Parking off limits in Port Hercule as Monaco nears peak rally season

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Pedestrian access and car parking in and around Port Hercule will be limited over the next few weeks as the Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo and then the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique come to town. 

With two big motorsport events on the horizon, firstly the 92nd Rallye Automobile Monte-Carlo from 22nd to 28th January and then the Rallye Monte-Carlo Historique from 31st January to 7th February, the Monaco Government has released a list of incoming disruptions to car parking and pedestrian access in the Port Hercule area that both residents and visitors should be aware of. 

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From 6am on 22nd January until 10am on 8th February, vehicles will be prohibited from accessing and parking on the Quai Albert I er. The quay will also be closed to pedestrians for the same time period.  

Parking will be off limits too between No. 19 and No. 27 of the Boulevard Albert Ier from 6am on 22nd January until midnight on 9th February.  

Down on the Darse Sud, parking will not be possible between 6am on 25th January and 10am on 8th February, while parking on the Esplanade des Pêcheurs will be temporarily affected from 6am on 27th January until midnight on 28th January.  


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