Monaco Guide

Monaco Guide

Country data

Location: Western Europe

Time zone: CET

Total area: 2 km²

Land area: 2 km²

Water area: 0 km²

Length of the state border: 6 km

including: France: 6 km

Coastline: 4 km

Capital: Monaco

Electric current: 220 V / 50 Hz

Telephone code: 00 377 (Source: Allcitycodes)

Highest point: Mont Agel 140 m


Population: approx. 30,500 residents (Countryaah, 2021)

Population growth: 0% per year

Population density (residents per km²): 15,250

Life expectancy: 86 (male), 94 (female)

Official language: French


  • 90% Roman Catholic
  • 10% other


Monaco has a mild Mediterranean climate.

The summer months are warm with temperatures between 20 ° C and 25 ° C.

In winter the frost line is rarely reached. The average temperature here is around 7 ° C.


Currency / finance

Currency unit: € / Euro (EUR)

Division: 1 € = 100 cents

ATMs: Available (credit card + PIN number).

International credit cards: These are accepted by many hotels and shops.

Regulations: Foreign and national currencies can be imported and exported in unlimited amounts.

Customs regulations

The following may be carried duty-free:

  • 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 100 cigarillos or 250 g tobacco
  • 1 liter of alcoholic beverages
  • small amounts of perfume

(Information applies to people aged 18 and over)

Tourists and people in transit can bring items of personal use with them duty-free.

Travel advice

There is currently no country-specific safety notice for Monaco.


The strongest industries are financial services, gambling and tourism.

Industries: building materials, chemistry, finance, paper processing, tourism

Natural resources: none

Land use:

  • Usable land: 0%
  • Grain cultivation: 0%
  • Pasture area: 0%
  • Forests: 0%
  • other: 100%


The original vegetation of Monaco no longer exists. The many parks are all artificially planted. Mainly grass and flower species from Europe can be seen.

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