If you’re wondering what you’re going to do now that the end of year festivities are over, here is a round-up of some of the Monaco concerts and shows that will staged over the first few months of 2019. Continue reading
The Principality of Monaco does not go a day without hosting a glamorous celebration of some sort. From corporate conferences in Monaco real estate to international sporting events, elegant balls, and private functions, the range of events that are hosted in and around Monaco is endless and varied. La Costa Properties recognises the importance of quality. We understand the significance of making a strong impression. As such, we have compiled a list of the best caterers in Monaco to ensure your special occasion runs as smoothly as possible. Continue reading
While there are various factors that make Monaco real estate such an appealing investment prospect, few are as glamorous as the Principality’s opera season, which entices spectators with its promise of elegance, beauty, and sophistication. Monaco is renowned for its sensational opera houses, and its reputation as a world-class cultural destination means that tickets for these prestigious events during the opera season are highly sought after. Here’s our roundup of unmissable events and performances.
For a tiny Principality which measures just three miles long by one and a half miles wide, Monaco plays host to a number of world-class sporting events. There is of course the famous Monaco Grand Prix, which takes place in the heart of the Principality and not far from some of our most prestigious Monaco property for sale. Additionally, the world’s second smallest state also hosts one of the biggest tennis tournaments in Europe every April at the highly esteemed Monte Carlo Country Club. The event, called the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters in recognition of its sponsors, is part of the ATP tour’s clay court season and will take place this year between 15th and 23rd April. Continue reading
Monaco will this year boast a cultural calendar befitting one of the great cultural capitals of the world. Exhibitions in Monaco this year range from Inuit art to one of the most anticipated art fairs in the world. Already home to a number of highly reputable art galleries the sovereign state is attracting an increasing number of international art events to satiate the discerning cultural tastes of its residents and visitors. Here’s an insight into what the month of January has in store, with a look ahead to the central attractions of the cultural year: Continue reading