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Last weekend to enjoy Christmas Village

Last weekend to enjoy Christmas Village

By Stephanie Horsman - January 2, 2020

Extend the holiday spirit and visit the final days of Monaco’s White Christmas-themed Christmas Village. 

After this Sunday, the igloos and chalets will all disappear from Port Hercule, as will the delicious snacks and festive drinks, but there is still time to enjoy Monaco’s Christmas Village.  

This weekend will feature jugglers and dancers, as well as special workshops for the kids including face-painting and drawing, not to mention the games and rides, featuring the huge Ferris wheel that has come to be emblematic of the event.

The ice skating rink remains open until March, giving visitors more time to show off their skills and spend some good quality time with family and friends in the open air setting.

Once the village is gone, there is still fun to be had. Selected Sundays from 8am-12pm starting from the 12th January, the ice rink is transformed into a racing circuit for remote-controlled cars.

 

 

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