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Magnificent cathedral, built from 1875 to 1901, is the last home of the ruling princes and the Princess Grace of Monaco several important 16th-century paintings are exhibited. Also relics the relics of St. Devote, Patron Saint of the Princely Family...more
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4 Rue Colonel Bellando Castro, Monaco-Ville 98000, Monaco
All reviews beautiful cathedral resting place princess grace and prince rainier grace kelly buried here parish church her husband grimaldi family saint nicholas side chapels white stone byzantine style stained glass light a candle burial site worth a stop carrara marble
There were no queues to enter in June when we visited and entrance was free. It is a dignified and unpretentious and reflects the quiet serenity of true nobility. Our visit only took about 10 - 15 minutes to do at 13:30 in the day.
It was April 2017, I had just celebrated a personal happy occasion with my parents, and I decided to make a trip and spend the Easter weekend in the south of France.
I had never been to Monaco before. I was, however, primarily introduced to...More
The only reason to visit this much visited church is that it is the burial place of both Princess Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier. Other then that nothing much interesting or different about it then a hundred or so other churches.
Monaco is a strange place and I wish I'd gone to Cannes or St Tropez instead. Everything has no soul and looks brand new. A bit like being in Disneyland or the Trueman show. We'd had enough by the time we go to the cathedral....More
This is the cathedral that Princess Grace and Prince Reinier are buried in and you can pass by their tombs to pay your respects. There is a stunning silence in the building with breathtaking architecture and décor throughout. I appreciated the guards just as you...More
No tickets required. Walk Up and take in the beauty and walk it. You do a full circle around the inside and all of the burial sites are in the ground where you walk. Make sure to look up, it's really a lovely church. There... More
No tickets required. Walk Up and take in the beauty and walk it. You do a full circle around the inside and all of the burial sites are in the ground where you walk. Make sure to look up, it's really a lovely church. There were not to many people when we were there, maybe about 10-15 inside. I think it will depend upon the day. This entire area was great to walk around.