I was told to go to this beautiful garden when in Monaco, but sadly it was closed for renovation's when we were there in August. Sorry I missed it.
Princess Grace Rose Garden was one of the main places I was looking forward to visiting while spending a day in Monaco. What a dissapointment! Only until i got there, I saw a big notice at the gates stating that it will be closed until June 2014. There was no word about it when talking to a staff member at... More
Princess Grace liked roses & flowers in general & the thought of a memorial garden is a nice idea. But the size & scope of the idea could be improved. All Monaco features suffer from over kill & tourism. The statue is worthy of discussions
What a lovely place to sit, relax and take some beautiful photos, well worth a visit. Very well maintained gardens. We have been there on two separate occaiosons.
This garden was created by Prince Rainier as a homage to Princess Grace after her death. The huge variety of roses is stunning and the best time to visit is May or June, depending on how early summer arrives. There are also sculptures. The gardens are kept immaculate and it's a lovely place to rest for a while.
This garden has a few roses and is a very quiet place. As others have said, it won't take you long to visit it, but if you follow the sign posts and walk there from Monte-Carlo, you will see many beautiful sculptures along the way, which were one of the highlights of our trip.
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