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Monaco Green Days are about to kick off again, with the aim of promoting responsible tourism in Monaco. The awareness-raising campaign has been organised by the Tourism and Congress Department every summer since 2016.
The aim of ‘Monaco Green Days’ is to show visitors to the Principality that sustainable tourism is not only possible in Monaco, it is encouraged through initiatives such eco-responsible walking and bicycle tours.
Children are also encouraged to take part in the bio-diversity tours as well as a workshop to discover the local environment.
On the program:
Saturday 3rd August at 9.30am
Gather at the “meeting point” inside the Monaco Train Station (next to the Visit Monaco reception desk).
Open to anyone over 13 years old and over 146 cm tall.
Minimum 13 years of age and 146cm tall. People must have a level of confidence in cycling on the road.
Registration mandatory: firstname.lastname@example.org or +377 92 16 60 84
Saturday 3rd August at 4pm.
Meet at the entrance of Jardin St Martin (Oceanographic Museum side)
Registration required: email@example.com or +377 92 16 60 84 mentioning the number of people and a phone number.
Sunday 4th August at 9.30am
Meet in front of the Tourist Office located at 2a, Boulevard des Moulins
Registration required: firstname.lastname@example.org or +377 92 16 60 84
Sunday 4th August at 2.30pm – at Jardin St Martin (all details will be given at registration)
Registration required: email@example.com or 06 22 800 166
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