The Monaco bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Monaco bus system. This bus map of Monaco will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Monaco in Monaco. The Monaco bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Monaco bus lines 1, 2, 4 and 6 are especially useful for visitors, along with the Bus de Nuit. Key stops are at place d'Armes, Monaco Ville and Monte-Carlo Tourisme as its mentioned in Monaco bus map. Line 1 links Monaco Ville (Le Rocher) to Monte Carlo and then continues east up bd des Moulins. Line 2 links Monaco Ville (Le Rocher) to Monte Carlo and then loops back to the Jardin Exotique.Line 3 links Fontvieille with Villa Paloma near the Jardin Exotique. Line 4 links the train station with the tourist office, the casino and Plage du Larvotto. Line 5 links the hospital with the tourist office, the casino and Plage du Larvotto. Line 6 links Fontvieille with the tourist office, the casino and Plage du Larvotto.
Monaco urban bus system, operated by Compagnie des Autobus de Monaco (CAM; www.cam.mc), has six lines as you can see in Monaco bus map. Tickets cost €1.50 if purchased from machines at bus stops, €2 on board (day ticket €5.50). The fare is 2.0 Euros for one ride, but you can purchase a pass on the bus from the driver. There are different passes with 4 and 8 rides. The best deal is the Daily tourist pass because it has no ride limits and it costs 6,25 Euros. Kids under 5 travel free. or by a contactless pass frrom the machines at some of the Key bus stops 12 trips for 10 Euro, use the touch screen to select your language - very straight forward.
After 9.20pm the Bus de Nuit (9.30pm to 12.30am) follows one big loop around Monaco town; service is extended to 4am on Friday and Saturday as its shown in Monaco bus map. Tickets are inexpensive and easy to obtain at the automated ticket machine at each stop or from the bus driver, plus there are bus stops at all the major tourist destinations.