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This Thursday 13th August sees the popular Les Jeudis du Rocher in Monaco-Ville, with a host of fun incentives on offer.
The traders of Monaco are once again sending out an invitation for the open event which takes place from 6pm to 8pm, with shops open until 9pm and happy hour on offer in restaurants.
As every Thursday, musical entertainment will be courtesy of a trio of musicians from the Prince’s Palace Band, including jazz, bossa nova and samba. Just remember to book your table for dinner!
The idea is to attract as many people as possible to the old town, which is suffering through a significant drop in tourism numbers.
So, people are invited to stroll through the streets of the old city and take in the entertainment, events and activities organised by the traders of Monaco Ville for this special summer event.
To protect your own health and that of others, masks must be worn during the event.
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