1) A well-being break to chill out

What could be better than being pampered in a spa by a team of experts? The Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo, the Cinq Mondes spa at the Monte-Carlo Bay Hôtel & Resort and the spa at the Monte-Carlo Beach (in summer) will help you unwind after a day of discussions and presentations. Take your pick from our wide range of treatments, from cryotherapy to massages, steam rooms, saunas and more. Treat yourself.

2) A breath of fresh air to revitalize yourself

Do you need a breather? No doubt a walk will do you the world of good! Sporty types can put on their sneakers for a run beside the sea along the coastal path (otherwise known as the Promenade Le Corbusier), while others might like to take a walk through the Larvotto ward and explore a few of Monaco’s iconic attractions including the Grimaldi Forum, the Japanese Garden and the Nouveau Musée National de Monaco (New National Art Museum of Monaco).

3) A cocktail at the Bar Américain to relax

If you love cozy atmospheres and Jazz, then the Bar Américain at the Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is for you. There, you can enjoy a delightful signature cocktail with your colleagues at the end of the day. You’re bound to enjoy yourself thanks to the specialized live music program, excellent menu and delicious snacks. Within its legendary walls, you can debrief about your day… or just enjoy the moment!

4) A shopping escape to take your mind off things

The Monte-Carlo Shopping Promenade brings together some forty boutiques a mere stone’s throw away from the Place du Casino. It has everything you need to treat yourself or spoil your loved ones. Begin your trip by wandering through One Monte-Carlo, continue past Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo, then down Avenue de Monte-Carlo and Allée François Blanc. There, you’ll find the biggest fashion and luxury brands waiting for you in the sunshine – it’s just the ticket to help you relax.

5) A cultural break to get away

Monaco is also a wonderful cultural destination that brings together a rich and captivating heritage. After a long day’s work, why not nip to visit the Prince’s Palace or the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco? Do you love racing cars? The H.S.H. Prince of Monaco’s car collection is open to the public.