This seems interesting is there any contact info to arrange this before hand? Sapphire 15:43, 16 Apr 2005 (EDT)
The heliport is in Fontvieille, not Monte Carlo. (Big difference if you're walking around with suitcases, looking for it.) Changed.
There is a very good link that comes out the Fairmont Monte Carlo (formerly Lowe's) that has many Monaco eateries. It goes to a third party supplier of "top ten" venues, don't know if that can be listed. You can get there by going to: http://www.fairmont.com/montecarlo and clicking on "Travel Tools" under "Destination Guide."Seth1066 00:46, 11 April 2007 (EDT)
I've merged the contents of the article for Monte Carlo into this article; it just doesn't make sense to treat them as separate entities. So this should be one of the rare country articles with specific Eat/Sleep/Drink listings (which neither article had yet). - Todd VerBeek 10:01, 2 June 2007 (EDT)
Hi all. I've spent some time fleshing out this article and writing reviews for the restaurants, bars and hotels, and while its good, its made the lack of images in this article more noticeable. How do we upload images on to an article? Has anyone found any good ones of Monte Carlo/Monaco? Thanks. --MarinaK 20:17, 27 October 2008 (EDT)MarinaK.
I have drawn and uploaded a Monaco "country" map. It would not be difficult for someone who knows Monaco well to convert this into a city map with a key, icons for attractions, hotels, main street names etc.--Burmesedays 01:15, 11 April 2010 (EDT)
Location of country
Italy is not on Monaco's eastern border. Monaco is surrounded by France on all sides except the Mediterranean side. Italy is about 6 miles away. Changed.
Largest wine cellar?
The article lists two restaurants in the "Splurge" section, the first supposedly has the world's largest wine cellar with 250,000 bottles...however the other restaurant is listed as having 600,000 available...is the latter a typo? Which one has more? Traveller461452 (talk) 20:31, 20 June 2016 (EDT)