Embassy in India
It is affiliated with french embassy .
Foreign nationals who are permitted to enter metropolitan France for a short visit without a visa are allowed to enter Monaco without a visa.
- Foreign nationals who hold a residence permit issued by a Schengen State are also authorised to enter and stay in Monaco.
- Holders of a valid Schengen visa covering France or a visa with limited territorial validity (LTV) for France are permitted to enter and stay in Monaco.
- Holders of an LTV visa that is not valid for France may not enter Monaco.
- Holders of a Schengen visa should be in a position to produce documents in support of the purpose and conditions of their visit to Monaco.
New Delhi2/50-E Shantipath
New Delhi 110 021
Phone : 91 (11) 4319 6100
Fax : 91 (11) 4319 6119
Bangalore21 Palace Road,
Bangalore 560 052
Phone : +91 80 2214 1200
5th floor Bandra - Kurla Complex
Phone :  (22) 66 69 40 00
Kolkata21C, Raja Santosh Road,
Kolkata - 700 027
Phone : + 91 (0) 33 40 16 32 00
Fax: + 91 (0) 33 40 16 3201/2
Pondichéry2, Marine Street
Phone :  (413) 223 10 00
Indian Embassy in
Paris13-15, Rue Alfred Dehodencq
75016 - Paris, France
Phone : 00 33 1 40 50 70 70
Fax : 00 33 1 40 50 09 96
|Largest Quartier||Monte Carlo|
|Currency||Euro (€) (EUR)|
|Drives on the||right|
|ISO 3166 code||MC|
Monaco is a tiny independent city-state on France’s Mediterranean coastline known for its upscale casinos, yacht-lined harbor and prestigious Grand Prix motor race, which runs through Monaco’s streets once a year. Monte-Carlo, its major district, is home to an elegant belle-époque casino complex and ornate Salle Garnier opera house. It also has many luxe hotels, boutiques, nightclubs and restaurants.
Monaco's only natural resource is fishing
L'International University of Monaco , is a private higher education establishment. The teaching is in English. It offers courses leading to Bachelor's and Master's Degrees and PhDs in the fields of management and finance and in luxury products and services.
Ministerial Decree No. 2013-199 of 10 April 2013 recognising the diplomas awarded by the International University of Monaco (I.U.M. for short) specifies the diplomas awarded by the I.U.M. and recognised by the Monaco government.
L'École Supérieure d'Arts Plastiques , (Monaco Art School) falls under the responsibility of the Mairie de Monaco (Monaco Town Hall), which issues higher education diplomas in art (the DNAP and DNSEP).
The principality of Monaco is a tiny city-state on the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by France, although the Italian Riviera lies a few kilometres farther east.
This is the second smallest independent state in the world (after the Vatican) and is almost entirely urban.
Monaco is best known for Monte Carlo and its Grand Casino, which is a very high class and expensive casino. There are a few other casinos in Monaco that are more casual and typical. The Rock of Monaco, or Monaco-Ville is the old town, with medieval architecture and the Prince's Palace, along with government buildings. Palais Princier (Prince's Palace) is guarded by Carabiners, who are the special guards of the royal family. The changing of the guard ceremony is a nice attraction for visitors, and tours of the palace are also available. The cathedral features Roman and Byzantine architectural influences, and is the final resting place of the royal family.
Monaco has a mild climate throughout the year, the hottest months being July and August, and the coolest being January and February. Rain mostly falls during the cooler winter months and there is an average of only 60 days' rain per year.
he whole day is a relaxed affair with men in slacks or shorts, and shirts or polo T-shirts and women in light dresses, skirt, shorts, or often even bikinis on board yachts. The Monaco Grand Prix (View our Monaco Grand Prix Packages here) is about fun and exhilaration, but if you are watching it on an exclusive balcony, like our Ermanno Penthouse VIP Hospitality, you may want to dress smart casual.