Luxury Shopping in Monaco

Monaco’s international attractiveness as a place to live and to invest is due equally to the unparalleled quality of its lifestyle than it is due to its sunny climate or its favorable social and economic environment. This international appeal can also be seen in the collection of the world’s most luxurious fashion brands nestled in the Principality.

They say the best things come in small packages – this can’t be more apt to describe Monaco. The country of winding and charming streets makes any pedestrian stop and admire the beautiful articles on display: from sparkling jewels to refined aromas leading you to the best perfumeries. All of a sudden, this small country bursts like a box of sophisticated and alluring surprises, offering options for shopping in boutiques in every other corner.

Place du Casino

The centre of it all, the Casino Square or the Place du Casino, gathers luxury boutiques all around, making the shopping experience even more illustrious. Shoppers can even enjoy personal butler services, to have their shopping hauls delivered back to the hotel, so that you can continue to shop at ease.

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Metropole Shopping Centre

For a refined shopping experience, visit the Metropole Shopping Centre. Located opposite the gardens of the Casino de Monte-Carlo, 80 stores spread elegantly within three floors of the building, illuminated by the majestic chandelier in the heart of the complex that can be admired from any floor.

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La Condamine Shopping Street

To continue the shopping journey, find yourself wandering between Rue Grimaldi, Rue Millo and Rue Terazzani. L’espace commercial de la Condamine or La Condamine Shopping Centre is the most diverse in the Principality. Its many shops are waiting just for you. The pedestrian area of Rue Princesse Caroline will allow you to buy in complete peace, in a place where pedestrians have overtaken cars. The district houses shops with very varied concepts: accessible style shops such as Ba&sh, Sandro, Maje, etc., or the Automobile Club de Monaco shop where you can buy souvenirs related to motor sports.

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