The Principality of Monaco, a tiny republic on the French Riviera, is home to the District of Monte Carlo, a well-known tourist destination. It has the name of Charles III of Monaco, who was in charge of remaking the region into a premier resort area in the late 19th century.

The district's breathtaking sea view, which can be appreciated from a number of points including La Rousse, Monaco Ville, and Roquebrune Cap Martin, is one of its most notable attractions. The area's numerous opulent hotels, upscale stores, and restaurants are beautifully situated against this stunning landscape.

The neighbourhood is home to a number of well-known attractions, including the Charles Garnier-designed Monte Carlo Casino, which was erected in the 19th century. This well-known landmark has appeared in a lot of movies and television series. The Monte Carlo Country Club, the Oceanographic Museum, the Grimaldi Forum, and the Café de Paris are a few further noteworthy sites.

The city is separated into a number of areas, including the Carlo District, which is the most upscale and has some of the most opulent homes and hotels. La Condamine, the district's business hub and home to a number of upscale shops, eateries, and cafés, is another important area.

The Monte Carlo District has long been the playground of the affluent and famous. Louis II, the Prince of Monaco who built many of the neighbourhood's most recognizable landmarks, formerly lived there. Celebrities, affluent businessmen, and visitors continue to flock to the area today to take advantage of its opulent amenities, breathtaking beauty, and fascinating history.

There are more attractions in Monte Carlo besides the opera and the Monte Carlo Casino (more on them below). The district of Monte Carlo  is home to a wide variety of more fascinating locations.