Circuit de Monaco (Monaco)

The Monaco Grand Prix has been held on the streets of the principality since 1929, with the Circuit de Monaco being the most prestigious on the Formula One calendar.

Featuring tight turns, a tunnel, a number of elevation changes and narrow roads the circuit is considered one of the most difficult for drivers in motorsport. As well as annually hosting the Grand Prix, since 2015 the circuit has also been hosting the Formula E Monaco ePrix on odd years.


Location & Travel

With Monaco being the second smallest country in the world, it will be difficult to avoid the Grand Prix on race weekend as its happening right across the state.

Air: Nice Côte d’Azur Airport is the closest airport to Monaco, being approximately 30km west of the principality. The airport is the third busiest in France, offering flights to a number of different destinations.

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Bus: Bus number 100 travels from the port in Nice and bus station in Menton every 15 minutes, or bus number 110 runs every 30 minutes from Nice Airport.

Car: The following car parks offer ‘special tennis prices’: La Colle, Grimaldi Forum, Louis II, St-Laurent, Moulins, Casino, Costa, Quai Antoine 1er, Digue, Square Gastaud, Gare, Roqueville, Jardin exotique and Saint Charles. From the car parks you can utilise the free public transport on offer to ticket holders to arrive at the tournament.

Train: Monaco train station has regular services from Nice, Menton and Italy.


Tickets

Ticket prices vary considerably depending on which day you attend and which kind of ticket you want – varying from VIP to Grandstand to General Admission.

For further information and to purchase tickets, visit the official website here.


Where to Stay in Monaco

Use TripAdvisor to find some great places to stay in Monaco by clicking here.


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