It is one of the busiest weeks of the year with the Cannes Film Festival, the Monte-Carlo Fashion Week and the Monaco Grand Prix… learn the most interesting news here.
Monaco nightlife is particularly famous for its exclusive and glamorous atmosphere. Even more so during the Grand Prix weekend when everything is in full swing. That’s when the Principality truly becomes a prime hotspot for entertainment, spectacular shows and performances. At that time of the year, Monaco’s most prestigious venues are going out of their way to host the most sparkling and unforgettable nightlife. During these three days in May, the most intense and exciting races are followed by prestigious parties, attracting a number of the Grand Prix fans, guests and pilots. We would now like to introduce you to Monaco nightlife which has a reality all of its own.
Mare Nostrum is a series of swimming competitions with three meets around the Mediterranean culminating in the most famous one in Monaco at the Louis II stadium.
The name Mare Nostrum is one of the special names given to the “Mediterranean” “our sea” and is where Princess of Monaco, “our Princess” as Charlene Wittstock won a gold medal in 2000 under the watchful eye of Prince Albert. See more swimming achievements of Princess Charlene below.
The very best of the world swimmers just faced off in Monaco to celebrate this 40th edition with spectacular results.
Where is there space to stock essentials in Monaco? Space is at a premium in the Principality whether it be for private apartments, some of which have prices in the stratosphere… or for housing for Monegasques, a priority program that is also eating into the remaining square metres of space.
It is easy to forget that space is needed for lower profile but vital needs.
Where is food to be stocked for example, or for that matter anything that needs to be stored?
It might surprise you that even Monte-Carlo itself has storage locations. In fact the Principality has not far off 60.000 square metres allocated to storage space, the bigger share being in Fontvieille.
Another idea takes off… one of life’s greatest journeys, nine months of pregnancy, the birth itself and raising a child to be shared among those others experiencing it… and those who have been through it.
It adds to the ease of sharing to have an App. And that’s where “Entreparents” comes in. Intuition led to a survey which unsurprisingly confirmed that the path to parenthood the first time round can be lonely and sometimes nerve-wracking.
The App is free and reportedly sprouted from the efforts of four mothers from the Principality, Johanna, Clémence, Émilie and Anna.
With 23 races left, Charles Leclerc is not giving up just because of a bruising start to the season, sitting on only 34 points. Last season he finished a creditable second in the drivers’ championship and Ferrari second in the constructors’ championship.
But this season in the first 3 races alone buckets of points were lost: a mechanical problem in the first race, a penalty in the second, and a crash with Lance Stroll in the third.
Monte-Carlo Fashion Week (MCFW) held its tenth edition this year, not to be missed by the American actress, Kelly Rutherford, one of the many high profile celebrities and influencers at the event.
Placed under the high patronage of Princess Charlene, it took centre-stage in the epi-centres of Monaco, at the Yacht-Club and Grimaldi Centre and at the Prince of Monaco’s Car Collection, which hosted many of the fashion shows.