The Grand Prix Historique de Monaco is the unmissable event of this weekend. However, if you prefer to get away from the hustle and bustle, other activities are possible.
Saturday May 14
The editorial staff can only advise you too much the legendary Monaco Historic Grand Prix. If you even like cars and sports competitions this is the place to be. The event begins on Saturday morning and continues until Sunday.
To accompany the Grand Prix Historique, two exhibitions and auctions of rare cars are planned in Monaco. One at the Grimaldi Forum, the RM Sotheby’s Monaco, and the other at the Fairmont Hotel, entitled ” The Big Brands in Monaco “.
To be more calm after an intense day at the Grand Prix, there is the European Night of Museums with a busy program. It is, for example, possible to attend a theatrical performance at the Museum of Fine Arts in Nice or to stroll through the various museums of the region, in the evening, whether in Nice, Menton or elsewhere on the Côte d’Azur. ‘Azure.
Sunday May 15
A little trip to the green, what do you say? The editorial staff has concocted an idea for a walk between Monaco and Roquebrune-Cap-Martin. Ideal for escaping the excitement of the Grand Prix Historique.
At 3 p.m., another sports competition will be held at the Prince Hereditary Jacques Stadium: the 1/16th Rugby Final between AS Monaco Rugby and XV de la Dombes.
Monday May 16
The 6th edition of the International Rose Competition is taking place right now. It is also the public prize where you can directly choose your favorite flowers on Facebook and the one that will obtain the most “likes” will be designated as the big winner of the public prize. Do not hesitate to admire the beautiful and diverse roses in addition to smelling their delicious fragrances. To guide you in your choice, an article, with photos, is already available on our site.
Tuesday May 17
Until next July 25, a delicately daring exhibition takes place. On the theme of eroticism, La Loggia by Garbarino brings together a panel of artists who have each decorated part of the rooms made available. An inspiring exhibition that may give you decorating ideas for your interior.
Wednesday May 18
In the afternoon, the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology has planned activities dedicated to children. On the program: visit specially designed for the youngest of the new exhibition, manufacture of Egyptian amulets, investigation at the museum and manufacture of a pyramid with, as a bonus, the first names of the children in hieroglyphics on it.
Thursday May 19
Iggy Pop arrives in Monaco and more precisely at the Grimaldi Forum for a unique concert. A few places are still available for purchase, it’s still time to discover the legend.