Monaco’s Urban Planning Department is undertaking the complete renovation of the children’s play area at Place des Moulins, in the Trocadero gardens. The redevelopment will replace the existing area with two modern structures and individual installations on the theme of mills, suitable for all age groups. It will also include the installation of new fences and gates, the replacement of the shock-absorbing floor and the renovation of green spaces near the playground. Work will begin on Monday, January 15, and end mid-March. The playground will be closed during this period with the closest play area being at Pont La Rousse
Racing car enthusiasts have until the end of January to view the exceptional Bugatti Chiron, being displayed at the Prince’s car museum. The car is named after Monaco racing driver Louis Chiron, who won the 1931 Monaco Grand Prix in a Type 51 Bugatti. The latest model is 1,500 horsepower and claims to be the most powerful and fastest production car in the world. The Bugatti goes from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds, with a top speed of 460 km/h, and a price tag of €2.4 million. The three-month Bugatti car show will end on March 10 at the Prince of Monaco Car Collection.