Monaco is widely regarded as the global capital of luxury, with many of fashion’s greatest names establishing themselves in the city-state, which sits on France’s Mediterranean coastline. With department stores and boutiques offering everything from haute couture to jewellery and perfume, Monaco offers a number of upscale shopping locations.

Where to shop in Monaco

Fontvieille Shopping Centre

Recommended by the Telegraph for its practical appeal, the Fontvieille Shopping Centre boasts 36 different shops, as well as an extensive car park. The range of shops includes everything from clothing and restaurants to hi-fi equipment, furniture and even a McDonald’s. What’s more, there is also a Carrefour hypermarket to cater for your everyday needs.

YCM Gallery

Located on the Quai in the centre of the Port Hercule, the Yacht Club de Monaco is a haven for luxury and bespoke shopping. You can choose from more than 2,300 different spirits and wines, available at The Wine Palace Monte-Carlo, browse luxury watches at Rolex, or get a quote from specialist yacht insurance brokers Only Yacht, whilst Brooks Brothers offer heritage designs for men and women, as well as children.

Where to shop in Monaco

Métropole Shopping Center

Boasting 80 luxurious boutiques in a picturesque and relaxed setting, the Métropole Shopping Center is situated opposite the Casino Gardens. The centre is decorated with lavish marble and an opulent chandelier and is open between 10am and 7.30pm, Monday to Saturday.

If you are looking for something to wear for one of Monaco’s many glamorous functions and events, such as the F1 Paddock Club Monaco, then this upscale shopping centre is sure to have a wide array of options for you to choose from. To see the list of stores the Métropole Shopping Center boasts, simply visit their website. Equally, there is plenty of information available online if you are questioning Where can I get more information on the F1 Paddock Club in Monaco, or any of Monaco’s other exclusive events.

Marché de la Condamine

Opened in the November of 1880, La Condamine Market was first renovated in 1992, placing more emphasis on regional produce and decoration. The market is open year-round and has three different zones, housing approximately 20 different traders. The zones of the market are equipped with seating areas and they are even heated during the winter, acting as the perfect place to enjoy produce purchased on site.