Christmas in Monaco


Everybody is a mini-Biblical-Mag to their loved ones this holiday season. There are now official national holidays for celebrating this occasion with loved ones. There is a unique entertainment schedule in Monaco during the holidays, which draws thousands of visitors.

The editors at luxury magazine Monaco recommend beginning your exploration of all things Christmas in Place de Casino, where a gorgeous Christmas tree will shine with a thousand lights from December 3 to January 10.

You may see a spectacular music and light show in front of the Monte Carlo Casino from December 28th through December 31st. The most beautiful view of the New Year’s Eve fireworks may be seen from the Place de Casino plaza, but more on that later.

From the start of December to the beginning of January, Port Hercule will host a typical Christmas market. So, what makes a good miracle? Check out the local Christmas market to find chocolate and jewelry sets, one-of-a-kind artwork, and warm mulled wine. Take a stroll around the fair with your pals, and then settle in for a meal at one of the establishments where famous chefs have prepared a special holiday menu.

You will be welcomed into the kitchens of the world’s most acclaimed Michelin-starred restaurants. Reserve your seats for the upcoming event right now. Dinner on the 24th and lunch on the 25th of December at Restaurant Le Grill, hosted by Chef Dominic Laurie, will include traditional Christmas fare.

On the evening of December 24th, visitors may find the royal family in the Belle Époque ballroom of the Hermitage Monte-Carlo hotel.

Don’t avoid the Café de Paris Monte-Carlo in la Salle Empire. Here, in the heart of the Principality of Monaco, visitors will wait for a unique Christmas meal and musical entertainment. Guests may enjoy a Christmas lunch buffet on the 25th of December for 220 euros (1/2 bottle of champagne is included in this price). You shouldn’t be shocked if Santa makes a surprise visit.

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