Monaco is a land of luxury for any traveller with its exotic scenery and its upmarket attractions. Visitors who want the full experience should take a lot of spending money and if your budget allows it, rub shoulders with the rich and famous at the Grand Casino. Those with a more modest budget may want to try out the Aquavision boat tour to catch a glimpse of the various underwater creatures up close. There are some gourmet food restaurants to enjoy as well as some more modestly priced places such as Cafe de Paris near the casino. You can also pay a visit to The Palace and stop in at the Napoleon Museum next door. The Oceanographic Museum is filled with educational material about the local area and also has its own aquarium. Of course, while you are on holiday it is wise to follow some safety tips to ensure you don’t go wrong.
Safety advice when visiting Monaco
As far as tourist locations go, Monaco is extremely safe and well policed. There are also cameras everywhere so expect a quick intervention in the unlikely event of a violent incident. Keep your passport on you everywhere you go as the law states that you must carry ID. You may sustain an injury or become ill during an element of your package holiday. For example, you may become ill with a water- or food-borne infection from eating at the hotel restaurant or you could sustain injuries from a fall during a pre-arranged activity. If the accident, injury or illness was the fault of someone else’s negligence, then there is something you can do about it.
Package holiday compensation
Accident Advice Helpline specialises in helping victims of accidents that were the fault of another party, whether the injury was caused by a slip, trip or fall or was caused by a coach accident. You are entitled to compensation from the holiday company you booked with if you:
- Booked your holiday as part of a package
- Had the accident during some stage of the package deal
- Booked your holiday with a UK company
At Accident Advice Helpline, we have a nationwide team of solicitors who are experts in compensation claims so we may be able to win you a cash payout from the company at fault. The holiday company has a duty of care to all customers therefore you deserve some compensation if you sustain an injury that results in medical costs, travel costs or loss of wages.
Date Published: May 12, 2014
Author: David Brown