your day by discovering the different periods in the region’s Prehistory and
Protohistory at the Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology. Then stop for a break
in Princesse Antoinette Park, with its hundred-year old olive trees. Finally,
head to Larvotto Beach and its Promenade des Champions to round off your
Museum of Prehistoric Anthropology
of Prehistoric Anthropology was founded by Prince Albert I in 1902 “to conserve traces of early humankind exhumed in the Principality
and neighbouring regions.”
The numerous collections which have been brought
together in the Museum over more than a century represent the various phases of
regional prehistory and protohistory. The majority of the archaeological and
palaeontological exhibits come from the Principality and neighbouring areas
(France and Italy).
Bus route 2
56 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
Princess Antoinette Park
Antoinette Park is a special place – a hectare which is home to
hundred-year-old olive trees. This “green lung” at the heart of the
Principality is first and foremost a garden for children, offering activities
suitable for all ages.
Bus routes 3, 5
Parc Princesse Antoinette
54 bis, boulevard du Jardin Exotique
A stay in the Principality can recharge your batteries in a fraction of a second. The benefits of the sea are self-evident. Larvotto beach will be closed for renovation.
Promenade des Champions
year since 2003, a footballer is recognised for their athletic achievements and
personality, with an international prize known as the Golden Foot. The winner
is presented with a gold trophy, and invited to leave their footprint on the
seaside Promenade des Champions, in the Principality of Monaco.
12 Avenue Princesse Grâce