Sponsored Video: Principality of Monaco, playing a special role in the world

by Kate on October 10, 2014

in Advice From Partners

When Monaco is mentioned, the first thoughts that spring to mind include fast cars and luxury yachts. And yes, while those things are found in abundance, there is much more to this sunny destination that might meet the eye at first glance.

Monaco’s well-known reputation as a playground for the rich and famous has gradually become eclipsed by the rapid growth of business and commerce, emerging technologies and a thriving tourist industry. Together with a flourishing arts and culture scene, Monaco has become a must-visit destination for neighbouring Europeans and beyond.

Situated on the French Riviera, the tiny sovereign state is home to a community of 120 nationalities and boasts more jobs per square kilometre than any other place in Europe. With it’s attractive climate and breathtaking scenery, it’s a place like no other that extends a warm welcome to visitors from all over the globe.

The Principality plays host to world-renowned events, from live concerts performed by the world’s biggest artists at the Salle des Etoiles, to the legendary Festival Printemps des Arts de Monte-Carlo, a gala of classical and contemporary music, art, dance, and theatre.
Monaco’s remarkable setting easily lends itself to the splendour and glamour of the world famous Monaco Grand Prix, not forgetting the international sailing event of the year, the Monaco Yacht Show.

In addition to being an inspiring tourist destination, Monaco has fast established itself as a platform for growth of industry and wealth. With booming banking and maritime industries offering tailor-made services to clients, its central locality in the heart of European makes it easy for businesses to scout talents from all over the world.

This vibrant and cosmopolitan atmosphere is what makes Monaco a unique and extraordinary place, with much to offer Europe and the world over. Find out more here.

Post sponsored by the Principauté de Monaco

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