Saint Nicholas Cathedral, Monaco

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General Information

Cathédrale Notre-Dame-Immaculée, also known commonly as Saint Nicholas Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in the Monaco-Ville area of Monaco. Saint Nicholas Cathedral was the name of the old church which was demolished on the site in 1874. The cathedral that stands on the site today was built in 1875–1903 and consecrated in 1911, it is built in a Romanesque Revival style. The cathedral has an impressive great altar and white marble Episcopal throne. The cathedral is the burial site for many members of the Grimaldi family.

Getting there

If travelling by car, the local parking garage is a 5-minute walk away at ‘Parking du Chemin des Pêcheurs’. By bus, take a bus to ‘Place de la Visitation’ stop, which is less than a 5-minute walk from the Cathedral. The local train station is a 15-minute walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The cathedral is open daily, 8am-7pm between May to the end of September and 8.30am-6pm between October to the end of April. Entrance is free.

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