Population and geography
Monaco, ideally located on the edge of the Mediterranean, adjoining the Alpes Martimes department, PACA region.
Second smallest state in the world in area after the Vatican.
Its population is 37,308 inhabitants in 2016.
The neighboring municipalities of Monaco are: Beausoleil, Roquebrune Cap Martin, Cap d´ail and la Turbie. Menton is also very close to Monaco.
Monaco is served by the A500 motorway.
The urban transport network of the agglomeration is made up of bus lines.
The rail network links Monaco to the following cities, among others: Paris, Nice, Marseille, Turin, Rome, Milan or Moscow.
The city also has its heliport, and is also located 20km from Nice International Airport.
Monaco’s economy, with the highest per capita GNP in the world.
The main business sectors are: industry with chemistry, cosmetology and pharmacy, tourism also with its large hotels and casino and finally real estate with its dizzying prices making it the second most expensive city in the world .
The city is home to all the most beautiful brands in the world.
The city does not have a very large higher education offer, despite there are some secondary and higher establishments.
Hotels and restaurants
There are 170 restaurants in Monaco with an average budget of € 30. In addition, there are more than 2,500 rooms and suites, which cost an average of € 300 per night.