The half-term holidays start this Friday! Our editorial team has some recommendations for keeping your children busy and entertained.
1. Explore the seabed
Why not kick off the school holidays at the Oceanographic Museum? There are exhibitions, escape games and other activities in store! 6-12 year olds can even sign up for Club Oceano where they will find out about the ocean and its mysteries over five days through fun, scientific and cultural activities.
2. Attend the launch of Nice’s Carnival
The festivities start in Nice on Friday, February 11! Come and see the ceremony for free on Place Masséna, at 6:30 p.m.! There will be a one-hour sound and light show, with the return of the Carnival King and Queen, the floral floats, musical troupes and dancers. This year’s theme is “The King of the Animals”. Don’t forget your costume and by all means follow us on our social networks to try to win your tickets very soon for the event’s other highlights, as well as for the Menton Lemon Festival!
3. Visit an exclusive photo exhibition about the Princely Family
Until March 31, the Bibliothèque Irlandaise Princess Grace (Princess Grace Irish Library) is hosting a photo exhibition dedicated to the official visit to Ireland that Prince Albert II, Hereditary Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella made in September 2021. It’s a chance to (re)discover the ties between the Principality and Ireland, since Princess Grace was from an Irish family on her father’s side.
4. Listen to Mozart’s works
On Sunday, February 6, the great Italian mezzo-soprano Cecilia Bartoli and pianist David Fray, under the baton of Kazuki Yamada, will perform works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at 6 p.m., at the Rainier III Auditorium. There are still a few seats available for this musical moment, but you’ll need to book quickly!
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5. Cooking as a family
If you’d rather stay warm, why not take the opportunity to organise a home cooking workshop? Check out the best bitter orange recipes sent to us by our readers. Whether it’s jam, cake or liqueur, you’re in for a treat!