cinch to navigate. If this is your first time in Monaco and you have no set destinations while there, just take any one of the three exits.
Once out of the train station, if you decide to take a bus to your destination, there are five bus routes in Monaco, all operated by Cie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM).
There is no main bus station but there are 143 bus stops through the Principality. Considering Monaco only has an area just under two kilometers, finding a bus and figuring out where they go will not be a problem, everything is straightforward and clearly marked.
If taxis are one way you want to get around, they are also readily available, usually outside any large hotel and around the main port.
Have you ever had a helicopter ride? Treat yourself and take in some of the most breathtaking scenery of your life, well worth the experience and flights leave right from the heart of the principality.
Heli Air Monaco
Monte Carlo - Monaco is one of the smallest cities in the world in terms of area so walking and taking in the surroundings of the many major tourist attractions, shopping centers, bars, restaurants and international hotels are all within reach.
With Monaco being built on different levels, if walking you’ll come across public passage ways that will lead you to elevators that can take you a street or two closer to your destination, just look for the public access signage.
I have used all these modes of public transit system in the past in Monaco without problem. I hope these hints on how to get around the Principality of Monaco can help you with your visit.