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Free heritage tour until May 1

Free heritage tour until May 1

By Staff Writer - April 17, 2017

Photo: visitmonaco
Photo: visitmonaco

As part of the Côte d’Azur Gardens Festival OFF program, Monaco’s Department of Urban Amenities is offering free guided tours of Monaco’s Heritage Trees Trail until May 1.

Created as part of the “Monaco makes a commitment against deforestation” initiative, the Heritage Trees Trail is an illustration, above and beyond the aesthetic aspect, of the concerted action by all those in Monaco who are working to combat deforestation.

These tours are an opportunity to find out more about the majestic trees that surround us – especially the trees in the Boulingrins gardens.

The Japanese Gardens are also included in the Côte d’Azur Gardens Festival Festival OFF.

Booking information through Mr Restellini: grestellini@gouv.mc or +377 98 98 83 36.

 

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