Saint Roman Flights:
Flights to Saint Roman
Saint Roman is one of the ten wards of Monaco and is part of the Monte Carlo Quarter. Saint Roman is situated in the far north west of this tiny principality and is a mainly residential ward though it’s close to al of Monaco’s attractions.
There are no airports in Monaco, so your flight to Saint Roman will have to arrive at the Nice Cote d’Azur Airport (airport code: NCE), which is a short helicopter ride away. Several major airlines have 1-stop service to Nice from South Africa. Air France makes a connection in Paris, while Lufthansa stops in Munich, as does South African Airways. Iberia is another option for flights to Saint Roman, and they make their transfer in Madrid.
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The Tourist Attractions of Saint Roman:
Saint Roman, also known as La Rousse, is situated at the northern end of Monaco and like much of the rest of the Principality of Monaco, it’s a mainly residential ‘ward’. Saint Roman borders with France as well as the coastal ward of Larvotto/Bas Moulins, plus the wards of Monte Carlo, and Saint Michel.
Although Saint Roman consists of mainly residential houses and apartments this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t visit. The fact is, Monaco is such a small place that in many respects it doesn’t matter where you base yourself while staying here, and you could argue that you can enjoy some great views over the rest of Monaco from here in Saint Roman.
Saint Roman itself doesn’t really have much in the way of specific tourist attractions, but as already mentioned, you won’t be to far from Monaco’s most famous attractions.
The famous Monte Carlo ward is directly adjacent to Saint Roman and the ward and old quarter of Monte Carlo is home to one of Monaco’s most famous attractions. The grand Monte Carlo Casino is here and as well as the obvious gambling facilities the casino complex also includes some of Monaco’s cultural attractions; the Grand Theatre of Monte Carlo, an opera house and a ballet house.
The Monte Carlo area is also where the majority of the Formula One Monaco Grand Prix takes place every year. This is the most prestigious event in the Formula One calendar, and attracts celebrities from around the world.
Closer by, while you’re staying in Saint Roman you can enjoy the main beach of Monaco, Larvotto, which is just a very short walk from the streets of Saint Roman. This is the main public beach of Monaco and both the beach and the ward has mostly been reclaimed from the sea.
When Should You Visit?:
Like the rest of Monaco, Saint Roman has a Mediterranean climate with an abundance of sunshine throughout the year. Summers are the best and most popular time to visit as average high temperatures are hot, around the mid 20’s C and rainfall is at its lowest. July is actually the driest month but by October and November you have the highest rainfall and it remains higher until April. May is still a little damp but the average high is around 20C.