Monaco Telecom announced on July 9, 2019 a full 5G coverage of the Principality. In collaboration with the Chinese communication giant, Huawei, Monaco became the first country in the world to offer full 5G coverage on 10 July.
The Cannes Festival d’Art Pyrotechnique will take place in the Bay of Cannes between July 14 and August 24. This International Fireworks Festival gathers various countries around Europe but also overseas - all entering the competition to win for the best show.
US women soccer team dominated Women’s World Cup in France since their first game against Thaïland on June 11. This week-end they beat their final opponent, the Netherlands, to win the trophy and make history by claiming their fourth consecutive Women’s World Cup title.
Numerous legendary artists are due to perform during this year’s 45th Monte Carlo Sporting Summer Festival. Over the next few weeks artists from all over the world will perform in different venues across the Principality.
Chef Mauro Colagreco is having just about the best year a chef could ever hope for. After attaining his third Michelin star this year, The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list named Mirazur number one.
It’s no exaggeration to say that extending land territory in Monaco has always been an uphill battle. The Principality has historically faced the unenviable task of adapting its planning around the narrowness of its 2 km2 territory sandwiched between the Alpes-Maritimes and the Mediterranean. Now they are building a massive land extension into the sea and it takes highly skilled divers to make it happen.
The famous Blue Chairs of Nice will be installed very soon in Antibes. Jean Leonetti, the mayor of Antibes, announced the news in a meeting on July 1st at the city’s Maison des Associations.
On Tuesday 2nd of July, the famous Cannes night market reopens and expands to boulevard Jean-Hibert. In addition to the market, the shops along the pedestrian street will also stay open to welcome visitors at night.