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The millennial generation and culturally rich experiences go hand-in-hand. With this in mind, the Monaco Government Tourist Office, in collaboration with Atout France, sponsored...
The Principality of Monaco has become the first country in Europe to roll out full 5G coverage.
There's more to Monaco than its Mediterranean climate, flair for design-driven sustainability and prime location in the heart of Europe.
A dedicated Green Team awaits planners in need of tailor-made solutions that limit the environmental footprint of events.
Monaco’s Marché de la Condamine, an indoor/outdoor farmer’s market, can be privatized for special events, with food stations featuring local seafood, organic products and French and Italian desserts.
Spring doesn’t really get more fragrant than in Monaco, where an abundance of gardens create opportunity for elaborate, color-swept events.
Value takes shape in many ways in Monaco—from dining in a 19th century opera house to donating sustainable essentials made out of spare parts.
At the Michelin-starred Blue Bay, Chef Marcel Ravin can be found out on the floor chatting it up with diners.
"A team made up of people of different ages can have combined benefits. For example, the younger generation may have a better command of new technologies and the older generation could have a better understanding of a well-anchored corporate culture.”
Monaco is at the forefront of ecotourism, with cycling, electric shuttle boats and low-emission transportation options complementing a culturally diverse and highly walkable city.
From Christmas sweets that look more like works of art than edible treats to sparkling cocktails, hotels showcase their finest holiday F&B.
Originally opened in 1984, the rose garden now covers 54,000 sf and has grown from 4,000 to 8,000 rose bushes in 300 varieties. The twist: it’s also tech-driven.
"This fundamental philosophy [of innovatioon] continues today with the introduction of modern developments and trends—particularly in the area of sustainability and protecting our natural resources."
Cindy Hoddeson, director of meeting and incentive sales for the Monaco Government Tourist Office, shares ideas about tasting local culture .