Luxury Monaco Private Tours 2024 with MCM

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Take advantage of Monaco’s close proximity to Munich, Germany, and tick off 4 European countries in just 8 days of private sightseeing, on a trip from Monaco to Munich, Germany. The Luxury Monaco Private Tour will include the very unique Maritime Alps, the Italian Riviera with UNESCO listed Cinque Terre, Veneto with Venice and finally the fantastic drive from the South of the Alps to the Northern foothills of the Alps to the Sound of Music City Salzburg.

From Salzburg, it’s a short and beautiful drive to Munich where this 7-day Monaco Private Tour ends at your Munich city hotel.

Travel with your private group on this luxurious, customized trip, retreat when you want, and let expert local guides show you the way; you can rearrange the schedule to suit your needs.

You’ll explore the Riviera in style, sampling local delicacies, and visiting the old towns of Venice, Verona, and Portofino, as well as getting to know the best of Trentino, from Lake Garda to the charming Italian villages of Sirmione and Arco, on an elegant private excursion that reveals the charm of the coast and the contours of the mountains.

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Unforgettable Travel Experiences

The use of a separate guide and chauffeur ensures first-rate service and maximum flexibility: you can exit the car at any time with your professional Guide and explore the sights without having to return to the car’s parking space, because your car and chauffeur will be waiting for you at the most convenient location, saving you time and reducing walking times.

Your guide can devote his full attention to you while your chauffeur focuses on driving, ensuring a smooth, safe, and comfortable ride.

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Itinerary - 8-days Monaco to Munich

Meet your private guide and driver at your Monaco Hotel. Today you will explore the Maritime Alps North of Monaco on an absolute scenic road trip. Lunch in a typical French restaurant in a charming French Alpine town. Further through the Maritime Alps to San Remo.

You would hardly expect to find a baroque road like the one that winds through the valleys of the Roya and Bévéra rivers north of Menton. The time when pomp and splendor moved into the villages along the old royal route between Nice and Turin is long gone. Today, the villages convey the rugged charm of unadorned mountain resorts, where one searches in vain for the mundanity of the nearby Côte d’Azur.

Grand Hotel Miramar

After breakfast, take a scenic drive along the Mediterranean coastline. Take advantage of the locals’ favorite side trips to the mountains north of the shore.

Take a unique Instagram photo in the area of Finale Ligure, which is ideal for photography.
On the drive to today’s last destination, Portofino, you’ll have plenty of photo opportunities.

Many photo spots along the coast and in small off-the-beaten-path villages are among the Italian Riviera’s splendors.

The superbly positioned coastal village of Portofino is a popular getaway. Pastel-hued houses, ancient fortresses and fresh seafood. Explore cobblestone squares and cliff-top fortresses against a backdrop of the Mediterranean sea’s vivid blues during your vacation here. A beautiful square and marina are located on the waterfront, where the wealthy and famous moor their yachts.

Belmond Splendido Portofino Hotel

This morning, after breakfast you will depart for Porto Venere via Cinque Terre. Tucked away in a particularly mountainous corner at the eastern end of the Italian Riviera, the villages of Cinque Terre have been shaped by their profound isolation.These gorgeous, colorful villages, set amidst some of the world’s most stunning coastal scenery, are a must-see on every Italian travel itinerary.

For centuries, the five villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, and Monterosso were only accessible by sea or on foot.

Individual villages can now be reached by train, boat, or narrow, winding spur roads. Each of the five villages is linked by well-marked footpaths. The paths wind through a diverse, untouched landscape known as the “macchia mediterranea.” Every hike is made more memorable by the breathtaking views of the sea and the rugged coastline of this protected section of the Ligurian Riviera.

The region has a population of about 7,000 people and is designated as a national park, which means that nothing can be built or altered there.

Today the 8-hour full-day tour conludes in Porto Venere.

Grand Hotel Porto Venere

From the Ligurian Sea to the Adriatic Sea. After a hearty Italian breakfast, this morning you will depart for Venice via Cork and Tipperary. From Porto Venere along off the beaten track country roads to Venice, where your private motor taxi boat will wait for you. Together with your guide take the private motor boat which will bring you directly to your Venice Hotel without even touching your suitcases.

With its marble churches, massive palaces, and winding rivers, Venice has a peculiar allure. Venice is a cultural treasure trove, with everything from artistic marvels to Moorish and Byzantine architecture, and it offers more than just romance.

