Travel

Travel

Last update: 03/08/2020

Yes. The Monegasque Bus Company (CAM) is resuming normal service for all buses, including the Bateau Bus (water bus). The only exceptions to this are the night services, N1 and N2, which will remain closed.

The following health measures apply:

  • The wearing of masks is mandatory on public transport
  • No tickets will be sold on board: There are 12 automatic ticket machines located throughout the Principality, and the shop at 22/24 Rue du Gabian is open from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 pm

The following procedures continue to apply:

  • Buses will be disinfected twice a day
  • Buses will stop at every stop (to avoid the need for people to press the buttons)

About buses for and from France

Buses for and from France are resuming their’re normal service.

Zest bus: https://www.zestbus.fr/ 

About trains

For real-time information on trains to and from Monaco you can consult the following link : https://www.garesetconnexions.sncf/fr/gare/frxmm/monaco-monte-carlo

To plan your travel in the Principality, you can download the Citymapper app, where information is updated daily by the Prince’s Government as the situation changes.

Yes. Employees who have a season ticket and have been temporarily laid off can ask for their season ticket to be suspended by simply contacting the Public Car Parks Office at spp@gouv.mc .

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Yes, of course but don’t forget to wash your hands carefully or use hand sanitiser before and after each time you rent a bike.

Use the PBSC app to check where you can pick up a bike before you go out.

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Wearing a mask is mandatory on buses and bus boats. Social distancing is also recommended..

Yes, free movement is restored between France and Italy.

France reopened its borders to Europe with, however, special conditions concerning certain countries.

For more information consult diplomatie.gouv.fr

The health rules which apply at Monaco railway station are the same as those that apply in any other space open to the public in Monaco, as well as at French railway stations, i.e. social distancing and the wearing of masks are mandatory both in stations and on trains. .

In France, law enforcement and rail transport police officers will be conducting screening at the entrances to major railway stations.

Failure to wear a mask will be punishable by a fine of €135 (France).

For all tests, candidates should register through their driving school.
Candidates, driving instructors and driving licence examiners must wear masks. Barrier health measures, including hand-washing, cleaning and disinfection of IT equipment and vehicle controls and the use of disposable seat covers, will be implemented for all tests.

Yes. People are once again allowed to travel for any reason in France without any document.

Pleasure craft with a home port outside Monaco can now make a port of call in Monaco once again.

Yachts with a crew should submit a medical declaration of health to the Marine and Airport Police Division of the Police Department 48 hours before making a port of call.

All vessels wishing to make a port of call in Monaco must comply with the health protocol decided upon by the COVID-19 Unit.

Arrival or return from abroad

Regardless of nationality, anyone who wishes to enter the Principality from either:

  • A country outside Europe
  • A country within Europe which has recorded more than 60 cases per 100,000 people in 14 days (areas marked red, and dark orange on the following map: www.ecdc.europa.eu)

must contact the COVID-19 Call Centre (on 92.05.55.00 from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm from Monday to Friday or at covid19@gouv.mc ) as soon as they arrive in Monaco and provide the following information:

  • First Name and Surname
  • Nationality
  • Residence or address in the Principality
  • Employment status
  • Country you are arriving/returning from
  • Date of departure, date of return/arrival
  • Phone number
  • Email address

 

Those concerned must:

  • Either supply evidence of a negative PCR test carried out in their country of origin 72 hours before their arrival in the Principality
  • Or agree to undergo a PCR test in Monaco and self-isolate until the result is available

The PCR test must be carried out in a medical biology laboratory (Fontvieille laboratory in the Principality of Monaco or a laboratory that features on this list: https://sante.fr/recherche/trouver/DepistageCovid).

In the event of a positive PCR test result or a refusal to submit a test, quarantine measures will be imposed.

The Department of Health Affairs will make a decision, as quickly as possible, on the action to be taken by the person concerned:

  • Return to work or self-isolation
  • Decision to place in quarantine by the Director of Health Affairs

 

If staying at a hotel

Regardless of nationality, anyone who is temporarily staying at a hotel in the Principality and has come from either:

  • A country outside Europe
  • A country within Europe which has recorded more than 60 cases per 100,000 people in 14 days (areas marked red, and dark orange on the following map www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/cases-2019-ncov-eueea)

must provide evidence of a negative PCR test carried out in the country they have come from less than 72 hours before their planned arrival in the Principality, complete the declaration form which can be downloaded below and hand it to the person designated to receive it by the hotel.

Anyone who has not undergone a PCR test, or whose result is dated more than 72 hours before their planned arrival, will be refused access to the hotel.

Anyone who has been ill while travelling, is ill when they arrive or whose PCR test is positive will be asked to self-isolate in their room.

In the event of a positive PCR test, a decision on quarantine will be taken by the Director of Health Affairs.

Map of European countries: www.ecdc.europa.eu

Map showing countries outside Europe: www.ecdc.europa.eu

Before travelling abroad, check the risk in the country concerned and consult the website www.diplomatie.gouv.fr to find out if you can visit it.

Anyone coming from a risk area must either supply evidence of a negative PCR test carried out in their country of origin 72 hours before their arrival in the Principality, or agree to undergo a PCR test in Monaco and self-isolate until the result is available.
To find out whether your country of origin is considered a risk area, please check the following regularly updated map on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control website: www.ecdc.europa.eu

The Principality considers countries to be risk areas if they have 20 cases per 100,000 population over 14 days (marked red, dark orange and light orange on the maps).
Map of European countries: www.ecdc.europa.eu
Map showing countries outside Europe: www.ecdc.europa.eu

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