On Sunday 28th May 2017, the 75th edition of the Monaco Grand Prix dazzled onlooking spectators in the luxury real estate around the streets of the Principality. Under the intense heat of the Mediterranean sun, the biggest names in the world of motorsports battled it out to clinch the central spot on the podium. Following a practice day on Thursday 25th May on the notoriously treacherous Grand Prix circuit, and various races from GP2 and the Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup, the F1 competition began in earnest when participating sportsmen trialled against the clock on Saturday 27th May, competing for pole position. Continue reading →
Monaco is a small country, but it packs a lot of events into 12 months and two square kilometres of space. The prestigious Principality enjoys a rich sports and cultural programme that benefits from no expense being spared. Monaco offers an endless array of year-round entertainment to its residents and visitors for both business and pleasure. Those who live in the luxury apartments of Monaco have a fantastic range of events to look forward to in 2017. We’ve highlighted the main events below, but there are a host of other smaller events, exhibitions and shows to look forward to throughout the year.Continue reading →
If you are looking to buy an apartment in Monaco, you will probably be searching for an apartment for sale with sea views over the Mediterranean. There are several areas and buildings in Monaco or Monte Carlo, each offering a certain sea view. While prices will generally be higher if your Monaco apartment overlooks the sea, an expansive view of the morning sunrise is a priceless luxury.
We’ve handpicked three appealing apartments for sale in Monaco with a sea view, from smaller two-roomed properties to penthouses that cover the whole floor:
Monaco is synonymous with many things; luxury, yachts and real estate, yet it is the Grand Prix which really gets pulses racing in the Principality year after year. One of the most popular races in the Grand Prix calendar, the legendary street circuit covers many of the most important sites in Monaco and Monte Carlo, and what’s best, is that for more or less 360 days of the year, anyone can drive the majority of the track. At just 3.34km it is a short Grand Prix circuit, but as is typical in Monaco, it is packed with a variety of interesting landmarks. Take the opportunity to discover the must-visit areas of the Principality by driving the Monaco Grand Prix track and decide which of the many sites and landmarks you would like to see in more detail. Continue reading →
Monaco is one of the world’s most luxurious destinations for yachting, motor sport and gambling. A home to more millionaires than any other place on Earth, with more than 2,000 currently residing in the Principality. Ever since the global financial crisis of 2008, the world housing markets have seen a slow recovery. However, Monaco is once again enjoying record residential sales since the global recession.