JW Marriott Hotel Venice

Enjoy a morning and afternoon tour to see both sides of the city. Start with Piazza San Marco, the Basilica di San Marco and the Doge’s Palace, once the center of power. Your private guide will share the stories behind the amazing artwork and architecture to reveal the city’s opulent past.Together with your local guide, you’ll then visit the ‘Unknown’ Venice, away from the tourist crowds.

After a delicious lunch, continue your tour of Venice on the water. The only way to see the real Venice is by boat to explore the small canals and islands around Venice. Also celebrities like George Clooney and Brad Pitt love to explore Venice by boat.

Then back to the private island of the JW Marriott, where you can enjoy a glass of Campari or a cold beer by the pool, unique the view from the island to St. Mark’s Square.

JW Marriott Hotel Venice

Use the morning to explore Venice and have lunch at an exquisite Italian Restaurant. After lunch with the private boat back to the mainland. On your way to Sirmione, Lake Garda you’ll visit the Romeo and Juliet city, Verona.

Verona receives far fewer visitors than several of Italy’s more well-known cities. Opera of international renown, Roman history, and world-famous wines. The legendary Arena Verona lies at the heart of it all. This Roman amphitheater, built in the first century AD, is Italy’s third-largest.

A wide moat separates Sirmione’s traffic-calmed old town from the mainland, which here juts narrowly and long four kilometers into Lake Garda and makes the much-visited little town literally the icing on the cake of the southern lakeshore. A beautiful moated castle sits enthroned next to the only bridge, and the romantically winding, colorful old town makes Italian dreams come true. North of it, the park-like tip of the island invites you to take an idyllic walk with an enchanting view of the lake.

Hotel Villa Cortina

Explore the old town of Sirmione in the morning before having a great lunch in a local restaurant. Take the boat from the South of the Lake to its northern end and meet your driver in Riva del Garda or take the roadway along the lake. Tonight, you will stay in Arco, a charming little Italian village with a medieval castle. Dinner in a small local restaurant.

Arco is part of the valley community of Alto Garda and Ledro and is located on the northern shores of Lake Garda, near the end of the vast Sarca Valley. The town has been dubbed “natural clinic” and “Nice of Trentino” due to its clean air, mild climate, and Mediterranean plants. The ruins of Arco Fortress, a medieval castle perched at 273 meters and accessible by a 20-minute walk through many paved trails through flowering olive trees, are the town’s landmark. The panorama of the city and the surrounding countryside is breathtaking.

Hotel Lido Palace

The morning will be spent exploring Arco and its charming castle, which is a short 40-minute climb.

On your route to Munich or Salzburg, stop for a traditional Italian lunch.

It’s up to you where you choose to end your 7-day Monaco Private Tour.

We recommend the Hotel Sacher in Salzburg and the Mandarin Oriental in Munich.

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Best European Luxury Vacations and Tours with MCM

Europe, as the cradle of Western civilization, has it all: ancient history, ageless art and culture, and impossibly different landscapes.

Spend your days discovering the continent with MCM’s professional local guides, trademark insider-access possibilities, and private Guide service, as well as insider knowledge from local specialists, on an MCM European luxury vacation.

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Tour Package without hotel bookings

8 days of private transportation from Monaco to either Munich or Salzburg with a local guide, a designated driver, a luxury vehicle, gas, and all applicable taxes.
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price per vehicle €17,700 max. 6 participants

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Tripadvisor Recommendations/Reviews

