Monaco’s National Day is a chance for people from all walks to life to come together and celebrate the history and heritage of the Principality, but if you can’t be there in person to join in, the Palais Princier has announced that the 2023 proceedings will be live streamed across a number of online platforms.
19th November is an important day in the calendar for Monegasques. Every year, the families of this Mediterranean enclave, including the Princely family and the extended Grimaldi line, reflect on the traditions of their small but important nation with a series of parades and events that have also become very popular with the public-at-large.
Thousands turn out to watch Prince Albert II of Monaco, Princess Charlene and their eight-year-old twins, Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella, wave from the balconies of the Palais Princier on the Rock, and the streets of Monaco are always packed with spectators desperate to get a glimpse into the lives of one of Europe’s longest standing dynasties.
Some events retain an air of mystery and are conducted behind closed doors, but many take place in full view of the public as well as online.
The 2023 Fête Nationale de Monaco is set to be live streamed entirely for free on the Monaco Info Facebook and YouTube pages from 9.30am GMT+1 as well as on the website. Find the links you need to tune in below.
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