On the morning of Monday 4th September, Monaco’s newest childcare facility, the Honoria Crèche, opened its doors to children aged up to three years.
Located on the ground floor of the Palais Honoria residence building, the new crèche replaces the Escorial structure and has 30 places available, primarily for Monegasque children and residents of the Moneghetti and Jardin Exotique districts.
The Honoria Crèche is part of a commitment made by the Municipal Council to offer more creche places to families in their geographical area.
Building family services
The Mairie de Monaco now manages a total of eight collective crèches, one family crèche, three micro-crèches and an activity garden as well as a Mini-Club open during the summer period.
It has a capacity of nearly 450 places in early childhood structures and 50 places at the Mini-Club.
Reception within municipal structures is reserved, as a priority, for children of Monegasque nationality and/or residents of the Principality.
Photo source: Mairie de Monaco