Anne G
A 10 out of 10 tour & guide I had high expectations for this tour but the scenery, our guide and the castles surpassed everything. Our guide Patrick was beyond excellent; knowledgeable, friendly and on every detail went the extra mile e.g. in the morning we stopped at the Gollinger waterfall which was an unexpected but beautiful treat. And then at lunchtime he'd made a reservation for us on the off chance at a hotel local to the Eagles Nest. We had a fantastic meal sitting on the roof terrace with views of the castle in a restaurant we would never have found ourselves. In addition Patrick had collected pictures, information & anecdotes which further enhanced the whole experience. It was a glorious day weather wise & I cannot praise Patrick highly enough. If you enjoy history, scenery and want a charming, knowledgeable & entertaining guide then this is the tour for you.
Tiziana A
Fantastica Visita eccezionale con foto fantastiche, camminata comoda per il sentiero nel bosco. Magnifica esperienza da rifare
Claire C
great outing. perfect for everyone. great guide. guide was great. stunning scenery. would do again. perfect for all ages. loved the town. highly recommend.
Wonderful Private Tour with Patrick My husband and I had a wonderful day with Patrick visiting Eagle’s Nest, Berchtesgaden and Ramsau and we would highly recommend a private tour with him. Patrick was extremely knowledgeable, friendly and full of interesting information. He went above and beyond in sharing stories about the area and answering all of our questions. He even went out of his way to show us a couple of extra sites that weren’t part of the planned tour. We are so glad we did the private tour instead of a group tour. Our day with Patrick was our favorite part of our 10 day trip to Munich, Vienna and Salzburg.
Exceeded expectations! Fantastic! What an outstanding day. Do NOT second guess booking this. Worth every penny and was a favorite day of our two week trip. Patrick made us feel like a local showing us the off beaten path to unbelievably beautiful locations. He made lunch reservations at the most picturesque restaurant in Hallstatt and provided the most relaxing adventure. We then headed to the Eagle’s Nest and his knowledge and guidance could not be matched. I cannot say enough about how much my husband and I enjoyed Patrick and the day he provided. We are already planning our return trip and 100% will request a day with Patrick again. You will not regret booking this!!
Great way to see Hallstatt! This was an excellent tour! Our tour guide Patrick picked us up promptly, and drove us to several beautiful spots on the way to Hallstatt. He was very knowledgeable and made the tour interesting and enjoyable. Hallstatt was a picture perfect town. Per Patrick’s recommendations, we rented an electric boat to go out on the lake, and had lunch at the Gruner Baum Terrace restaurant. Patrick met us at the other end of town and dropped us back at our apartment. I highly recommend this tour and Patrick!
deborah d
Salt Mine, Berchtesgaden and Bavarian Mountain highlights This tour was truly one of the highlights of our trip to Austria. Our guide Manfred was on time picking us up and was full of interesting information during the day. Manfred went out of his way to show our family of 4 (including 2 teenage boys) beautiful and interesting sights. Manfred had made our reservations in advance for the Salt Mine (AMAZING tour) and lunch and was also very adaptable to adjust our schedule when the weather shifted. We truly saw more off the beaten path highlights and interesting little stops that we never would have encountered otherwise. In addition, Manfred went out of his way to help us secure dinner reservations in Salzburg at local hotspots. This tour was fabulous and our family highly recommends it!!!
Great Tour Group. They make it soooo easy! MCM Tours and Travel were very accommodating from the start. They were prompt in answering my emails prior to our trip and making suggestions that would work for my family of 5. We chose to tour the Eagle's Nest from Salzburg, on a Sunday. We wanted to go to the 8:30am mass first at the Cathedral. Patrick picked us up promptly at 10am right outside the cathedral at Mozartplatz (Mozart Square). His van fit us comfortably, and it was very clean. He spoke very good and clear English. From there we went to the Salt Mine Tour. We weren't planning on doing the salt mine, but we had our 3 young adult children that range from 19 to 25, Patrick recommended it and a friend from home said it was fun plus it was raining, so we decided to do it. It was surprisingly fun. I'm glad Patrick suggested it. From there we drove to the Eagle's Nest looking at beautiful scenery and listening to the history of the area from our guide. I always like private tours. You get to learn about the history, but also present day "real" life from your guide. What it's like to live in Austria today, his life and family etc... Before the Eagle's Nest we wanted to stop for lunch and Patrick guided us to a lovely rooftop restaurant called Restaurant Panorama in Berchtesgaden. It had wonderful views of the Alps and the Eagle's Nest. Wouldn't have known about it if it wasn't for Patrick. After lunch, we proceeded to the Eagle's Nest. Patrick made it very easy for us to get the tix and the bus up the mountain. He came along and provided info about the place and had us go outside on the terrace first because he knew the rain would be coming. It's just easy when you have a guide. You struggle with the travel of getting to a foreign country, all the luggage, the language barrier and all the other unknowns. It's just easy when you have someone as kind and knowledgeable taking care of you along the way. I would definitely recommend this tour and this tour group. They provide a great product and great service. Worth the money.
Best tour ever - don't miss this one! Hallstatt is absolutely stunning, and our guide - Patrick - was amazing. Professional, knowledgeable, funny, and responsive to our in-the-moment requests. He knows the area very well (he grew up there) and even our most unexpected questions led to a terrific story or example. Each stop was better than the last. Next time we're in Salzburg, we will 100% choose another tour with MCM and Patrick!
Mike E
Amazing day! Patrick, our guide, did an incredible job. He was very knowledgeable and we learned so much. We would highly recommend him.