The Monaco rails map shows all the railway stations and lines of Monaco trains. This railway map of Monaco will allow you to easily plan your route with the trains of Monaco in Monaco. The Monaco rails map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Principality of Monaco has a single rail station (Monaco Monte Carlo) on the Nice-Menton-Ventimiglia rail line as you can see in Monaco rail map. The station was opened in 1867 and extensively rebuilt in 1999. The length of rail within the Principality of Monaco is 1.7 km (1.1 mi). Monaco does not operate its own train service; all rail services in the Principality are operated by the French operator, SNCF.
Monaco rail is now totally underground within Monegasque territory as its shown in Monaco rail map, and no trains can be seen at ground level within the nation. The rail line is operated by the SNCF. It links Nice to Ventimiglia (Italy) through the principality, and was opened in 1868. Two rail stations were originally provided, named 'Monaco' and 'Monte-Carlo', but neither remain in current use.
Monaco rail line was re-laid, in a new permanent way in underground tunnels, constructed in two stages. The first, in 1964, was a 3,500 metre tunnel (mostly in French territory) which rendered the original Monte-Carlo station redundant. The second stage, opened in 1999, was a 3 km-long tunnel linked to the first one, allowing the new "underground rail station of Monaco-Monte Carlo" to open (see Monaco rail map).