The La Scala Post Office has received a revamp and has reopened to the public with some new features.
Rémy Rolland, Director General of the Department of Finance and the Economy, visited the renovated site located at the Palazzo de la Scala on Thursday 28th September.
The main aim of the renovation works was to improve the layout, the light, the acoustics and optimise the counter area.
“Today, the La Scala Post Office has a completely revised reception desk, including a counter for people with reduced mobility,” said the government in a statement. “The establishment is now equipped with automatic doors making it easier for everyone to access.”
As the main post office in Monte-Carlo, the Palais de la Scala welcomes around 250 customers per day.
Meanwhile, the Monaco Post Office receives an average of 25,000 letters and 2,500 parcels per day to be distributed in the Principality.
Photo: Rémy Rolland, Director General of the Department of Finance and the Economy, wwith Lara Terlizzi-Enza, Director of the Office of Postage Stamp Issues, Anthony de Sevelinges, Head of the Public Buildings Maintenance Service, and Frank Feurra, Director of the Monaco Post Office and Monegasque personalities. Credit: Manuel Vitali, Government Communication Department