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Popular Cricketer Rohit Sharma Enjoys his ‘Later-Moon’ in Monaco

India’s top batsman Rohit Sharma, on a late honeymoon with his wife, Ritika Sajdeh, is living it up in Monaco, exploring heritage spots, partying at the Principality’s luxury nightspots and enjoying sumptuous delicacies, for instance the couple stopped by at the Maya Bay, a popular Oriental restaurant in Monte Carlo, for lunch.

During their visit they enjoyed arriving into Monaco by helicopter. The couple had a wonderful stay at The Fairmont Hotel, which lies in the heart of the golden square and the famous hairpin bend of Monaco F1 circuit. The couple had an opportunity to dine at the famous Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse at the Hôtel de Paris, which was the highlight of their visit. They also loved the spa pampering at Odeon Sisley Spa. “If you want to experience the high life, Monaco is a must-visit luxury retreat for you. We enjoyed the warm welcome and gracious hospitality, and we hope to be back soon,” said Rohit Sharma on his Monaco visit.

Couple Posing At Casino Square, Monte Carlo

Some of the other places the in-love couple visited are the Prince’s Palace, Monte Carlo Casino, designed by Charles Garnier and the Old Town in the more traditional part of Monte Carlo that features numerous classy bars and restaurants. The cricketer and his wife even visited the Larvotto Beach, Monaco’s most popular—and only—beach, popular with beachcombers for its pebbly sandy along the Mediterranean Sea. Another highlight for the lovely couple was a visit to the Champions Promenade, on the seafront of the Principality, which is dedicated to the greatest players in the history of football and to their footprints. The cricketer also posted picture of the footprint of his favourite football player, Zinedine Zidane on Facebook.

The celebrity couple felt that Monaco is truly romantic with the sights of mountains and Mediterranean Sea, which made it a perfect choice for their honeymoon, and hope to visit again soon.

Rohit Sharma And His Wife, Ritika Sajdeh Posing For A Selfie At Larvotto Beach (1)

About Monaco:

Monaco lies on France’s Mediterranean coastline and is home to glitzy casinos, yacht-lined harbour and the prestigious Grand Prix race, which runs through Monaco’s streets once a year. Monte Carlo, its major district, has an elegant belle époque casino complex, ornate opera house and luxe hotels, boutiques, nightclubs and French and Italian restaurants.  It is one of the world’s most desirable seaside destinations, popular with the world’s elite and famous for having 300 days of sunshine a year and mild temperatures. The mix of luxurious accommodation and family restaurants make Monte Carlo a popular destination.