Travel in the Principality
Travel in the PrincipalityLast update: 16/05/2022
Please purchase tickets from the 12 automatic ticket machines found throughout the Principality or at the shop located at 22/24 Rue du Gabian (open from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday), or install the MonaPass app (available on Android and Apple)
For your safety:
- Buses are disinfected twice a day
- Hand sanitiser dispensers have been installed on all buses
- Signs have been placed on bus floors and doors showing passengers where to board and alight buses and how to move around inside the vehicles
- Passengers must not alight via the front of the bus
It is no longer necessary to show a Health Pass in the Principality, except in the following cases:
- People working or acting as a volunteer, pupil or student in Monegasque healthcare facilities (hospitals, clinics, etc.) or facilities for elderly people or people with disabilities, and those in contact with elderly or vulnerable people. (click here to see the list of people affected)
- Visitors to Princess Grace Hospital or care homes
At their request, the managers of health care and elderly care facilities are authorised to require presentation of a health pass by visitors wishing to access certain services. This does not apply to patients who have an appointment for a medical consultation or who need to visit the accident and emergency unit
- Persons wishing to enter the Principality (click here to see the conditions for entry)
YES. Although it is no longer a requirement in France, masks must be worn on all forms of public transport, in taxis and in private hire vehicles throughout Monaco.
Bus drivers for the Monegasque Bus Company (Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco – CAM) are no longer required to wear masks since they are separated from passengers by a transparent screen.