Upcoming Cultural Exhibitions in Monaco in 2016

Art exhibitions in monaco

Monaco will this year boast a cultural calendar befitting one of the great cultural capitals of the world. Exhibitions in Monaco this year range from Inuit art to one of the most anticipated art fairs in the world. Already home to a number of highly reputable art galleries the sovereign state is attracting an increasing number of international art events to satiate the discerning cultural tastes of its residents and visitors. Here’s an insight into what the month of January has in store, with a look ahead to the central attractions of the cultural year: Continue reading

The 2015 Monaco Christmas Village

With the first week of December, the magic truly arrived in the Principality with the opening of the annual Monaco Christmas Village at the Quai Albert 1er. Those residents of the port-side luxury properties were treated on 4th December, as thousands of glittering fairy lights illuminated the festive hangout, which offers revellers an array of festal treats.

Christmas market in Monaco

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The Monaco Fashion Week 2015

shoe-447866_1280Monaco was recently the focus of the fashion industry: from the 6th to the 8th of July 2015, the Monaco Fashion Show took place in the Principality of Monaco and transformed the Principality into an international fashion temple for three days. The show, staged in the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, previewed next year’s Spring-Summer collections. Monaco real estate company, La Costa Properties Monaco reports on the event. Continue reading

Halloween in Monaco – Pumpkin Fest at the Buddha Bar

HalloweenThe Buddha Bar is known as one of Monaco’s chicest and most famous bars. Designed with Asian and oriental influences in mind, the bar was formerly an early 20th century concert hall. Having been recently refurbished and decorated with ancient and traditional Asian artefacts, it is the perfect location to spend the famous Hallow’s Eve. Continue reading

The Magic of Monaco During F1 Week

F1 Grand Prix La CostaMany people say it’s an annual miracle. The transformation of Monaco from ultra-chic Principality to F1 racetrack is a logistical exercise of epic proportions. There’s probably not much more we can say about it that hasn’t already been said. At least the local residents have had a few years to get used to it, seeing that the race was first held in 1929….The track and stand construction takes around 6 weeks and with just a couple of days to go, the buzz in Monaco is reaching frenzy pitch. Continue reading