Travel in the Principality
Travel in the PrincipalityLast update: 27/07/2021
The following health measures apply:
- Wearing a mask is compulsory for drivers and travelers from 5 years old
- On-board sales are available on condition that the exact amount is prepared in advance
- The sale is also available via the 12 automatic ticket machines spread over the territory of the Principality and the shop 22/24 rue du Gabian open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday
The following terms continue to apply:
- Buses are disinfected twice a day
- Hydro-alcoholic gel dispensers have been installed in each bus
- Passenger information on the direction of movement on ascent, descent and in the bus is displayed on the ground and on the doors of the bus
- Getting off the front of the bus is prohibited
Since Monday 23 August, the Health Pass in Monaco will be extended to all populations as specified below:
1. All people over the age of 18 who are on the list below and who wish to consume inside restaurants and bars in Monaco must present a valid Health Pass:
- Employees (only employees, not members of their household)
- Students of the Principality
- People staying in a hotel establishment in the Principality or staying on a ship anchored in one of Monaco's ports
However, these people can consume outside on restaurant and bar terraces without presenting a valid Health Pass.
Note: People aged under 18 who are part of the above list are not required to present a valid Health Pass to access the interior and the terrace of restaurants and bars by September 23.
2. All people over the age of 16 who are not on the list above and who wish to consume inside or on the terrace of restaurants and bars in Monaco must present a valid Health Pass.
In the event that the obligation is imposed on you, on your arrival at a bar or restaurant in the Principality, you must be able to present:
- either your health pass QR code in digital or paper format either a certificate in paper or electronic format indicating the result of a PCR or antigen test of less than 72 hours
- either a paper or electronic certificate indicating the vaccination status for COVID-19, for example, people who have completed their complete vaccination schedule for one of the COVID-19 vaccines but have not yet been able to obtain QR code for technical reasons or who have carried out their complete vaccination in another country
- or proof of a certificate of recovery following contamination by the virus. The positive test for the detection of said virus must have been carried out more than 11 days and less than six months previously. This certificate is only valid for a period of six months from the date of completion of said test