May 21-24, 2020
Every May, the Principality of Monaco lives at the same pace as Monaco’s Formula 1 Grand Prix. Want to hear the roar of the engines and the squealing of the tyres? Here’s what you need to know before heading to the Grand Prix!
WATCH THE MONACO GRAND PRIX FROM THE STANDS!
Which stand should you choose? We’ll tell you what you need to know!
It is useful to know that the most popular seats – because they are the most spectacular – are in stands “K” and “T”. If you favour the widest possible view of the circuit, choose the top of stand “K”, which is the largest. You can see the bends around the swimming pool, the chicane and the big screen. Stand “T” allows you to see the bends around the swimming pool up to the Rascasse bend. Tickets from €75 on Thursday and up to €1540 for some 3-day packs.
WATCH THE MONACO GRAND PRIX FROM A VIP TERRACE…
And why not follow the races from a private apartment with a terrace!
It’s the special feature of the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix and the only place during the season where you can experience it! With buffet, open bar all day. A convivial atmosphere that will remain etched in your memory. It is the “must” for watching the races because you’ll have the most beautiful view (over 60% of the circuit) high quality food and a friendly welcome. Prices are higher. Allow €250 on Thursday and up to €1090 per person on Sunday.
THE HISTORIC GRAND PRIX, A BIENNIAL COMPETITION
Everyone knows about the Grand Prix, but do you know about the Monaco Historic Grand Prix?
Created in 1996, the Monaco Historic Grand Prix has become a must-attend event for sentimental Formula 1 fans. It takes place every two years before the F1 Monaco Grand Prix and is run on the same circuit with in addition the charm of vintage cars providing a splendid retrospective of car racing. This event invites over 200 vintage cars, divided into 7 series, to compete.
During the 4 days of the Formula 1 Grand Prix, Monaco is bubbling.
More than 100,000 spectators from all over the world meet there – thrill-seekers, Formula 1 enthusiasts and international personalities. The biggest parties are prepared and the top DJs electrify the dance floors! From private parties organized on yachts to the bars along Quai Albert 1er such as La Rascasse, there’s something for everyone.