IAEA - Monaco Environment Laboratories Location
IAEA - EL
4a, Quai Antoine 1er
Principality Of Monaco
Tel : +377 184.108.40.206
Fax : +377 220.127.116.11
web : http://www.iaea.org/nael
You can visit the Official Monaco Tourist Office
HOW TO GET TO MONACO
The nearest airport is Nice (NCE). There are two helicopter services operating from Nice airport to Monaco, Heliair and Helinter. The trip takes 6 minutes and costs ~€140 round trip.
The European motorway network links the Principality to France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Benelux, Austria, and England.
The Principality is a 25 minute drive from Nice via the autoroute (22 km).
There are also three scenic roads: the Basse Corniche RN 98 along the coast, the Moyenne Corniche N7, going through Eze Village, and the Grande Corniche where one can view both the sea and the hinterland from 512 m.
Taxis cost around €80 depending on the traffic.
The RCA airport bus service via the motorway takes approx. 45 minutes. Otherwise there are buses from the airport via the Basse and Moyenne Corniches. Tickets can be purchased on the bus. Cost: ~€15.
The bus from the airport will take you to Nice Central Station. All trains stop at Monaco/Monte-Carlo. Cost: ~€15.
There are several services :
- TGVs (High Speed Trains), to and from Paris (5 and a half-hour trip).
- Trains to Milan, Genoa or Basel.
- Night trains to Strasbourg, Paris, Toulouse, Irun, Port-Bou, Milan, Venice, Pisa, and Rome.
- Regional Express Trains (Trains Express Régionaux - TER), a service connecting Riviera towns and cities.