This weekend in Monaco is all about this winter holiday. And although it is generally viewed as a family holiday, no need to stay at home, go out and have fun! And here are a few suggestions for you.
All churchers of Monaco will be open for masses and Christmas celebrations. For your convinience we published the schedule of Christmas masses in Monaco.
For those of you who loves music there is 2nd International Organ Festival at Chapelle des Carmes and there is also a Christmas Concert in Saint Devote Church both events on Saturday 24 December at 5 p.m.
If you are craving for an exquisite mean and Christmas delicacies prepared by the best chefs you should check out Blue Bay Restaurant, Salle Empire – Hôtel de Paris, La Brasserie du Café de Paris and Hermitage Monte-Carlo from our Ultimate guide on Where to celebrate Christmas and New Year in Monaco.
Christmas Village with a Christmas Market every day offers you interesting winter activities, parades, an open-air skating rink and shows. There is a number of places you can go to if you haven’t made photos with Santa yet, for example the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo or Christmas Village. And don’t forget about an open-air skating rink and Exhibition of nativity scenes from all over the world.
And if you are tired of holiday preparations, take a break at PRO A Basketball Championship game: Monaco – Pau Lacq Orthez on Friday 23 December at 8 pm Stade Louis II – Salle Omnisports Gaston Médecin.
12th annual Christmas swim in the sea is setting off from the Larvotto Beach below Rose des Vents restaurant, a fun swim followed by a tombola to raise money for the Monegasque association Vol a Voile.
If during this long weekend you’ll start making plans for New Year’s don’t forget to check our Calendar.
Enjoy this fabulous Christmas weekend!