Temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, the Casino de Monte-Carlo has announced it will be reopening its doors to the public for guided tours from August 3rd.
While visitors can currently discover the atrium and the Renaissance Room of the Casino de Monte-Carlo for free, more complete tours have up until now been on hold due to the pandemic. But, this will soon be a thing of the past — the Principality’s iconic establishment has announced it will resume its guided tours from Monday August 3rd.
Visits between 10 am and 12.30 pm
The Casino can be visited between 10am and 12:30pm every day, the tours costing €17 for an adult visit accompanied by an audioguide. The price also includes a drink, meal or a gambling token. Due to the current health crisis, wearing a mask will be mandatory. For more details about visits to the Casino, the required dress code or the building’s history, refer to our article which explains all you need to know before going to the Casino de Monte-Carlo.
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