Driving the Monaco Grand Prix Track

monaco grand prix trackMonaco 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’s National Day Marked by a new Statue

Monaco flagMonaco boasts a brand new statue of the late Prince Rainier III following the Principality’s National Day, which was celebrated across the sovereign state last week.

On November 19th hundreds of Monegasques took to the streets to pay tribute to the tiny territory which sits between the South of France and the Mediterranean Sea. Monaco National Day has been celebrated in the Principality every year since the first Fete du Prince was held in 1865.

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