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  • Princess Grace Irish Library welcomes Irish pianist Una Hunt

    Princess Grace Irish Library welcomes Irish pianist Dr Una Hunt The Princess Grace Irish Library will welcome one of Ireland’s leading pianists Dr Una Hunt for a lecture on ‘Thomas Moore: Drawing Room Entertainer or Rebel Songster?’ on Friday 5th May. 

  • Riviera Insider is relocating!

    Riviera Insider and our sister publications RivieraZeit (German-language) and Palaces (bi-lingual French and English) are moving to Sophia Antipolis after two years in our offices in Villeneuve-Loubet.

  • Velella jellyfish in Monaco

    In the last few days, large quantities of the Velella jellyfish (a free-floating hydrozoan) have been spotted in the port and surrounding waters of Monaco.

  • Princess Charlene: a journey through South Africa

    Princess Charlene of Monaco has recently spent five days travelling through her home country of South Africa in the name of her foundation and as a supporter of the African nation’s Red Cross branch.

  • France's worst train service

    The south of France holds the record for having the most train delays in the entire country. More than 15% of TER trains arrived in the station at least five minutes later than announced late between April 2016 and March 2017.

  • 47th ExpoRose: a paradise of roses in Grasse

    The largest rose festival in Europe is celebrated annually in Grasse. This year, the 47th edition of the ExpoRose takes place from 12th to 14th May and offers a relaxing weekend inspired by the queen of flowers.

  • Saint Tropez's Ladies Regatta

    The 7th edition of the annual St. Tropez Ladies Regatta will take place from 5th to 7th May. To accommodate the huge demand for the race, the committee has had to increase the number of competing sailboats from eighteen to twenty four!

  • Monaco’s international circus festival returns in 2018

    Princess Stéphanie of Monaco has revealed the new look for the 42nd Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival, which will take place from 18th to 28th January 2018, yet it has certainly been inspired by a bygone era. The poster unveiling marks the start of the event’s ticket sales and the countdown for one of Monaco’s most historic shows.