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Not all about fashion and passion, the summer rocks to the tune of family friendly. Here is what to see, where to dine and play, and when to view the changing of the guard and the festive fireworks.
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1, Restaurant, +, 93505130, Quai Louis II, 98000, Monaco
Bugattis and Bentleys filling the streets make it hard to believe you can visit Monaco on a budget, but this is the place where dreams really do come true. Start your morning by the Yacht Club, with breakfast at the Société Nautique de Monaco,...
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Larvotto is a small pebble beach, just off a bustling main road. There are lounge chairs, paddle boats and kayaks available for rent. Services include a volleyball court and a gym with some great snorkeling from the shore. The Piscine du Stade...
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Port Hercule, Monaco
The Principality has gone up in flames every summer since 1966, with the Monaco International Fireworks Festival, sponsored by City Hall. Crowds gather by land and by sea to ooh and ahh over the fantabulous productions of sound and light, the...
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Marché de la Condamine, Place d'Armes, 98000 Monaco
Open daily, even on Sundays, the Condamine market is a combination covered and outdoor market where residents come to stock up their larders with regional specialties, local produce, and fish directly from the sea below. Grab a coffee at one of...
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A series of 25 enamel plaques directs visitors across the country, commemorating Princess Grace and the memorable moments in the international star's life. From taking her daughter to her first day of school, to the inauguration of a medical unit,...
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Precious four acres in Fontvieille have been transformed into a public park with a lake, monumental sculptures, and the Princess Grace Rose Garden, boasting 8,000 bushes of 300 different varieties of rose, including the Grimaldi Royal Family’s...
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62 Boulevard du Jardin Exotique, 98000 Monaco
Designed in 1933, the Exotic Garden on Monaco paints a rich palette of succulents and cacti from across the globe, with a variety of flowering seasons to ensure bursting blossoms throughout the year. There are panoramic views that give unique...
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It is so easy to stroll into France, many visitor cross the border without ever realizing they’ve been abroad. Instead of a coastal hike, the French Riviera offers a paved path that takes travelers from the Principality to Mala Beach on the Cap d’...
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1, Restaurant, +, 93505130, Quai Louis II, 98000, Monaco
The Club Bouliste Monégasque hides in plain sight. Occupying a quiet corner on the “Rocher”, near the Oceanographic museum, locals flock to this private bocci ball club for a quiet lunch away from the swarms of tourists. While technically for...
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98015 Monaco-Ville, Monaco
At five minutes before noon every day, the uniformed Carabiniers du Prince perform a ceremonial changing of the guard in front of Monaco's palace. Though the royal family still lives in the palace, much of the year there...
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Avenue Saint-Martin, 98000 Monaco
With Monaco facing the Mediterranean, it is no wonder Prince Albert I was passionate about marine biology and conservation. Looking to promote marine sciences and educate others, the prince opened the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco in 1910. There...