St Martin's Gardens - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
The St. Martin Gardens, the first gardens to be created in Monaco with ornamental lakes and classical artworks which can be seen in this virtual tour in a cloudy day.
St Martin's Gardens - FURTHER INFORMATION
St Martin's Gardens - Monaco-Ville visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'St Martin's Gardens' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Monaco.
St Martin's Gardens in Monaco were aid out in the 1830s during the reign of Prince Honoré V. The gardens are found on both sides of the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco-Ville, one of the top Monaco attractions, and overlook Monaco Bay next to the Prince's Palace.
The gardens are full of exotic plants, ponds and works of art. Within the gardens is a statue to Prince Albert I, a keen oceanographer and spnosor of the Institut Océanographique. Both St Martin's Gardens and the Fort Antoine gardens were a source of inspiration to Guillaume Apollinaire, who lived in Monaco between 1887-1899.
Monaco Tourist Office
At: 2a Boulevard des Moulins, 98000 Monaco
Tel: (+377) 92 16 61 16
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Travel Directions and Getting There:
Train: The Monaco - Monte Carlo (SNCF) Station.
Flight: Nice-Côte-d'Azur International Airport 22km from Monaco.
Road: Monaco is linked to France, (A8) and other European nations by a network of highways.
Boat: Large cruise ships can dock in Monaco.