Although it’s frequent to hear English in Monaco, If you are British or American and feeling homesick, you will find some extra comfort in the below places.
You will find a selection of adult and children English books. Open from 9:00 am to 1pm and from 2pm to 7pm Monday to Fridays and from 10:00 am to 1pm from 3:00pm to 7:00pm on Saturdays. They also do workshops in English for children.
Address: 3, avenue du Port Tel: (+377) 97 77 24 67. Facebook.
The Princess Grace Irish Library is a cultural center funded by Prince Rainier III as his tribute to the attachment Princess Grace felt for her Irish origins. Princess Grace’s personal collection of Irish books form the very heart of the Library’s collections. Each year, some lectures are organized with with prestigious guests. The Young Readers section has a good selection of books and DVDs for age 2 upwards. There is also an activity table with pencils, crayons, images for coloring.
Address: 9 rue Princesse Marie-de-Lorraine. Tel: (+377) 93 50 12 25. www.pgil.mc
The Fnac has also a small selection on English books- A few children books but not a lot.
Le Métropole, 17 Avenue d'Ostende.
Luckily, you’ll find typical English supplies in Carrefour (Fontvieille), Super U (bd Princesse Charlotte) or Casino (bd Albert Ier) in Monaco.
They all have a selection of your typical products such as Mc Vitties and baked beans.
Stars and bars restaurant for American fellows, to eat hamburgers in a Yankee atmosphere…
Cinema des beaux arts
This cinema is showing some movies in original version (with French subtitles)
Address: Théâtre Princesse Grace, 12 avenue d’Ostende. www.cinemas2monaco.com
The Monaco Open Air Cinema
In the summer only, one movie per night at 20h45 original version with French subtitles at the bottom of the rock and overlooking the sea- Great experience. It’s not possible to book, so first come first served. www.cinema2monaco.com
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