The Rainier III Nautical Stadium will reopen on Monday 2nd May with a new ticketing system, pricing policy and access. Here is everything you need to know.
Following the closure of the winter ice-skating rink, the public will, from the start of May, once again be able to enjoy the swimming pool at the Stade Nautique Rainier III as well as all the activities and lessons offered by the aquatic complex: swimming, aquagym and aquabike.
However, the Mairie has introduced some new features this season.
The site will become non-smoking, with the exception of a landscaped area.
There is also a new ticketing system with access control and a new pricing policy. Visitors must have a ticket or a name card in order to unlock the access turnstiles to the swimming pool, and with this new access control, any exit will be final.
Meanwhile, the ticketing system will be in line with that of the Saint-Charles swimming pool, meaning entry and reservations will be centralised on the same card and can be used within the two swimming pools.
The card will give each user the opportunity to make purchases, recharge their balance, and book aquatic lessons. Customers with old cards or tickets can use them up completely before switching to the new card.
In addition to buying a single ticket or a card of 10 daily entries, customers will also have the option of choosing an hourly pass, available in 10 or 30 hours.
All 2022 prices and timetables are available on the Maire de Monaco website: https://www.mairie.mc/poles/sports-et-loisirs/loisirs/stade-nautique-rainier-iii-tarifs -2022.
Photo by Cassandra Tanti, Monaco Life