Each year since 2016, automakers and niche brands of customised cars and motorbikes have been gathering at the Car Deck of the Monaco Yacht Show.
Monaco Green Days are about to kick off again, with the aim of promoting responsible tourism in Monaco. The awareness-raising campaign has been organised by the Tourism and Congress Department every summer since 2016.
It is officially auction season in the Principality and there are some incredible pieces going under the hammer over the next week, including rare Burmese jewels, collectable Hérmes travel bags and Salvador Dali sculptures.
This summer, the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo is being filled with the fragrances of the Middle East with the arrival of Maison Noura.
The highly anticipated Monaco Fireworks festival kicks off next week, evoking colours that will set the Monegasque sky on fire.
The Taming of the Shrew, an epic ballet created by Jean-Christophe Maillot in 2013 for the Bolshoi dancers, will be on show at the Salle des Princes this July.
On the back of winning the title of best meeting in the 2018 Diamond League, the 33rd edition of Herculis Monaco promises to be another high level event.
The Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra returns for a series of summer concerts in the Cour d’Honneur at the Prince’s Palace.
Some of the world’s most exceptional tiaras, adorned by queens, princesses and empresses over the past 240 years, will be on show at the Grimaldi Forum.
Monaco’s innovative new autonomous electric shuttle bus is now in service throughout the Rock for residents and tourists.
Espinasse31, a Milanese contemporary gallery and artist’s residency, is presenting a solo exhibition of the Polish artist Tomasz Kucharski.
A unique exhibition is being held in the Exotic Garden in Monaco this summer, showacasing the intricacies of enlarged seeds by artist Séverine Cadier.
This week, the Grimaldi Forum Monaco will swing open the doors to its highly anticipated summer exhibition, showcasing the works and artistic processes of prominent Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí.
It’s summer time at the port of Monaco and once again residents and visitors will be able to enjoy a host of seasonal installations.
A fleet of electric taxis are now available throughout the Principality, providing a much needed boost to services in the busy summer months.
The next Business Time event, organised by the Junior Chamber of Economy of Monaco (JCEM), will be held this Thursday 4th July on the theme: ‘Fashion in Monaco, a symbol of prestige and elegance’.
A long-disputed work attributed to Michelangelo, entitled Crucifix of the Holy Spirit, is about to take up residence this summer at the Cathedral of Monaco.
The 2019-2020 season of the Princess Grace Theatre has been announced and with 29 scheduled dates, theatre goers have plenty of chances to enjoy a show.
Temperatures are set to rise again next week as another heatwave is set to spread throughout most of France and Monaco.
With the 2019 ‘Culture Pass'Sport’, holders will have access to an incredible range of activities including theatre, jet skiing, guitar lessons and gliding.
More than 1,000 young people of the Principality came together at the Salle des Etoile for the first ever MC Summer Concert, a music event chosen by students, for students.