As you walk around Monaco this month it is hard to miss the huge life size posters of tennis players hung on almost every street corner. The billboards are plastered around the Principality to advertise one of April’s most popular events: the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters.
As if anyone needs reminding; the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters held at the Monte-Carlo Country Club is one of the most important tennis tournaments in the world and is annually attended by the sport’s biggest names.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Monaco really is blessed with having it all.
The Principality where our luxury Monaco homes are all located is situated in one of the most beautiful corners of the world; it has some of the most prestigious hotels and restaurants in its midst and a cultural and sporting scene which is second to none. Continue reading
Monaco has enjoyed a long and rich association with cars, with a number of prestigious events featuring vehicles of all shapes and sizes held in the principality every year.
Most famous of all is of course the Monaco Grand Prix, which sees top Formula 1 teams such as Red Bull and Ferrari tear round the streets of Monte-Carlo, a hair’s breadth from our portfolio of luxury Monaco real estate, every May.
Monaco is well known for its wide range of cultural events and entertainment including some superb theatre, concerts and opera. The rich program of events in the Principality, combined with the high quality of real estate available, entices many to purchase or rent apartments in Monaco.
Opera is extremely popular with residents and visitors alike and the Monte-Carlo Opera runs a full season of performances from November until the end of April each year. The quality works on offer in the coming season include some old classics and popular adaptations; we take a look at the program. Continue reading
If you already rent a flat in Monaco then you will be familiar with the host of international events that are held here every year. Barely a month goes by without some headline-grabbing exhibition being staged in the Principality, which is all the more incredible considering its size.
Monaco is the second smallest country in the world after the Vatican City, measuring just three miles long by one and a half miles wide. In fact, it is no bigger than New York’s Central Park, yet still manages to play host to some of the most important social, sporting and luxury events on the globe. Continue reading