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Monaco’s glitz and glamour on a budget

It may be the world’s second-smallest country, but Monaco has plenty of glitz, glamour and attitude. While it’s not cheap, you can still enjoy its delights on a budget.
Le Rocher seen from the Jardin Exotique
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Eating and drinking

1 STREET EATS

Find inexpensive specialities such as socca (chickpea four pancake), barbagiuan (chard and cheese pastries) and pan bagnat (right) in street or market stalls around the old town. The Casino supermarket is also a handy, central option, with a street-side bakery and pizzeria (supercasino.fr; 17 Boulevard Albert 1er; 8.30am– midnight Mon–Sat, 9am–9pm Sun; pizza slices from £2).

2 TIP TOP

This spot on the Formula One Grand Prix street circuit near the Monte Carlo Casino is where Monégasques gather all night long for pizza, pasta and gossip – a good place to know, if you’re feeling peckish after a night out or are on a budget and fancy simple dishes such as steak, roast chicken or calamari (facebook. com/TipTopMonaco; 11 Avenue des Spélugues; 10am–late; pizza from £9, mains from £10).

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