Monaco has an ideal climate for verdant gardens, but space limitations can mean that the Principality’s green spaces are significantly smaller than elsewhere on the Riviera. Fortunately, the lack of space has only encouraged residents, business owners and gardeners to be more creative and ambitious when designing diminutive gardens which thrive. Monegasque residents – including HSH Prince Albert II – are keen gardeners who happily experiment with roof terraces, small gardens and window boxes. When looking for a villa for sale in Monaco with a small garden or an apartment with a terrace in Monaco, here are some important considerations.
While you won’t see the Monaco national football team competing in this year’s FIFA World Cup in Russia, that doesn’t mean you can’t be swept up in the football frenzy in the Principality. The tournament – which kicks off on Thursday, June 14th and culminates with the final in Moscow on the 15th of June – will light up big screens in bars, restaurants and clubs across Monaco so you can be sure not to miss a single goal.
So apart from who will receive the FIFA Golden Ball as the tournament’s leading top scorer, the big question is: where in Monaco to watch the 2018 World Cup?