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Monaco, the world, is glamour, glitter, sunshine, and palms. Indeed, these things have made it a beacon to the international nomads-be they royalty, nobility, society, or celebrity- since the middle of the 19th century. Charls III, Prince of Monaco, built the casino at Monte Carlo to lure capital to this tiniest of courtiers on the Mediterranean. One hundred and fifty years later, Prince Rainier has taken his ancestor’s enterprising policies right to the doorstep of the 21st century. Today, Monaco is the world’s most thoroughly modern principality. Accessible by car, train, plane, boat (or helicopter), no more than two hours from the capitals of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East, with a brilliant climate of very mild winters and warm, sunny summers, with rain falling less than sixty days a year, with skinning in the Aolps only an hour’s drive away, Monaco is a dream resort. It is also, thanks to the Grimaldis’ seven-century reign, one of the most politically stable governments in the world today. Known for its casinos and grand cultural cornerstones (Nijinsky came to legendary fame dancing for the Ballets Russe de Monte Carlo,) Monaco has been built by Prince Rainier, in the last four decades, into one of the most important banking centers in the world. A tax-free haven for individuals, as everybody knows, with its access to a vast labor pool from neighboring France and Italy, Monaco is developing into one of Europe’s most important hi-tech industrial centers. First time visitors discover that Monaco is a country and a town (for it is only a little more than one square mile in size) that has everything, for everyone – for pleasure, for business, for comfort and for culture.
Welcome to Monaco, welcome to the future...