Μονακό – Buses and Public Transportation

Μονακό – Buses and Public Transportation

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Monaco public transport is supplied is served by bus and boat bus. Car pooling (covoiturage) serves a similar purpose. Buses and trains connect the Principality to France and Italy.

Bus Services in Monaco: There are five bus routes in Monaco, all operated by Cie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM). There are 143 bus stops through the Principality.

Cie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM)

At:  3 Avenue du Président JF Kennedy, 98000 Monaco (Tel: +377 97 70 22 22 / Fax: +377 97 70 22 23)

Routes: Line 1: Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Saint Roman and return, Line 2: Monaco Ville, Monte-Carlo, Exotic Garden and return, Line 4: Railway station, Monte-Carlo, Larvotto beaches and return,Line 5: Railway station, Fontvieille, Hospital and return,Line 6: Larvotto beaches, Fontvieille and return . Busses run from approximately 07:00-21:00 seven days a week although there is a reduced service at the weekends.

Tickets and boarding: Discount ticket books are available for long term users of the Monaco bus service. Daily and weekly discount passes are also available (specifically for tourists). There are special tariffs for school children. Children under five travel free.Tickets for single trips can be bought from the conductor on the bus. Travel cards for up to eight journeys are also available on board. All other tickets can be bought from the CAM office: At: 3 Avenue du Président JF Kennedy, 98000 Monaco.

On boarding, the tickets must be validated in the machine at the front of the bus. Passengers keep their ticket for the entire journey. Board the bus at the front door and alight from the back doors, unless instructed to do otherwise by the conductor.

Night bus (Bus de Nuit):The Bus de nuit runs from 21:20-01:20 except Friday and Saturdays when it continues until 04:00 taking in all major stops.

Boat bus (Bateau bus)The Bateau Bus (also run by CAM) is an electric-powered boat shuttle that connects the Quai des Etats-Unis to the cruise terminal with regular runs from 08:00-19:50, daily. The port crossing takes 10 minutes. Rates are the same as for buses in the Principality, with single tickets, tourist day-passes and ticket books (carnet) of 10 tickets available for regular commuters; travel is free for children under seven years. Full details on the website, in English. CAM Bateau bus , Tel: +377 97 70 22 22

Taxis: There are several taxi ranks in Monaco:

  • Avenue de Monte-Carlo (near the Casino)
  • Fontvieille, next to Hôtel Colombus
  • The railway station
  • The hospital
  • Avenue Princesse Grace (next to Hôtel Beach Plaza)
  • Sporting d’été
  • The Métropole, Avenue de la Madone
  • Next to the Monte Carlo Grand Hôtel, Avenue des Spélugues
  • In the port on Avenue Président J.F. Kennedy and Nouvelle Digue
  • Next to the post office in Square Beaumarchais

A minibus taxi service for groups (8-13 places) is available at:

  • The railway station
  • In the port at Nouvelle Digue

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