Monaco is a complex country, just like its hectic relief. Tunnels, public elevators, alleyways and suspended roads also allow strollers to stray and see the city differently.
Guide and resident chef in Principality, I will show you an endearing Monaco and more everyday that, behind the appearances hides a truculence and a life-style of his own. We will start at
Monaco market, on the edge of Beausoleil. After a coffee in the middle of a very friendly neighborhood atmosphere, we will go to the Casino, and visit the gardens of the Opera, a balcony overlooking the Mediterranean sea. By small houses through unspoilt villas, we will reach the church Sainte Devote and the district of Condamine. From here, we will wake up old olive trees, discover a wild cove. We will also visit a craft orange liqueur factory, an exceptional oyster breeding site in the very Principality, taste the best culinary specialties around the "Rock", in lively and colorful places, which prove that Monaco lives beyond the cards post.
until 6 years old: free
from 6 to 12: 20€
!! Included !!
Local orange liqueur & oysters
Coffee & Ice Cream
Bottle of Water
Possibly a swimsuit and a towel!
Hi there! My name is Paul, I am a former journalist and French professor at the University of Baikal (Irkutsk, Russia). I decided in 2013 to trade my piece of chalk for a knife. I had the opportunity of furthering my training at the Astrance (*** Michelin) in Paris, where cuisine and products are at the heart of every consideration. Marked by this experience, I went off to discover techniques and histories, in France, Italy, Russia and Japan. In the kitchens of the Hyo Tei (***, Kaiseki cuisine in Kyoto) and of the Elsa (*, Italian cuisine with French touches in Monaco). In markets, on the side of roads In Eastern Siberia, Armenia, Adjara (Georgia), Xinjiang (Western China), Hong Kong... My aim is to share a moment of pleasure. To discover products, craftsmen, suppliers - and not only! Because “eating” is a way of discovering and understanding the world and its inhabitants. Because “eating” is a gift of the World!