This stop is located on the North quay of the Port Hercule, opposite the large yachts. During the Monaco Grand Prix, you will find yourself exactly within the famous chicane where the formula 1 cars have to brake hard, having reached 250 kmph when leaving the tunnel.
From this stop you can take the boat bus that takes you from the other side of the port, to the foot of the old town, very close to the cruise terminal.
A few hundred metres from here you can also walk to the magnificent terraces of the Casino, taking the lifts located at the entrance to the tunnel.
Located close the Portier car park, from this stop you can visit the Japanese Garden and the Grimaldi Forum.
On the boundary between MONACO and Beausoleil, from this stop you can visit the beaches, the Sporting or the hotel Monte-Carlo Bay.
NEW NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MONACO Open every day from 11.00 to 19.00 (summer) and from 10.00 to 18.00 (winter).
You have now arrived in the Monte-Carlo district. Stop here to visit the Place du casino, where you can admire the luxury cars or have a glass of something at the Café de Paris.
Grimaldi / SNCF
Nearby attraction and points of interest: SNCF railway station, Condamine Market. Useful information: If you arrive in Monaco by train, you can join the bus at this Stop.
Place du Palais
This is the first stop on the famous Rocher [Rock]. This is where there is the changing of the Guard every day at 12.00 .
Spend some time strolling through the alleys and backstreets of Monaco-Ville and discover the magnificent views it will offer you.
A monumental jewel that was the concept of this visionary Prince who saw it in his own terms as a “Palace”, The oceanographic museum is one of the showpieces of the identity of the country.
With world-renowned expertise, the Museum presents over 6000 species of fish in their faithfully constructed natural setting. All collected in one place, you can discover the fantastic species of the Mediterranean, the incredible diversity of the inhabitants of a living coral reef, and the monumental 400,000 litre shark lagoon.
Roseraie Princesse Grace
The landscaped park and Princess Grace rose garden.
Palm trees, olive trees and plant species from throughout the world border a small lake offering pedestrians four hectares of walks in an environment of exquisite calm, fragrant with the four thousand rose plants in the Roseraie Princesse Grace whose 150 varieties rival each other in colours and perfumes.
Stade Louis II
The Fontvieille district, part of which is built over the sea, is home to the Stade Louis II / Louis II Stadium. This magnificent sports complex stands out with its elegant and bold architecture.
Its multiple installations and the quality of its equipment make it a special venue for international competitions.
Princesse Stéphanie (Rascasse)
It is in the boulevard Albert 1er that the Formula 1 starting line sees off the racing cars in the Monaco Grand Prix.
If you arrive in the Principality of Monaco by sea, we have a stop at the cruise terminal, immediately upon disembarking from the boat.
The price can vary according to visit date and time selected.
This climb departs as the day closes. Get the best of both worlds as you soak up the day’s disappearing light while the moon takes its nightshift.
5 Things you need to know before your climb
Health & Safety
Your health and safety is important: If you are pregnant or have any pre-existing health conditions you may need to provide a doctor’s Certificate of Fitness note before you climb. You must have a blood-alcohol reading below 0.05 to climb (the same as if you are driving). You will be asked to complete a BridgeClimb Declaration Form before your Climb. Please be honest about your health so we can ensure your wellbeing is not at risk. All discussions will be confidential.
How should you prepare for your Climb: Ensure that you have eaten before your Climb and you’re well-hydrated – the experience can last up to 3 ½ hours. Wear comfortable, enclosed rubber-soled shoes such as running, sport or hiking shoes and don’t forget your sunglasses. It is recommend to wear comfortable clothing. You will be equipped with everything else you need for your Climb! Ensure you arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled Climb time to allow enough time to check in.
All your personal belongings can be stored in lockers, including cameras: there are FREE secure lockers for you to keep your personal belongings in, including phones, cameras and GoPros. The Climb Leaders will capture photos of you during your Climb. For safety and security reasons, cameras, video technology and mobile devices are prohibited on the Climb.
You must be 8 years old and 1.2 metres in height, or taller: Children aged 8 to 15 must be accompanied by and are the responsibility of an adult, with a maximum of three children per adult.
Climbs operate in all weather conditions: You will equipped with all the gear you need to keep you dry, but remember to bring your own shoes, which should be enclosed, like running shoes. In case of extreme weather conditions like electrical storms or during times of extremely high wind, Climbs may be postponed.
Experience a romantic sunset from the most scenic spot in Santorini at Oia.
Sail on a traditional wooden boat and tour the islands of the Caldera!
Return bus transfers from Fira Central Square.
Bus Transfers in Oia
Boat transfers from Athinios Port to Nea Kameni, Palea Kameni, Thirassia and Oia
Free time to explore the volcano
Swimming time at the hot springs
2 hours stay at Thirassia
Sailing near the caldera in Oia
Free time in Oia for the sunset experience
Entrance fees to the volcano (around €2)
The bus leaves from the offices in the town of Fira and transfers you to the port of Athinios.
The boat departs from the old port of Fira and heads towards the volcanic island of Nea Kameni, which lies just 10 minutes away from the bay of Fira. The boat will remain there for 1 hour 15 mins. This gives you plenty of time to walk up to the volcano’s active craters and take photos- it takes about 20 mins. It is worth reaching the top to experience the smoke evaporating and the sulfur's intense smell, when you scratch the volcano’s surface.
The next stop is the island of Palaia Kameni where the Hot Springs are located. The boat anchors a few meters outside the small bay of Agios Nikolaos, it lowers down a ladder in the water and you will have 30 mins for a revitalising swim! You can swim a distance of about 30 meters into the famous mud baths of Palaia Kameni which are believed to have beneficial abilities for skin and other diseases. The water temperature is 30-35 degrees Celsius, but it is constantly mixed with sea water.
The island of Thirassia is the next destination of your sailing tour, where you will have 2 hours free time to swim in the crystal waters of Korfos or to taste the local dishes in one of the traditional taverns.You can walk or take a donkey ride to the nearby picturesque village of Manolas with its narrow streets - the view from there to Santorini is definitely worth a visit.
The journey reaches its peak at Oia. During the boat ride to the port of Oia, you will experience sailing near the volcanic cliffs for a chance to capture with your camera the unique landscape. At the port, you will disembark and you will go up the 275 steps or ride a donkey to meet your bus that will take you to the village of Oia. There you will have free time to walk through the narrow streets, take pictures of the mesmerizing scenery and watch the famous sunset. Right after the sunset the bus will take you back to Fira Central Square.
You should bring with you:
Comfortable shoes (sport shoes/rubber sole)
Light summer clothes (shorts/T-shirts)
Sunblock cream and hat
Bathing suit and towel
A jacket for the evening (it gets breezy)
Cash for the entrance fees to the volcano, the drinks on board and the cable car or donkey ride