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Access (by rail)

Monaco Monte-Carlostation is a train station located underground in the Condamine district. Passengers can reach all four corners of the Principality via the following six access points,

Monte-Carlo
Pont Sainte Dévote (at the bottom of Boulevard Princesse Charlotte).
This access is suitable for people with reduced mobility: use the lifts in the station car park on Avenue d’Alsace, a few metres behind the main entrance.

Parvis sainte-Dévote
Station esplanade in the Sainte Dévote valley, access via the stairs behind the Church of St. Devota.
This access is not suitable for people with reduced mobility (stairs only).

Port Hercule
Underground passage at the bottom of Rue Grimaldi, to the left of the Church of St. Devota.
This access is not suitable for people with reduced mobility (escalators only).

Exotic Garden/Hospital
At the intersection of Boulevard de Belgique and Boulevard du Jardin Exotique.
This access is not suitable for people with reduced mobility (escalators only).

La Condamine
Access from Allée Lazare Sauvaigo, or from Rue Grimaldi and Rue Suffren-Reymond via the stairs or lifts at the Post Office.
This access is suitable for people with reduced mobility.

Fontvieille/Le Rocher
Access from Avenue Prince Pierre and Allée Lazare Sauvaigo, to the right of Monaco’s Vocational and Catering School.
This access is suitable for people with reduced mobility.

Rail services

To view the timetable and book tickets :

     

 

All trains stop at Monaco Monte-Carlo station.
The station is served by the Paris–Ventimiglia TGV, the Marseille/Nice–Genoa/Milan Thello, and numerous regional TER trains linking the towns and cities along the French Riviera.

With the Access Plus SNCF service, you can book assistance services at your departure and/or arrival station, free of charge. These services must be booked at least 48 hours before departure.

 Destination Journey time
 Antibes  55 mins
 Cannes  65 mins
 Genova  3hours
 Marseille  3hours 10mins
 Menton  10 mins
 Nice  25 mins
 San Remo  50 mins
 Ventimiglia  35 mins

Journey times are indicative only.

Purchase: 
- the “Pass Isabelle Famille": Costs €35, valid 1 day for 4 persons (2 adults and 2 children under 16), available all year round. Unlimited travel on all TER trains on the Côte d’Azur. 
- the "Day Pass": During the summer, enjoy a whole day’s unlimited travel alone or with friends or family on TER trains! Two options: 1 or 2 départements. €16 for 1 département, €32 for 2 départements, and just €10 for each person travelling with you. From 1 June to 30 September. ”

Ticket office opening times:
Monaco train station: from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday to Friday, and from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. and 1.30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at weekends.
Telephone number:  0 800 11 40 23 (toll-free) every day from 7 a.m. to 9.30 pm.

Download the Assistant SNCF to check timetables, purchase tickets and manage your journeys. 

 

  • MONACO MONTE-CARLO STATION, Place Sainte Dévote 98000 Monaco, Telephone +377 93 10 60 05
  • www.gares-sncf.com