The legendary Monaco Grand Prix is set to roar into action this month, with the final race date set for Sunday, 28th May, and qualifying and practice races taking place from Thursday, 25th May. The Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix is considered the highlight of the racing calendar, attracting some of the most exciting names in the industry to the Principality of Monaco. The event is flanked by extravagant parties and VIP events that are not to be missed. During the event, the atmosphere is electric as race cars roar around the city-state’s most iconic destinations. Nothing quite matches the thrill of the Monaco Grand Prix. If you plan on attending the 2023 Monaco GP, read on for our definitive guide to this world-famous event. Continue reading
Thanks to its stunning location and vibrant events, Monaco is a fabulous year-round destination. Indeed, it’s why so many people choose to buy property here and call this place home.
But, while many people view the Principality as a summer destination, there are ample Monaco events in winter to keep everyone entertained too. Indeed, once the heat of the summer has passed in Monaco and the crowds have dissipated, you’ll find that discovering this glitzy city state during the winter is a more relaxed affair. Continue reading
Monaco fireworks festival is an international fireworks competition that takes place in Port Hercules over four nights in July and August every year. Created in 1966, the festival has become one of the most popular of its kind worldwide. If you love the combination of iridescent colours and spellbinding music, you should certainly experience this event at least once in your lifetime.
Christmas has come to Monaco and it’s spectacular!
If you’re looking for Monaco Christmas activities, read on to find out where to go and what to see in the sparkling Principality. From beautiful lights to LEGO® delights, the festive season is here! Continue reading
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?