On the Mediterranean coastline in Western Europe is the sovereign city-state of Monaco. To its east, west, and north is France and to its south is the Mediterranean Sea. It's a microstate and the second-smallest state globally, with a land area of less than one square mile.
Monaco is famous for its fine wine, lavish cruise shops, majestic sites, grand casinos, and supercars. It's also widely known as the wealthiest place in the world, with royals and members of affluent communities as its familiar visitors. While its official language is French, many of its residents also speak English and Italian.