The Grimaldi Forum in Monaco is a conference centre located on the seafront of Monaco's Larvotto district.
10 Avenue Princesse Grace
Principality of Monaco
SPORTEL: +377 93 10 40 60
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Getting to Monaco
The International Airport Nice Côte d’Azur is the closest airport to Monaco.
It takes about 30-45 minutes to get to Monaco by road, (via the A8 motorway).
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Average price from the International Nice Côte-d'Azur Airport to Monaco / Monte-Carlo is €100.
Taxi service in Monaco: +377 93 15 01 01
Join the Grimaldi Forum (10 avenue Princesse Grace - 98000 Monaco – Principality of Monaco) by car and park in one of the Monaco Parkings nearby: Grimaldi Forum, Larvotto, Louis II, Portier, Larvotto, Testimonio.
If you have an electric vehicle, you can park at the public parking located under the Grimaldi Forum. Charging your vehicle will be free of charge.
Regular and reliable 24/7 shuttles from and to the airport. Regular line N°110 connects Nice Côte-d'Azur Airport to Monaco within 30 minutes by the motorway. The journey is direct with no changes.
Check the schedule here
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Once registered, check your discount code in the “MySportel” account and benefit from reduced rates.
SNCF Voyageurs (the French railway company) is committed to the ecological transition through several initiatives and encourages passengers to choose environmentally responsible transportation.
The closest railway station to the airport is Nice Saint-Augustin, which is located 1.3 km from Nice Airport. Tramway line 2 has stops at terminals 1 and 2. From there, it is a five-minute tram ride to the “Grand Arenas” stop with TER line 04 which is an eight-minute walk from Saint-Augustin station (see timetables)
The main line SNCF train from Marseille-Saint-Charles to Ventimiglia stops at Saint-Augustin station (airport closest station) with the journey between the two stops taking around 34 minutes. CO2 footprint for this journey: 0.62 kg per passenger.
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BE GREEN and opt for SUSTAINABLE transportation.
FREE buses will run in the Principality for the whole duration of the event.
Find all the information about soft mobility in Monaco, here
Upon your arrival at the airport, opt for a more ecological transport like the bus, train or carpooling to come at SPORTEL:
If your hotel is near Monaco, don't hesitate, and carpool to SPORTEL!
Use the KLAXIT application, the first home-work carpooling application in France! (French speaking available only).
Download the app on Google Play in the App Store
Walking is the best way to explore Monaco. There are numerous public lifts and escalators, allowing you to reach each district within minutes.
MonaBike is the public electric bike hire scheme. There are a total of 390 electrically-assisted bikes spread across Monaco, allowing everyone to take advantage of a unique experience. With a range of up to 60 km, these bikes can be recharged at one of the 42 charging stations dotted around the Principality.
It’s easy! Sing up and use the QR code to pick up your bike and return it to an available station. For more info and rates, download the PBSC app.
Sign up here and download the app on Google Play in the App Store
The Principality’s bus operator, Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco, runs efficient and environmentally-friendly services. Its buses run on diester, a biodiesel fuel that generates fewer greenhouse gas emissions. Some 16 hybrid buses have been rolled out since 2016.
Click here for the latest schedule. Download the app on Google Play in the App Store
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