Brought to you by: Monaco Life
Free guided tours of Monaco’s Japanese Garden are being offered until May 1 as part of the inaugural Côte d’Azur Garden “OFF” Festival.
The garden, a favourite with visitors, has the various symbolic, immutable elements of a Japanese garden, including a pond, islands, a waterfall, a tea-house and its own garden, lanterns and bridges.
Located next to the Mediterranean, the Garden was for the most part designed in 1994 by Japanese landscape architect Yasuo Beppu, in line with age-old traditions, at the request of Prince Rainier III, and named after the late Princess Grace.
Visits for the free guided tour are by appointment (Mr. Restellini:+377 98 98 83 36), with registration required.
Traffic has begun traversing across Genoa’s new highway bridge, just two years after the terrifying collapse of the original Morandi bridge which killed 43 people.
New figures have revealed that while the Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur region has seen a rise in coronavirus cases, the number of hospitalisations and deaths remain low.
Both Prince Albert II and Minister of State Serge Telle have offered heartfelt condolences to the President of Lebanon after massive explosions rocked the country’s capital.
The Emerald Isle has dropped five countries off of its “Green List” for travel following a rise in Covid-19 cases over the past week, Monaco amongst them.