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Saint Nicholas Cathedral

4 Rue Colonel Bellando Castro, Monaco-Ville 98000, Monaco
+377 93 30 87 70
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4 Rue Colonel Bellando Castro, Monaco-Ville 98000, Monaco
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Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Unlike many Cathedrals in Europe this is not over the top with altars and excesses. It is charmingly beautiful. The sight of both the wedding and funerals of Princess Grace and Prince Rainier it is also their final resting place. Be sure to circle the...More

Thank retiree2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a beautiful cathedral from the outside. What makes this place famous is that it is the resting ground for Grace Kelly and her King. Worth visiting if you are here.

Thank JustLoveToFly
Reviewed 16 April 2017

So amazing to have a cathedral of this size and beauty standing in Monaco. A well-worth visit and an interesting history. - VeloceInternational.com

Thank ratearestaurant
Reviewed 27 March 2017 via mobile

What an incredible sight to behold. The stone work inside and outside of the cathedral is a sight to behold. The tomb of Princess Grace inside the Cathedral was a plus.

Thank Peggyjneely
Reviewed 16 March 2017

There are many churches on the Riviera well worth a visit. This isn't among them. It's a bulky, bombastic, tribute to ill-gotten money, as tasteless and ugly as the rest of the boil on the backside of Europe that is Monaco. It's a sort of...More

1  Thank neilmack
Reviewed 14 March 2017 via mobile

Took a train ride from Nice to visit Monaco and The Cathedral was one of our places of interest. Quite beautiful and a lovely last resting place for Prince Rainnier and Princess Grace of Monaco. Well worth a visit.

Thank Maria C
Reviewed 9 March 2017

you can find most of Monaco recent history buried there. if you try to understand a place go visit churches and cathedrals.

Thank Doru R
Reviewed 1 March 2017

The only highlight was saw what looked like a super model finishing her prayers but other than that, too clean and modern to be interesting.

Thank David S
Reviewed 22 February 2017

A different Cathedral to many, guess the main reason we were taken there was to see the last resting place of Princess Grace and the King of Monaco. This is more modern than most, but very well looked after too.

1  Thank turoar
Reviewed 19 February 2017

The cathedral is lovely but not "old" as in the rest of Europe, so it felt a little surreal with the painted on stones and mortar. There are niches along both sides with stained glass windows and statues of the saints, these are quite nice....More

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