This week life in Monaco revolves around tennis courts of the Monte-Carlo Country Club but here are some other interesting news you could have missed.
The list of stars coming to perform in Monaco this summer keep growing, with two new concerts added to the Summer Festival 2022: Christina Aguilera and Myriam Fares. The Société des Bains de Mer made the big announcement on Thursday.
There are 20 races to go but there is no doubt now who is in the cat-bird seat in the challenge for the drivers championship.
Monegasques have been suffering all throughout 2021 waiting for Ferrari to get their act together and give Charles a winning car. At last it has happened in 2022 pairing a fast car with the super talents of Charles Leclerc.
With Easter holidays approaching, all parents are surely thinking of how to celebrate this weekend to the joy of adults and children alike. Our HelloMonaco team have prepared for you a selection of the best municipal events and restaurants in Monaco offering a fun and varied program for you and your loved ones.
The Prince of Monaco has once again tested positive for Covid-19, according to the Princely Palace reports. However, the illness is proceeding without obvious and pronounced symptoms and his state of health is not a cause for concern. He works remotely, being in constant contact with members of his cabinet, government and close staff.
Love them or hate them, cruise ships are already back into Monegasque waters after two whole years. They’re good for the tourism economy, but bad for spreading the coronavirus, which is why cruise ships had been shunned from many ports around the world during the pandemic.
On 5 April, a luxury vessel known as the Azamara Pursuit became the first cruise ship to dock in Monaco’s harbour in over two years. With a capacity of 700 guests and 400 crew members, who joyfully spilled out onto the Rainier-III quay, the first cruise ship was a welcome sight for many local restaurants and businesses who depend on tourists. The last cruise ship to stop in Monaco was the Amera, which measured 205 metres and stopped over back in early January 2020. Since the ban on cruise ships in Monaco was lifted, the agenda is quickly filling up, with 137 ships scheduled to stop in the Principality this year.